A TIA Is Your Stroke Warning

Four years ago I had a TIA Stroke. When I got up that morning I was very worn out and wanted to go back to sleep. I couldn’t think and had the worse headache. I called and told my husband I was going back to bed cause I didn’t feel good. He called me several times in the next few hours. I didn’t even hear the phone. He came home and took me to the hospital. At the hospital they ran all kinds of test on me. They said that I had a stroke. The hospital let me come home that night. I was so wiped out. No energy…just didn’t care what was going on around me.

That next week I went to our family doctor. He checked out all the test from the hospital. We did more blood work and test. He said I had a TIA. Well…I DO NOT WANT ANTOTHER ONE TO HAPPEN TO ME!!

A stroke is an interruption of the blood supply to any part of the brain. This can be caused by the blockage of a blood vessel or bleeding in the brain. When a part of the brain is deprived of blood the brain cells begin to die within minutes therefore it is important to receive medical attention as soon as possible.

Symptoms of a stroke may include paralysis, numbness, or tingling in one side of the body especially the face or arm. Also trouble speaking, double vision, an unusual type of headache, confusion, or difficulty with balance and walking.

Types of strokes:

Hemorrhagic stroke – A blood vessel in the brain may become weak and burst damaging a part of the brain. The hemorrhagic stroke is not as common as the ischemic stroke.

Ischemic stroke –This is caused by the blood supply to the brain being blocked. This may be caused by a blood clot forming in an artery of the brain that is already narrow. This is known as thrombus or a thrombotic stroke. Another cause is a blood clot that forms elsewhere in the body, breaks off, and travels to the brain. This is an embolism or embolic stroke.

TIA (transient ischemic attack) – This is also know as a mini-stroke and occurs when blood flow to a part of the brain is blocked for a short period of time and then the blood flow resumes such that the symptoms only last briefly. This should be considered as a warning for a possible stroke and should not be ignored. The symptoms will be similar to a stroke but only last for a few minutes.

80% of all strokes are caused by blood clots dislodging from a point of origin in the body and traveling to the brain. It can take a few days for the full symptoms of a thrombotic stroke to be apparent. Four of the nine oils in the Essential Oil Survival Kit can be used for such strokes — Thieves, peppermint, lemon, and Frankincense .
Thieves
Peppermint oil Lemon Oil

Other essential oils recommended for this type of stroke include Longevity, Aroma Life, Brain Power, helichrysum, Common Sense, Peace & Calming, Clarity, cypress, and juniper.

Longevity
Aroma Life
Brain Power
helichrysum
Common Sense
Peace & Calming 1
Clarity
Cypress
Juniper

Select 1-3 of the oils listed above and dilute 50/50 with a carrier oil such as olive oil. Apply 1-3 drops to temples forehead, mastoids, back of neck, and base of throat, tips of big toes 1-3x or more per day. These oils may also be taken internally in homemade capsules diluted with olive oil 2x/day.

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2 Comments

  1. geri Combis

    I’ve had a TIA a week ago and it has affected my vision. I am a Young Living Distributor and naturally am researching essential oils to use to help prevent another TIA. I’ve read your very excellent article about strokes but I wasn’t clear what you are suggesting to use for TIA’s. Thank you.

    • So sorry to hear that you had a TIA. I use frankincense every day. It is my go to essential oil. I use all the oils that I mentioned in my article. I hope this will help you.

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