Great to hear that everything is oke with you.
I don`t understand your last question very well( has nothing do to with you Geoff, but everything with my bad english
Would you know if you must proceed taking the protocol?
Youre doing very great so maybe we can reduce some of the amounts.
And added some others, see article below,
Heart valves are control devices that route blood in a forward motion around the circulatory system with each beat of the heart and prevent its backflow. The heart valves can be damaged by inherited defects, infection, rheumatic fever, injuries, tumors, or calcification. The deterioration of certain valves such as the mitral, tricuspid, and aortic pose a more serious health concern than others. Treatment will depend upon the valve involved and the seriousness of the condition. Surgery may be required to repair leaks, inflate narrowed valves (stenosis), or replace faulty valves. Acute aortic regurgitation can result in critically low cardiac output and is a medical emergency.
Drugs to treat valvular disease relieve symptoms and prevent complications rather than provide a cure. Often prescribed medications include beta-blockers for palpitations and chest pain, digitalis to slow the heartbeat, diuretics to prevent salt and water retention, and ACE inhibitors to lower blood pressure and help ease the workload of the heart. In addition, certain herbs and supplements contain similar properties that may be of benefit to people with valvular disorders.
Angelica, 15 to 30 drop, 1 to 3 times a day.
Bromelain, 500 to 1000 mg between meals.
CoQ10, 100 to 400 mg a day in divided doses throughout the day. (Higher doses require a physician’s supervision.)
Garlic, 1 to 2 1000-mg Kyolic caplets twice daily with meals, or 2 to 8 900-mg Pure-Gar capsules daily with meals.
Ginkgo biloba, 120 to 240 mg daily.
Ginger extract, 1-2 300-mg capsules 1 to 3 times daily.
Grape seed-skin extract (proanthocyanidins), 1 to 2 100-mg capsules daily.
Green tea extract (decaffeinated), 600 to 1200 mg daily.
Hawthorn, 250 to 900 mg daily.
Magnesium, 500 to 1500 mg a day bound to gluconate, oxide, citrate, aspartate, glycinate, taurinate, arginate, or ascorbate.
Olive leaf extract, 1 to 2 500-mg capsules 3 times daily with meals.
Taurine, 1500 to 4000 mg daily.
Vitamin C, 6 grams daily in divided doses. (If loose stools occur, reduce dosage to a nonproblematic level.)
Vitamin E, 400-1200 IU a day in divided doses.