Cardiovascular Health Experiment Update

Update on Cardiovascular Health Experiment with Cardio Cocktail and Argenix
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by Neva J. Howell unless otherwise noted

Cardiovascular Test Results

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on my review of Argenix and Cardio Cocktail

I had a retest on my cardiovascular system today. It’s been 3 months since I took the first test and I had planned to post a product review on the Cardiococktail and Arginex products today.

However, because I reduced my dosage and switched from Cardio Cocktail to Arginex in that three-month period, I am just posting yet another update. I will retest again in 3 months time and give my final product review then.

Note that I started on Cardio Cocktail at the recommended one-ounce per day but ran into complications and troubling symptoms. I wrote in detail about these in earlier posts. I reduced the Cardio Cocktail to 1/2 ounce per day and then, to 1/4 ounce.

Instinctively, I sensed that I would do better on the arginex so I switched after consuming about 1/2 bottle of the Cardio Cocktail. Since then, I’ve been taking about 1/2 ounce of argenix with 2,000 i.u.’s of D3. Vitamin D3 was noted as being very significant in the Cardio Cocktail formula so, while I did not want the EDTA it also contains, I did want the benefits of the D3. This combination and dosage seems to work very well for me.

However, someone with more serious cardiovascular concerns might try finding a doctor who suggests Cardio Cocktail to their patients, and there are apparently quite a few doctors who do so.

It will be very helpful to read the previous posts on this subject before reading this update.

Earlier posts, by date:
1/4/08 The cardiovascular test that started it all
1/7/08 My concerns about this product for people with herpes or shingles
1/8/08 More information on arginine and herpes
1/23/08 Update on Cardiococktail Results
1/24/08 EDTA, Magnesium and Arginine
2/08/08 Cardiococktail / Argenine Update

I am impressed with some differences I see between this second test and the one I first had done three months ago. Most significantly, my ETc (cardiovasular ejection rate went from
368 to 324. This is significant because ejection rate is a big factor in cardiovascular health. It says that my heart is improving in the strength of it’s pumping action.

Another significant difference was my resting pulse rate. In the first test it was 92 bpm. Amazingly, the second test, my resting pulse rate was 78.

And finally, the age of my arteries changed from B 52 (meaning I had the arteries of a 52 year old woman three months ago) to B 48. My arteries are now three years younger than my physical age, instead of being one year older than my physical age.

My dicrotic notch, another important factor indicating elasticity of the blood vessels, showed very, very slight improvement.

However, two areas that were worse this time: Carotid artery and capillaries. Both were closer to normal range last time. The person who gave me these tests said that it was not unusual for
capillaries to be the last thing to improve. Since I didn’t have my old test in front of me, I didn’t know I was low on that part of the test so I didn’t ask her why that would be.

Overall, I am very impressed with these results.

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