Re: what can reverse a blockage?
There is the Ornish Diet by Dr. Dean Ornish who is a cardiologist in the San Francisco, CA area and also is nationally known. This is a very severe diet, and many people have problems keeping up with this diet which is extremely low in fat, cholesterol, etc. Going on this diet is no guarantee that something might happen to you in the meantime, i.e., heart attack, etc.
There is Chelation Therapy where a chemical is injected into you and/or you take pills. Chelation is an accepted medical procedure to remove heavy metals from your body such as lead, but it is not accepted by most cardiologists, heart surgeons and The American Heart Assn. The reason is that it can desolve plaque, definetly the calcium in plaque (deposits in the arteries), but in so doing it can expose the inflammed inner walls of arteries or cause the rupture of plaque which causes your body to produce a blood clot that could cause a heart attack and/or death. In the mind of most medical professionals it isn't worth the risk.
If you have been diagnosed by a cardiologist and told you have atherosclerosis (blockages in your arteries), this includes the coronary arteries, I would go with the cardiologist's recommendations and/or seek a second opinion from another cardiologist.
You are on the Hypertension Board, and hypertension is a risk factor for heart disease.
Seek professional medical attention.