You will need
- - med may;
- - medical alcohol 70%;
- grass motherwort;
- grass cudweed;
- - grass knotweed;
- - chamomile flowers;
- - rhizome of Valerian;
- - hawthorn fruit;
- - rose hips;
- - purified Shilajit.
When detected at echocardiography of mitral valve prolapse have a personal consultation with a cardiologist for medical treatment (if necessary).
Parallel to the course of treatment with medicinal herbs, aimed at reducing attacks of palpitation, pain in the heart, normalize heart rhythm, etc. Prepare cardiovascular elixir. Take 0.5 kg may honey, 0.5 liters of 70% alcohol medical, herb Leonurus, cudweed, knotweed, chamomile flowers, rhizomes of Valerian and hawthorn. Honey and alcohol mix and put on very low heat, heat to form a foam. Then remove from heat and let stand.
The above herbs, chop and mix. Pour into a thermos 6 tablespoons of the herbal collection and pour a liter of boiling water. Insisting for 2 hours, strain and mix with the first prepared composition. Take the following scheme: first week – a teaspoon on an empty stomach in the morning and evening from the second week until the end of the medicine by tablespoon on an empty stomach morning and evening. When the medication runs out, do a 10-day break. Then again repeat the treatment, having started taking medicine from spoon.
To strengthen the connective tissues of the heart muscle, prepare the following tool. Take 4 tablespoons of crushed rose hips and hawthorn (1:1) and, Bay liter of boiling water in the evening in a thermos, insist until the morning. Filter, place the filtrate in the refrigerator. Drink a glass of infusion by dissolving in it 0.2 grams pharmacy Shilajit, three times a day on an empty stomach. The course of treatment is 10 days.
Mitral valve prolapse resulting from chest injuries usually require surgical intervention.
Treatment of mitral valve resulting from rheumatic heart disease, is performed only in a medical facility and is aimed at the removal of inflammation with antibiotics and penicillin. Treatment involved a rheumatologist.