Heart

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

  • Garlic
  • Ginko
  • Ginseng
  • Green Tea
  • Hawthorn
  • Hemp Oil
  • Lavender
  • Oregano
  • Quercetin

Natural Cures and Remedies for Heart

Sadly, her downward spiral could not be stopped. Melinda died of heart failure at age thirty-nine, even though her symptoms could have been reversed by diet and safe nutritional supplements.

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.

Aloe Vera Leaf, Artichoke, Astragalus Root, Black Cohosh, Blessed Thistle, Blue Green Algae, Bromelain, Bugleweed, Butchers Broom, Cayenne, Celery Seed, Cocoa, Cordyceps Mushroom, Dandelion Root, Evening Primrose, Fenugreek, Flaxseed, Garlic, Gentian, Ginger Root, Goldenseal Root, Gotu Kola, Grapeseed, Graviola, Green Tea, Gum Guggul, Hawthorn Leaf, Kelp, Khella, Korean Ginseng, Maitake Mushroom, Milk Thistle, Oat Straw, Olive Leaf, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Parsley Leaf, Passion Flower, Peppermint Leaf, Psyllium, Quercetin, Red Wine Extract, Skull Cap, Soy, Uva Ursi, Valerian Root

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.

Excessive drinking imposes a strain on the liver. It gradually destroys its functions and often causes cirrhosis of the liver. It leads to disorders of the stomach and bowels. It can cause brain damage as brain cells are often affected by it. Alcohol also affects the heart which becomes weak and flabby.

Counting of pulse is quite easy. Feel the pulse on your left wrist with the middle three fingers of your right hand. Press just firmly enough to feel the beat easily. Now count the number of beats in 15 seconds, with the help of a watch with clear second hand and calculate your rate by multiplying by four. At rest heart beats 70 to 80 times a minute. This rate increases during exercise. Really vigorous can produce rates as high as 200 beats per minute or more.

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.