Strauss Heart Drops
* Clearing of Arteries
* Cholesterol Problems
* No Need for Stents
* Heart Attack/Failure
* Restoration of Energy
* Enlarged Heart
* Irregular Heart Beat
* Chest Pain Relief
* Blood Pressure
* Other Incredible Health Benefits
History of Strauss Heartdrops
Nothing will get your attention faster than a brush with death. Jim Strauss had his, in 1979, at age 57. After suffering a massive heart attack, his doctors told him only bypass surgery could save his life.
As a seventh-generation-herbalist, from an Austrian family that had been the village herbalists since the 1700s, Jim knew that many of the herbs with which he was familiar, had a long tradition of being heart, circulation and blood tonics. He also knew that his palate could differentiate the functions of many herbs by their exotic tastes; a skill he had acquired in childhood, gathering and tasting herbs with his grandparents, from the time he could walk. Like the cobbler with terrible shoes, or the mechanic with the unreliable car, Jim had neglected his own health in the service of others.
The most important herbal lessons Jim learned from his parents and grandparents were that, just as in cooking; balance and proportion are key elements in any effective "recipe." Applying his knowledge, instinct and fear of dying, Jim was able to develop his now famous blend in a short time.
Jim Strauss is a world-renowned conference speaker and has been an honored guest on many talk shows about natural health. People from all over the world come for the purpose of hearing him speak. His remedy for heart disease, as well as his other wonderful products are shipped all over the world to places such as, Australia, England, France, Hong Kong, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Pakistan, the Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, all over the USA, & throughout Canada.
It is now 2009, many years from the days when Jim Strauss` formula was developed and literally saved his life. Jim is retired and enjoys life to the fullest at almost 90 years of age. He continues to speak but has left his business in the capable hands of his sons, also trained herbalists.
Historical Use of Ingredients
Used to lower LDL cholesterol levels
Properties have the ability to stimulate cell growth and activity
Is a health building and disease preventative and dissolves cholesterol in the bloodstream
Opens up blood vessels and reduces blood pressure in hypertensive patients
Inhibits blood platelets sticking together
Nature`s antibiotic. During World War I and II, physicians used garlic as an antibiotic to prevent soldiers` wounds from becoming gangrenous, with fantastic results
Regular use strengthens heart muscles
Has been used in the prevention of arteriosclerosis and in helping conditions such as rapid and feeble heart action, heart valve defects, enlarged heart, angina pectoris and difficult breathing due to ineffective heart action and lack of oxygen in the blood
Said to be unequalled for warding off diseases and equalizing blood circulation
Increases heart action but not blood pressure
Said to prevent strokes and heart attacks
Said to be a catalyst, carrying all other herbs quickly to the part of the body where it is most needed, and increases their effectiveness
Improves circulation and feeds the capillaries by altering the ability of fluids and nourishment to pass through
Has properties to strengthen coronary arteries, varicose veins and helps in reducing atherosclerosis or the obstruction of arteries by plaque deposits
Can reduce blood clots due to its thinning properties which inhibit blood platelets from sticking together
Strengthens the heartbeat but does not increase heart rate
Relaxes the coronary arteries, resulting in increased circulation to the heart
White Willow Bark (in trace amounts)
Natural source of aspirin/natural blood thinner
Lessens reflex irritability, strengthens the heart beat, regulates a slow pulse. Acts as an antihypertensive agent. Has been used as a vasodilator since the turn of the century.