Natural blood thinners or chemical anticoagulants?The blood circulation system carries blood to and from all parts of the body on an amazing journey through arteries, veins and tiny blood vessels that could stretch for 100 000 miles if they were laid out end to end.
This journey, like most journey's can be filled with adventures but also with dangers like heart palpitations, strokes and thrombosis'.
Anticoagulants are commonly prescribed for people in particular danger of developing blood clots, such as people who are bedridden, cancer patients, people with certain types of arrhythmias, and those who have had heart valve replacement surgery.
So the question is raised, can I use the natural stuff?
And just by the way If you prefer the natural route generally then you must check these ones out as well:
One nutrient that can lessen the effectiveness of Warfarin is Vitamin K.
Listed below are some of the foodstuffs rich in this Vitamin and should be avoided or taken in very small dosages.
Certain drinks can increase the effect of warfarin, leading to bleeding problems. Avoid or drink only small amounts of these drinks when taking warfarin:
Once your medical specialist has cleared you for using natural blood thinners, check out the list below and when used in small and regular quantities, these foods and herbs can have powerful pharmacological effects on the tendency of blood to clot, which can help save us from cardiovascular tragedies.
This is an amazing herb, not only for its antithrombotic and antiplatelet qualities but also for the fact that it:
Try this herb for a blood thinner, but also for:
Another versatile herb which can be used for a natural anticoagulant
as well as for
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In addition to being one of the purest fats available, olive oil retards the stickiness of blood platelets which may help account for olive oil's artery-protecting powers.
Olive Oil can also used for
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