From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Circulation:
- Bilberry Complex
- Black Currant Oil
- Cats Claw
- Dong Quai
- Ginko Biloba
- Rose Hips
Natural Cures and Remedies for Circulation
and rapid heart rate. Poor circulation can lead to a host of issues, including varicose veins, cold hands and feet, and poor memory or decreased cognitive function. Hawthorn is indicated with any of these as a good choice to increase blood flow to areas that need it.
In January 2002 researchers reported in the journal Circulation that repeated infections greatly increased a person’s risk of dying from coronary artery disease. Literally, the more infections people experienced, the more likely they were to develop and die from heart disease. It wasn’t that the bacteria and viruses were directly infecting the heart. More likely, repeated infections maintained a heightened activity of immune cells, which unleashed part of their damage on blood vessel walls.
Barberry Root, Bilberry, Blessed Thistle, Bromelain, Bupleurum Root, Butchers Broom, Calendula, Cassia, Catuaba, Cayenne, Cinnamon, Cordyceps Mushroom, Curcumin and Turmeric Root, Dandelion Root, Dong Quai, Evening Primrose, Fenugreek, Flaxseed, Garlic, Gentian, Ginger Root, Ginkgo Biloba, Gotu Kola, Grapeseed, Green Tea, Hawthorn Leaf, Horny Goat Weed, Horse Chestnut, Kelp, Korean Ginseng, Muirapauma, Myrrh, Nettle, Olive Leaf, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Prickly Ash Bark, Quercetin, Rehmannia Root, Skull Cap, Turmeric Root
Frees system from obstructions and toxins Bay-berry has a particular a?nity for the cardiovas-cular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal systems when they are overburdened by hardened mucus. Within the heart and cardiovascular system, bayberry works as an astringent and vessel toner, steadily increasing circulation and creating a positive outward flow of blood. Within the gas – trointestinal system, bayberry works as a tonic to resolve damp conditions and promote healthy breakdown and absorption. It pulls together excessive fluids and stimulates the release of toxins.
Lack of inositol causes loss of hair. Any person having trouble with his or her hair should eat foods rich in inositol such as yeast, liver and molasses. Research has, however, shown that women have a low requirement of inositol. Although this vitamin may help to stimulate the growth of a woman’s hair, its lack is probably not a major cause of slow growth . Women are generally deficient in iodine and vitamin B1, either of which can slow down circulation to the scalp to such an extent that hair may fall out and new hair grow in very slowly. Women who keep their diets adequate in iodine, the B vitamins and iron have a better growth of hair.
Several home remedies have been found useful in the prevention and treatment of the loss of the hair. The most effective among these remedies is a vigorous rubbing of the scalp with fingers after washing the hair with cold water. The scalp should be rubbed vigorously till it starts to tingle with the heat. It will activate the sebaceous glands and energise the circulation of blood in the affected area, making the hair grow healthy.
Lack of exercise: exercise stimulates the circulation in your body and the supply of oxygen and nutrients to your brain. If you don’t move much, such vital supplies will be sluggish and you will feel sluggish too.