Blood Clots

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Blood Clots:

  • Flaxseed
  • Quercetin

Natural Cures and Remedies for Blood Clots

The recommended daily requirement is 2.0 mg. for adults and 0.2 mg. for children. This vitamin used therapeuticlly from 100 to 150 mg. daily can relieve painful jonts and the discomforts of pregnancy and pre-menstrual symptoms. Vitamin B6 is now the most intensively studied of all vitamins. Researches are on the threshold of a number of promising developments involving treatments of various ailments with this vitamin. They include hyperactivity in children, asthma, arthritis, kidney stones, blood clots in heart attack victims and nervous disorders.

Garlic is another herb that can be used for many health problems. It is a great improver of the circulation, and can prevent the development of clogged up arteries in people who are in a high-risk category (e.g. having a family history of heart disease, being overweight, smoking and having a high-calorie diet). It can help to bring high blood pressure down and keep your cholesterol low, and it also reduces blood clotting, so it can be very useful for people with a history of blood clots.

Flaxseed, Quercetin

Today, with a clearer picture of the role of inflammation in heart disease and good documentation for the anti-inflammatory and heart-protective role of vitamin E, the early successes of the Shute brothers are better understood. Certainly, vitamin E has important health roles beyond that of just a mild and safe anti-inflammatory nutrient. It is the body’s principal fat-soluble antioxidant and, as such, blocks free-radical oxidation to cholesterol, which stimulates inflammation and is one of the initia-tors of heart disease. As an anticoagulant, vitamin E helps prevent abnormal blood clots. It also inhibits the proliferation of ‘smooth muscle”

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia. (The second most common form is caused by blood clots from ministrokes, a cardiovascular problem.) Alzheimer’s is characterized by a serious impairment and worsening of memory, plus a decline in at least one other cognitive function, such as in perception or language skills. As Alzheimer’s pro-166

Dissolves blood clots Matthew Wood (2008) has used sage in his clinical practice to treat blood clots. His experience is that sage dissolves clots safely without dislodging them, which would be the biggest concern with such treatment. Sage has a strong cardiovascular e?ect and has also been used to reduce painful varicose veins. Although I have no clinical experience with this, I would find it interesting to see its results on pathologies such as hemorrhagic cysts or endo-metriosis. It is also considered a heart tonic. Calms anxiety Sage has traditionally been used to calm overly excited states such as nervousness, anxiety, and tremors. It promotes a calming sen – sation to the brain, which is particularly helpful for overthinkers.