PLEASE CLARIFY TED'S HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE FORMULA

Posted by Peter (Chicago, Il) on 11/23/2010

To Bill From Fernando, can you clarify for EC readers on Ted latest High Blood Pressure formula on which Sodium nitrate to use (NaN03 ? or NaN02 ?)
(Ted latest formula is)
6 grams of potassium carbonate. This is a stabilizer
3 grams of sodium nitrite
Add water to 30 cc, and put in a 30 cc dropper bottle. I saw this on google research. Sodium nitrate (NaNO3) and its close relative sodium nitrite (NaNO2) are preservatives that you find in lots of processed meats. Thanks

Replied by William
Morganton, North Carolina
12/14/2010

Ted below is a discription of the two substance in your blood pressure formula. Are these the right kind of potaissum carbonate and the sodium nitrate I need to buy? I read that these two compounds are poisonous, how safe is this formula?

Chemical Grade: Lab
Formula: NaNO3 sodium nitrite

Potassium Carbonate MSDS

Purity: 99% - 100%
State: Salt, fine white granules
Color: White

Replied by William
Morganton, North Carolina
12/21/2010

I have just received my Potassium Carbonate but its soap grade. Will this work with the Food grade Sodium Nitrite? I'm refering to the formula with 6 grams of potassium carbonate and 3 grams of sodium nitrite. Please let me know thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
12/29/2010
384 posts

Dear William: The poison labels are legal protection so the people won't sue the company. I have seen labels of poison on sodium chloride which is salt. There might be food grade but for all practical purposes, it is safe since only drops are taken anyway. There is really no uniform standards for what is poison and what is not anyway. However one figure I used is always the LD50, for various chemicals.

The chemical names shown appears to be correct. But your email referring to sodium nitrate is incorrect, it is sodium nitrite. The preparation for the formula I used is 6 grams of potassium carbonate, plus 3 grams of sodium nitrite. Then I mixed in a 30 cc dropper bottle. The average drops to get a blood pressure from 190/110 for example, for a person who weighs 90 kg for example, would be approximately at least 25 drops in 1/4 glass of water. For most people the blood pressure for a high one is often 170/100 for example, the drops appears to be 20 drops to get to normal blood pressure. It takes about 20 to 25 minutes for the blood pressure to drop down and then we determine whether more should be taken. For some other people whose blood pressure is around 150/90 the drops may require about 15 drops on the average to reach the desired target blood pressure of 130/80. The sodium nitrites breaks down into nitric oxide which directly controls the blood pressure, where arginine's ability to lower blood pressure is not that quick. On the average the effect of lowering this blood pressure should last about 4 hours. Hence it is taken roughly every four hours.

Certain observances in lowering blood pressure is the need to eat less fatty foods, especially fried foods and vegetable oils are the worse. Ideally take regularly granulated lecithin, which prevents fatty liver, which is common for people with high blood pressure. Sometimes blood pressure are diabetic ones. We can actually predict a pre-diabetes before it is too late (then blood pressure goes up). The secret is to measure the blood sugar exactly 1 hour after eating. The number should register normal blood sugar. For my purposes, 90 to 100 mg/dL is considered normal. I used a different standards. No 12 hour fasting is required as those predict if you have a somewhat irreversible diabetes and the body is already badly damaged. Granulated lecithin is taken 1 tablespoon a day a least. Keeping the body alkaline, helps reduce the blood pressure, although it requires about 1 week of taking them. In particular potassium is helpful. The simplest formula is 1 teaspoon sodium bicarbonate plus 1/4 teaspoon potassium carbonate taken after meals, in a cup of water, 30 minutes after meal, twice a day. This will generally stabilized blood pressure.

If a predisposition of diabetes, exceeding 100 mg/dL, no fasting, after 1 hour meal, then if there is an uncontrollable high blood pressure, it really helps to take 1000 mg of aspirin dissolved in a cup of water, should blood pressure becomes uncontrollable, taken together with perhaps, chromium polynicotinate. Avoid late meals after 5 pm, if a person has predisposition for diabetes or has generally a high blood pressure. IT reduces liver congestion by not eating late, which is one of the causes. Avoid processed foods, especially the common table salt. Salt and sugar taken together raises blood pressure far more then either one, but sugar and common table salt is what I will avoid the most.

The formula I used here has no side effects, but in high blood pressure situation, headaches may occur due to their pressures on the brain. Two major supplement I used to stop headaches in less then 5 minutes are 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of potassium citrate (depending on size and degree of headaches), and 1/2 teaspoon of taurine. Nearly 90% of all headaches is due to electrolyte imbalance, and hence why either both or individucally the potassium citrate (technical name tripotassium citrate) and taurine works. Taurine works by maintaining balance between sodium and potassium. In other words, keeping the potassium inside, and keeping the sodium outside the cells where they belong. It is often the case that in emergency situations that nearly all patients have low sodium and high potassium due to cellular damage and this is why emergency rooms have saline solution. The cells loose their sodium quickly and releases too much potassium in general, but what is overlooked in prevention from most major sickness to keep electrolytes in balance is the taurine and this two things may be required in people with high blood pressure.

Of course that's just based on my own personal observations and experience. There is one thing, I haven't have the time to explore. Chlorine and all halogens tend to raise blood pressure. Most people tend to die during the shower or after the bath as the body absorbs about 80% of the chlorine from water. To neutralize this chlorine, we can dechlorinate by taking one rice grain of sodium thiosulfate dissolved in a cup of water before taking a bath. This will prevent blood pressure spikes that occur during chlorine exposure in shower, bath and public swimming pools. Chlorine lowers the body's ORP to a more positive figure and tends to raise the body's blood pressure in response to that. The sodium thiosulfate will neutralize the chlorine into a harmless salt.


Ted

Replied by William
Morganton, North Carolina
12/30/2010

Thank you for your very quick response, and for correcting me on the sodium nitrite. The one last thing I need to know is should the Sodium nitrite and the Potassium Carbonate need to be food grade. I have ordered food grade Sodium nitrite, but soap grade Potassium Carbonate, should they both be food grade or does it matter? Thanks again

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
12/31/2010
384 posts

It helps if both are food grade.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
12/31/2010
384 posts

In my opinion, the use of blood pressure formula is to be used only when other meds not working and taken when blood pressure is high such as over 150/130 for example. The most important element is to keep blood sugar below 110 but preferably below 100. It also helps if potassium iodide or SSKI is taken. No blood pressure will help if blood sugar is high and the iodine levels are low. To keep low blood sugar corn syrup, fructose, and sugar is avoided. Table salt is also not helpful. I used this only if necessary. It helps to keep blood sugar avoiding oils including olive oil, vegetable oils and take regularly vitamin B3, B1, granulated lecithin, perhaps metformin twice a day. I have found high blood pressure is a thyroid issue or borderline in standard blood test for thyroid and helps if some potassium iodide are taken and blood pressure is taken now and then but not everyday. In few cases blood pressure can be cholesterol issue but same supplements as lecithin and avoiding fried foods and vefegable oils still applies.

Ted

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
01/01/2011
384 posts

One more critical element for both blood pressure and blood sugar is the importance of hydrogen sulfide. Good food sources are sulfur rich amino acid and egg yolk. Key chemical messenger for blood pressure control includes not just nitric oxide but also hydrogen sulfide. I haven't quite gotten around to doing hydrogen sulfide using sodium sulfide and get them stabilized due to time and cost limitations for a really complete way the body controls blood pressure but in the meantime I would just eat sulfur rich amino acid and egg yolks for now. It should be noted that high blood pressure for one reason is excess fats on your belly that leads to low hydrogen sulfide. And one indirect way is to attach the taking glycine supplements is one way of doing that.

Replied by William
Morganton, North Carolina
01/04/2011

Ted, per my email of 12/17/2010: "I have just received my Potassium Carbonate but its soap grade. Will this work with the Food grade Sodium Nitrite? I'm refering to the formula with 6 grams of potassium carbonate and 3 grams of sodium nitrite. I re-order some food grade potassium carbonate should I wait on it or just use the soap grade. Please let me know thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
01/05/2011
384 posts

Soap grade is fine for temporary purposes since we take only drops but I prefer food grade for longer term use and getting the body alkalized. We also only take them when we need them such as once a day when necessary and take plenty of baking soda to maintain urine ph over 6.5. There are certain blood pressure that is good that are safe such as diuretics as in white tea and diuretic medicine that is just as effective with very few side effects that I will consider also and take as effects of nitric oxide blood pressure don't last long especially during sleep as we sleep 8 hours and its effect last longer during the day hours. There are other brands of blood pressure medicine as in Nelapine that has few side effects also. No matter what medicine they usually tend to lower your potassium level and hence I will take say 1/2 teaspoon baking soda plus 1/4 teaspoon potassium carbonate after meal 30 minute twice a day. The secret why some physician find potassium toxic is if some people has low sodium. However, the antidote is fast simple and effective: sea salt 1/4 teaspoon will stop but low sodium is rarely the case with high blood pressure people. A sodium retention levels remain high from high chlorides exposure as in chlorinated water.

This is why I need plenty of food grade potassium in other uses too.

Ted

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
07/04/2011
384 posts

The sodium nitrite makes your blood pressure go down quickly, also there is insulin resistance from such use. To prevent this, 0.5 grams of Sodium sulfide is needed to be added to the 1.5 grams of Sodium nitrite. The 0.5 grams of sodium sulfide is a chemical messenger needed to slow down the drop and prevent insulin resistance. I haven't experimented with sodium sulfide alone, but there is an agreement among researchers that Hydrogen sulfide is deficient in people who are diabetic, which leads to insulin resistance. The sodium sulfide in liquid solution becomes Hydrogen sulfide, they become both stable with sodium nitrite, a chemical precursor for Nitric Oxide. In presence of acidity in any part of the body, these break down to their Nitric oxide, which causes blood pressure to be lower. The alkaline potassium sulfide acts as preservative so they can't break down in the stomach acid.

Ted

Replied by Drlarryvon
Calif, Usa
06/08/2015

Ted's formula for BP control is 3 grams of sodium nitrite per 30 cc or 3000 mg of sodium nitrite per 30ml of water. The dosage is 25 drops which = 100 mg of sodium nitrite per dosage, if taken twice per day, intake is 200 mg of sodium nitrite.

Sodium nitrite is purportedly carcinogenic at about 10 mg per pound or 150 mg per 150 lb adult. The dosage is 200 mg per day.

Is it wise to use the preparation considering the cancer risk or am I way off here?

Larry Von

Replied by Timh
Ky
06/09/2015
2115 posts

LV: If I am not mistaken, this suggestion is for "temporary relief" of hypertension, not to be used long-term.


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