Anti-myocardial Infarctus, Efficient Antipoison and Anti-prostate Mighty Spicy Miscellany

A. B. Kunyima *

Laboratory of Physical Organic Chemistry, Food and Physical Cardiochemistry, Department of Chemistry and Industry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Kinshasa, P.O.Box-190 Kinshasa XI, Democratic Republic of Congo.

P. D. M. D. Kunyima

Laboratory of Physical Organic Chemistry, Food and Physical Cardiochemistry, Department of Chemistry and Industry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Kinshasa, P.O.Box-190 Kinshasa XI, Democratic Republic of Congo.

J. C. Kuburhanwa

Laboratory of Physical Organic Chemistry, Food and Physical Cardiochemistry, Department of Chemistry and Industry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Kinshasa, P.O.Box-190 Kinshasa XI, Democratic Republic of Congo.

M. B. Kunyima

High School of Medical Technics Hospital, Kinshasa/N’djili, Democratic Republic of Congo.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Background: Cardiovascular diseases, cancers and diabetes that are the main cause of mortality in the world have as principal origine the lack of food (life) hygiene and environmental pollution at which it should be added the synthesis chemical products and the poisons playing a prominent and active role in this human drama. In this paper it is shown that with spicy blend rationally performed on the basis of their natural properties, prostate and myocardial infarction can be healed. Also this mixture can treat some poisons when detected before.

Aim and Objective: The laboratory of physical organic chemistry, food and physical cardiochemistry, Lacopa-CCP in acronym, has just developed a powerful blend of spices based on Turmeric called PdeluxeKK (Paulin Deluxe KUNYIMA KUNYIMA), conceived at the beginning to treat a myocardial infarction caused by poisoning clinically established and after become unexpectedly efficient in the treatment of a prostate and other poisons.

Methodology: This mixture contains in order turmeric in large quantity, ginger, black pepper, garlic and red onion, original pure honey and the variant of PdeluxeKK incorporates at the end before the honey the red beetroot to make this mixture more reliable against cyanide poisons through its betacyanin and to prevent eventual anemic problems during the treatment. The order of the mixture is of great importance because it has been observed that its effectiveness changes not only with the proportions of the components involved but also according to the order of addition of the components which constitute this mixture. The mixture pastry should be kept between - 5°C and 0°C.

Results: Prostate and myocardial infarction clinically established have been satisfactorily treated by PdeluxeKK. Also many poisons detected in human body are successfully treated by PdeluxeKK.

Conclusion: This mighty spicy miscellany successfully treats prostate, myocardial infarction and certain poisons.

Keywords: Black pepper, garlic, ginger, honey, PdeluxeKK, red beetroot, red onion, turmeric


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Kunyima, A. B., Kunyima, P. D. M. D., Kuburhanwa, J. C., & Kunyima, M. B. (2022). Anti-myocardial Infarctus, Efficient Antipoison and Anti-prostate Mighty Spicy Miscellany. Journal of Advances in Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 24(8), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.9734/jamps/2022/v24i8569

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