As soon as urine is flowing better, blood pressure may drop.
Keep track of this twice a day with a modern electronic finger
device (not an arm cuff that itself can break blood vessels). Cut
down on drug diuretics gradually, using only ¾ dose the first day,
then ½ dose, then ¼ dose. The amount of urine produced or the
weight of the person can be used to assess how effective your
method is. Your goal is to not need any drug diuretics. Again,
mood will improve dramatically when diuretic drugs are
removed for your loved one. The sense of humor comes back:
be prepared for some new jokes and new laughter. Give yourself
good grades for this accomplishment.
Don't throw out the drug diuretics. After being off them for a
while, they become more potent again. So if an emergency
(sudden edema) should arise they could again be useful.
With a parasite and pollution-free heart and a low-resistance,
freely flowing kidney, some reserve strength will soon be built
up. Weak spells are gone and forgotten. Your loved one is
walking better, needing less sleep, and a “golden age” finally
arrives. It is free of pain, free of medicine, free of shots and
doctor visits, free of dementia, free of the dreadful weakness that
demands so much help. They are free to enjoy family and friends
again. Seeing themselves gain strength and be able to do more for
themselves gives the elderly a sense of pride.
Give them the credit for improving their health. When they
balk at having to take herbs or vegetable juice, remind them of
the days they were on a handful of pills and still had heart failure,
pain and kidney disease.