Cocoa

From our list of ailments, see what Cocoa can be used for:

  • Blood Pressure
  • Depression Mild
  • Heart Disease
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Hypertension
  • Water Retention

Natural Remedies using Cocoa

The patient should avoid vegetables containing large quantities of oxalic acid such as spinach and rhubarb. Chocolate and cocoa also contain oxalic acid and must not be used. Garlic, asparagus, parsley, watercress, cucumber and celery are excellent vegetables. The best fruits are papaya and bananas. Both have a healing effect on kidneys. A small amount of soured milk and home- made cottage cheese can be included in the diet. All salt should be eliminated from the diet. Five or six small meals should be taken in preference to a few large ones.

nutrient-packed suppository can deliver vital food through direct absorption in the lower colon. In my o?ce, I see a lot of middle-aged women su?ering from irritation and lack of moisture in the vaginal canal. I prescribe an herb-rich, cocoa butter–based suppository to heal the tissues and cool inflammation. For men, a suppository inserted into the rectal canal can help soothe a swollen and painful prostate. For children, an appropriate herbal suppository can quickly reduce high fever and calm anxiety.

Blood Pressure, Depression Mild, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Water Retention

The Benefit of using Cocoa as a natural cure

The patient should avoid tea, coffee and cocoa because of their adverse influence on the digestive tract. Other foods which should be avoided are white bread, white flour products, sugar tinned fruits, sweets, chocolates, pastries, pies, puddings, refined cereals and alcoholic drinks.