Home Remedies Heart Disease

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

  • 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

Natural Cures and Remedies for Heart Disease

In the beginning, two juice meals may be replaced by milk and fruits. Then gradually juice meals may be substituted by a balanced-diet.

Arnica is not suitable for internal use as it can be quite toxic, unless it is in a homeopathic form. For the same reason you should not apply it to open wounds and cuts, as too much arnica can then be absorbed into the bloodstream. However, applying the ointment well away from the cut is acceptable: keep a 2-3cm gap between the margin of the cut and the cream application, and apply arnica in a thinner layer than you would to unbroken skin, where it can be applied quite liberally. There is little point in applying arnica to injuries that are more than one day old – arnica is very much a first-aid item that must be applied as soon as possible after the injury to prevent local haemorrhage and swelling.

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

On the advice of her doctor, Denise ate a high-carbohydrate meal in the evening. She made sure that she ate only complex carbohydrates, along with some fat, to help reduce the large fluctuations in her insulin level. Denise also started to take 50 mg of 5-HTP before bed. After one week she increased this dose to 100 mg. Denise was delighted with the result. Not only did her cravings and irritability disappear, Denise found that she was now sleeping better.

More than two thousand studies on omega-3 fatty acids have been published in medical journals, adding up to a wealth of persuasive data, and many studies have found that supplements and omega-3 rich foods can significantly reduce levels of several inflammation-promoting compounds in people: thromboxane B , prostaglandin E , interleukin-1, and 2

Trailing along the forest floor, this little herb ensures a safe passage for both mother and child during labor.

Mark Blumenthal is another dedicated herbalist who has truly devoted himself to the study, trade, and research of herbal medicine in North America. As the founder of the American Botanical Counsel, he encourages the public to make educated, responsi-ble choices about herbal medicine as an accepted part of healthcare. The counsel’s mission is to provide education using science-based and traditional information to promote responsible use of herbal medicine to serve the public, researchers, educators, healthcare professionals, industry, and media. Mark started his herbal journey as a hobbyist. As a young adult in the 1960s, he began picking up herb books at natural grocery stores and visiting the woods to identify the plants he was studying. His first real business venture, selling herbs to small, local grocers, eventually grew into a company that created and distributed Mark’s own herbal products. Since then, he has become a leader in herbal product regulation. Through years of work, Mark came to realize that herbal education was the missing link in North America and decided to dedicate his life to this endeavor.