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How to save a person from stroke using only a needle?

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The unconventional method of saving human life during a stroke is a method of a Chinese teacher who says that you should always keep a needle in your home.
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When someone suffers a stroke, the capillaries of the brain stretch progressively. You need a rest and an ambulance. These tips will help you save someone’s life!

Stay calm! No matter where the victim is, do not move them, because if you move the patient, the capillaries will explode and there will be bleeding in the brain! It would be better if you have a syringe needle at home, but a simple sewing needle can serve, too.

1. Hold the needle – on the fire, or with a candle, sterilize this needle and then use it to prick the tops of all 10 fingers.

2. No specific acupuncture is necessary; it should only be a few millimeters from the nail.

3. Perform so that blood can flow.

4. If blood does not drip, tighten and start squeezing.

5. When all 10 fingers begin to bleed wait a few minutes – you will see that the victim will be back to life!

6. If the victim’s mouth is deformed, massage his ears until they become red – so that blood can come to them.
7. Then prick with the needle in each ear in the soft part, to drop two drops of blood from each ear. A few minutes later, his mouth would not be distorted.

How to save a person from stroke using only a needle

Wait until the victim comes to normal without any unusual symptoms, then send him to the hospital.
This blood shedding method for saving life is a traditional Chinese medicine method, and its practical application is 100% effective and by using it people can survive a stroke.

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Mind & Health's mission is to disseminate information in the field of health and well-being. The information provided in this magazine is intended to improve and not to replace the relationship between the reader of the magazine and his doctor. The use of plants for therapeutic purposes can in no way substitute or be added to medical treatment current without the advice of a doctor.