Circu Flow®

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$34.99

Manufacturer Kroeger Herb Products
Supply 30 Days
Form 3 Capsules
Potency 1.4 g
Size 270

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Circu Flow®

Discoveries new and old meet in this important blend to address the ever-present concern for maintenance of proper heart function. Number one on our popularity list. First manufactured in 1984 after years of success with the individual ingredients. Remember to combine with appropriate diet and exercise. Helps maintain cardiovascular function and a healthy circulatory system.

Directions:

Three capsules 3 times daily before meals with 2 Tbsp. of Inner- Leaf Aloe Vera Gel.

Ingredients:

Hawthorn Berries, Equisetum Concentrate (Horsetail), Vitamin C, Taurine, Arginine, Chromium Picolinate, Selenium, Whey. Other Ingredients:  Vegetarian source capsule. Contains: Milk (from whey)

Additional Dietary Information:

Avoid high fat foods, chemicals and metals in foods (avoid aluminum or coated pots and pans for cooking, stainless steel is best), alcohol, sodium fluoride, excess salt or sugar, strong coffee, birth control pills, smoking, environmental stress and noise pollution. Adding Garlic, Bee Pollen, applesauce and black pepper to the diet may be helpful.

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April 24, 2002 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: November 13, 1984 was not a good day for me. That was the day that I had my first heart attack. Two more were to follow, one in 1988 and another later. read more >>

My first heart cauterization was done March 26, 1991. Several more catheterizations were to follow, as well as two angioplasties, with a triple by-pass surgery on Dec. 2, 1991. Things were fine for about three years when again I started to have regular chest pains and I was eating nitrostats like candy, five or ten a day. Then during another angioplasty, two stents were inserted. But soon the stents became clogged with plaque and I began to experience chest pains again. Several trips were made to the hospital to have the stents cleaned out, then finally two more stents were added, for a total of four stents in my heart.

Shortly afterwards, I lost my job because of the employer’s concern over my driving the company vehicle and transporting clients when I was continuing to suffer from chest pains. I was visiting with my Pastor for prayer and I made the statement, “It seems to me there ought to be something that could simply flush your system instead of go through all the other procedure over and over.”  To my amazement, he said, “There is!”

He proceeded to tell me about a word I had never heard before: chelation (pronounced key-la-shun). He showed me numerous articles from a thick file folder he had on the subject. He showed me a written testimony of a friend of his who had significant positive results from chelation therapy.

I was thrilled at the possibility that there might be an alternative to the repeated heart catheterizations I had endured, with no significant relief of the problems.

We researched the information from his files and found there were at least two doctors right here in St. Petersburg who treated patients with intravenous chelation. This involves two treatments a week lasting two or three hours, for at least thirty treatments. This would be an expensive route, as these often are not covered by insurance or Medicare.

We were also told about Oral Chelation, a milder but inexpensive and convenient form of chelation. My wife and I went to the Health Food Store on South Pasadena. We asked him to tell us about Oral Chelation. He reached up on the shelf and gave me a bottle of Circu Flow and another bottle of Aloe Vera Gel and gave me directions as to how I should take it (three Circu Flow oral chelation capsules before meals three times a day, with 2 tablespoons of Aloe Vera). A month’s supply of both was not even $40.00.

I started taking this in May of 2001 and by June 4, 2001 I was no longer taking nitrostats (remember I was taking as many as ten a day for chest pains). To this day I have not had to take any more nitrostats under my tongue. I have had no chest pains, nor have I had to sit up to sleep!

Just to be sure, I called the manufacturer of Circu Flow, an 800 number was on the bottle. I asked what reactions I would have with other medications I was already taking and they assured me that there would be no reactions from any medication I was on.

During this time I was on eight medications given to me by my Doctor. These medications other than nitrostat gave me no relief from the severe chest pain I was experiencing at that time. The only relief I had was when I started to take Chelation and again from June 4th, 2001 to this day I have not had to take a nitrostat.

Recently, I visited my doctor at the V.A. I told him what I was taking. I feared his reaction because I had earlier mentioned chelation to him and he became very angry. He literally screamed at me, saying, “It’s a lie, there is no scientific proof that chelation works.” Then he asked my wife and I to leave! We were shocked and puzzled that a professional doctor could get so angry. But I went and got the oral chelation anyway, the very next day. After only three months on the oral chelation, when he saw how good I was doing, and how I had absolutely no adverse reactions, he was very friendly and happy with my good health and said, regarding the oral chelation, “If it’s working, do it!”

Chelation is designed to take plaque and foreign materials out of the blood vessels through the entire body. I am living proof that it works!

Thank you for allowing me to share with you my health testimony. I do so in the hope that others would have the possibility of convenient, inexpensive relief from life-threatening circulatory problems.

Paul Saylor

St. Petersburg, FL

Click here to see a copy of the original letter.

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Elevated Triglycerides: How They’re Elevating Your Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

If you did a search in Google for “biggest risk factors for cardiovascular disease” you will find a variety of answers including: cigarette and tobacco smoke, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, physical inactivity, obesity and diabetes.

This list of six independent risk factors that can be modified or controlled are considered to be the major causes of cardiovascular disease. They have been the accepted reasons for the last few decades but leave out one major factor that has only recently been given mainstream attention: elevated triglycerides. Why has there been such a delay in getting the word out that elevated triglycerides are far more common in heart disease than high cholesterol and what can be done to improve your own health? Take a look.

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If you did a search in Google for “biggest risk factors for cardiovascular disease” you will find a variety of answers including: cigarette and tobacco smoke, high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, physical inactivity, obesity and diabetes.

This list of six independent risk factors that can be modified or controlled are considered to be the major causes of cardiovascular disease. They have been the accepted reasons for the last few decades but leave out one major factor that has only recently been given mainstream attention: elevated triglycerides. Why has there been such a delay in getting the word out that elevated triglycerides are far more common in heart disease than high cholesterol and what can be done to improve your own health? Take a look.

Triglycerides are a form of fat that is created in our bodies as a result of eating simple carbohydrates. Simple carbs are those from sugary foods or foods made with white flour and what makes them a hazard to your health is the fact that these carbs accumulate in various organs, but most commonly in the tissue of the heart. The negative effects of triglycerides on health include an increase in your risk of heart disease and stroke as well as a contribution to atherosclerosis. With the presence of these accumulated carbohydrates in the organs of the body, other health problems (insulin resistance, high blood pressure, inflammation and abdominal obesity) are also present.

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The theory that fats clog arteries is still the most prominent theory, as it was in the 1980′s. What would seem more harmful to your health: a breakfast of a fried egg and bacon or a lunch of a sandwich on white bread and soda? It seems reasonable to choose the bacon and eggs as the more harmful of the two because we have been told over and over that fat clogs arteries and to mind our fat intake for a healthy heart but that sugary soda and white bread could prove even more harmful. Because simple carbs accumulate in the body’s organs and heart tissue, ingesting these foods frequently means you are clogging your arteries and your body is unable to naturally remove the accumulation without assistance. Let’s say you continually poured the olive oil you used to prepare meals down the drain of your kitchen sink following food preparation. Over time your drain would become clogged as the oil hardened and stuck to the sides of the pipes. Pouring the oil down the drain daily would soon require the assistance of a plumber to come clean the pipes in order for the drain to work properly and efficiently. Similarly, when you are ingesting foods that accumulate in your body’s organs or heart tissue (like simple carbs) your body is unable to flush the accumulation from them, just as the pipes of a drain are unable to flush the oils from cooking. During the 1980′s and 1990′s, health authorities did not focus on elevated triglycerides as a cause of cardiovascular disease but instead on saturated fat. In order to avoid saturated fat a low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet was recommended in order to reduce the incidence of heart disease. This recommendation on the part of doctors not only raised triglyceride levels in patients but also raised the risk of cardiovascular disease, achieving the opposite of the goal!

While there was no malicious intent to guide patients in the wrong direction with the recommended diet that was low in fat and high in carbohydrates, it has taken too long to try to educate the public on how to avoid the accumulation of triglycerides in the body and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease.

So, what can you do? We’ve got three easy steps to help you lower your triglyceride intake, treat elevated triglycerides and expel them from your body.

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1. Lower Triglyceride Intake: It sounds obvious and easy and it is… stop eating refined sugars and food products made from white flour. A simple swap? Choose whole grain bread instead of white. While white and whole grain bread are both made from wheat berries, white bread uses only the middle layer that is the starchy part of the berry called the endosperm. Whole grain bread uses the outer layer (the bran), the middle endosperm as well as the innermost area (the germ). Whole grain bread is higher in fiber, vitamins, magnesium, zinc, folic acid and chromium than white bread. And, since we’re on the subject of heart health and whole wheat bread, statistics gathered by Vegetarian Times Magazine found that:

  • In a 10-year Harvard study completed in 1994, men and women who ate high-fiber breads had fewer heart attacks and strokes than those whose chose bagels and baguettes.
  • The Journal of the American Medical Association reported in April of 2003 that by simply switching from white to whole wheat bread, you can lower your risk of heart disease by 20%, based on a study at the University of Washington

And that’s only for switching from white bread to wheat! Think of the benefit to your heart and body by cutting out soft drinks, overly processed foods that are high in sugar or foods made with white flour. Moderation is always the key and we are not encouraging you to not enjoy a treat now and then but considering the accumulation of triglycerides in the heart tissues and organs of the body, we do want to encourage you to be as mindful as possible for your good health.

2. Treat Elevated Triglyceride Levels: It’s no secret that we at Hanna’s Herb Shop are crazy about omegas. Blog postsgiveaways, social media outreach all over this fatty acid that your body needs, especially when you are attempting to lower elevated triglyceride levels. Omega-3 fatty acids, or fish oil, can effectively lower triglyceride levels by as much as 30 percent! Add to the benefit list of Omega-3s: reduced inflammation, improved cell function, improved brain function, younger looking skin, a stronger heart, healthy hair and nails, improved metabolism, increased mobility of joints, and an increase in your body’s ability to fight off disease causing free radicals. We love Nordic Naturals because of their purity and devotion to making a fantastic product. Treating elevated triglyceride levels to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease is as easy as supplementing with fish oil!

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3. Expel Triglycerides from Your Body: Fiber is important to your digestive health and, as you saw from the Harvard study mentioned above, is also important to your heart health. There are two types of fiber, insoluble and soluble. Insoluble fiber is the type of fiber you would choose in order to bulk up your digestive tract, should you be constipated. Soluble fiber acts as a sponge when mixed with water and binds to triglycerides, cholesterol and lipids in the body. When using a soluble fiber daily you are helping your body to expel the triglycerides that have accumulated in your body. Fourteen grams of soluble fiber daily can reduce your triglyceride levels by about 20% in 2 months. Sources of soluble fiber, aside from products like Diet Fiber Re:Fresh are oatmeal, oat cereals, lentils, apples, oranges, pears, oat bran, strawberries, nuts, flax seeds, beans, dried peas, blueberries, psyllium, cucumbers, celery and carrots.

Elevated triglyceride levels are serious and lead to cardiovascular disease and while this fact isn’t out to the public as it should be, now that you are empowered with the knowledge there is plenty you can do for your good health. Follow the three steps we have shared with you and get your good health back on track!

Learn more about arteriosclerosis and heart health in Hanna’s book, Arteriosclerosis and Herbal Chelation, a companion to her Master Formula CircuFlow, the star of our Heart Health Section and bestseller since the 1980s!

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