Angioplasty risks which are minimal (but much higher for very old patients) but significant are:
- Heart attack, stroke and restenosis (the re-narrowing of blood vessels)
- Once a week acupressure. Patient has refused acupuncture stating hypersensitivity. Acupuncture is still preferred to energize pathways, organs and system to strengthen organs, including heart and liver. Which in turn will return elasticity to blood vessels, oxygenate the blood more, process toxins and other waste including arterial plaque (which cause strokes).
- Bitter gourd leaves decoctions (ampalaya leaves)(see Diwa's Garden)(3 bunches/3 TALI). The ampalaya tea will strengthen internal organs including liver, kidney and pancreas. Ergo, toxins and arterial plaque will be minimized.
- TABATA (see oldest post) warm ups and slow escalation are provided as physical training over the medium term until she can do full TABATA activity.
- Complete cleaning of etheric body, manual strengthening of the internal organs (esp. liver and heart) via invasive external energy healing techniques via pranic/reiki variations. 2nd week, constant energizing and minimal cleaning. 3rd week, manual loosening of the blood vessels using pranic technique.
- After arterial plaque as been minimized, patient will be requested to undergo real physical training since the plaque will pose much less risk of strokes due to exertion.
- Minimized need for angioplasty.
- Return to normal function of other organs.
- Eventual removal of all medicines.