Hypertension is a condition in which a person suffers from high blood pressure. Symptoms of this condition include periodic headaches, heart palpitations, numbness of fingers and toes, influx of blood to the head.
Pharmaceutical industry offers a range of medications to normalize blood pressure. However, such medications often have undesirable effects.
Iodine can be used as an alternative to medications.
It is sufficient to treat hypertension with iodine only two times a year, in September and March. The treatment is completed in 10 days.
Treatment with iodine is done before going to sleep. Povidone iodine is applied with a cotton bud on certain days and on certain parts of the body. Firstly, dip a cotton bud into the iodine and draw a line on a certain part of the body.
In September, lines should be drawn in accordance with the following schedule:
1 September and 21 September – left wrist
2 September and 22 September – right foot wrist
3 September and 23 September – right wrist
4 September and 24 September – left foot wrist
September 5 and September 25 – left shoulder
September 6 and September 26 – below the right knee
7 September and 27 September – right shoulder
September 8 and September 28 – below the left knee
September 9 and September 29 – from left clavicle to the right hip on the back (do not close the line)
September 10 and September 30 – of the right clavicle to the left hip (do not close the line)
From 11 September to 20 September – pause.
In March, lines should be drawn in accordance with the following schedule:
1 March and 21 March – left wrist
2 March and 22 March – right foot wrist
3 March and 23 March – right wrist
4 March and March 24 – the left ankle joint
5 March and 25 March – left shoulder
6 March and 26 March – below the right knee
7 March and 27 March – right shoulder
8 March and 28 March – below the left knee
9 March and 29 March – from left clavicle to the right hip on the back (do not close the line)
10 March and 30 March – from the right clavicle to the left hip (do not close the line)
From 11 March to 20 March – pause.