Hi Mishka, from what I’ve read, angina is most frequently the result of underlying coronary artery disease or other type of heart disease. Since I’m not a doctor or a certified health practitioner, and since your father has a special condition, he really needs to see a specialist who will be able to review his medical history and able to examine him. I don’t know how I can help where all the treatments in the hospital didn’t help. Any suggestion from my side would be irresponsible. You and your father need to insist to get a treatment plan for the situation and not be afraid to raise your concerns. It might be that you need to get a second opinion, but I don’t feel I have the required knowledge and experience to give specific advice, especially when the situation seems to be serious. I apologize I cannot be more helpful, but I don’t want to make more harm than good.
I’ve discovered an awesome way to increase the nutritional potency of a salad. Please try this a couple times to see if it has the same effect on you. I have been making a caesar salad “undressing” with probiotic yogurt and the results are amazing. The yogurt is a base instead of soy or canola. I add all the standard flavourings; Apple cider vinegar, garlic etc. Then I put it on an arugula salad containing about half a package of arugula and some seeds, dried cranberries etc. Arugula has the highest nitrate content and the probiotics activate the nitric oxide process immediately. This means in 4 hours I get the maximum boost possible leading to super increase in energy. I also get a the most powerful erection ever, consistently every time. It’s a great pump for a workout and good for the heart. The oil in a salad is the unhealthiest part of a salad. But probiotics increase the nitric oxide activity of your gut.
In the USA, 858 million tonnes of coal was used in 2013 for electricity production. With an average content of ppm uranium and ppm thorium, US coal-fired electricity generation in that year gave rise to 1100 tonnes of uranium and 2700 tonnes of thorium in coal ash. In Victoria, Australia, some 65 million tonnes of brown coal is burned annually for electricity production. This contains about ppm uranium and - ppm thorium, hence about 100 tonnes of uranium and 200 tonnes of thorium is buried in landfill each year in the Latrobe Valley.