I am writing to obtain information about protocols for the treatment of high
If the book mentioned is available for purchase, I'd like to buy a copy.
I have 2 of Linus Pauling's books and one by Tom Levy and have used oral
Vitamin C for years. And once I had a few infusions of intravenous Vitamin C.
Thank you for your response.,
What do we know?
Doctors are taught to measure blood pressure because a small narrowing of the arteries creates an exponential rise in blood pressure. Hypertension an indicator of atheroclerosis - heart disease.
Other problems, such as "hard" (calcified) arteries will also raise blood pressure, but with a different signature.
To the extent the arterial narrowing can be alleviated taking Linus Pauling's protocol, blood pressure would be reduced. If the arteries have become hard/calcified - then the solution is vitamin K, but relief can take a while (and this would depend on the drugs/medications being prescribed - as many block vitamin K - causing arteries to get hard.)
Know that high blood pressure is an evolutionary flight/fight response, so having high blood pressure, say in a doctor's office, is not unexpected and quite natural.
Protocols to naturally lower blood pressure, in addition to vitamin and lysine, and vitamin K include
Magnesium - 300 to 3000 mg (but people have passed out from low blood pressure on 3000, so start slowly)
Vitamin B6 - Bill Sardi reports data that this vitamin works to lower pressure better than drugs (from memory 200 mg)