Thursday, February 15, 2018

Home Remedies for Heart Attack

theheartfoundation.org tells us "February is Heart Health Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. The good news? It is also one of the most preventable. ........

This post is in honor of Heart Health Month / February

Home Remedies
  • Antioxidants : Fruits and vegetables account for the highest levels of antioxidants. Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables lowers the risk of heart attack by 20%.
  • one glass of red wine a day helps blood circulation : Numerous studies show that polyphenols in grape-derived foods such as raisins, wine, and juice are effective in maintaining cardiovascular health, including bringing down blood pressure.
  • Apples contains a compound called rutin that has been found to be a potential clot-buster.
  • Carrots contain lots of beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. The World's Healthiest Foods site refers to an earlier 10 year Netherlands study on how diet influences cardiovascular disease (CVD). That study concluded that yellow and orange foods, especially carrots, protected against CVD
  • Tomatoes are high in lycopene.
  • Guava protects against blocked arteries, joint degeneration, nervous system problems and even possibly cancer.
  • Ho Shou Wu, also known as fo-ti or ho she wu, the root of this native Chinese vine is a powerful tonic to increase energy and maintain youthful vigor, while still having a calming effect. It contains a natural form of lecithin that helps lessen arterial plaque and lower blood pressure.
  • The polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats provided by walnuts promote cardiovascular health and have been shown to dramatically lower the risk of a heart attack.
  • Regular consumption of Cherries may help lower risk of Heart Attacks and stroke.
  • The unique phenols in strawberries prevent the clogging of the arteries that causes heart attacks and stroke. Unlike drugs, strawberries have no dangerous side effects
  • Natto: This Japanese fermented soy food is shown to help reduce and prevent the blood clotting that can cause stroke and heart attacks.
  • beetroot juice can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attacks and stroke.
  • One natural blood thinner is grape seed. The University of Maryland Medical Center advises between 25 and 150 mg of the extract one to three times per day. Another option is to cook with grape seed oil. Substitute it with olive oil when cooking with high heat.
  • Arginine, or L-arginine is an amino acid that can produce arterial dilation to keep arteries from constricting. Arginine generates short term nitrous oxide (NO), which acts only when needed to keep blood cells from clumping and clotting, but allows coagulation to occur when appropriate.
  • Vitamin K2, found in nattokinase or as separate supplements, keeps calcium from hardening along the inner artery walls of your arteries. This is usually what causes hardening of the arteries, calcification of the inner walls. K2 gets calcium out of the blood stream and into bone matter where it belongs.
  • Hawthorn berry has been used in Oriental Medicine for centuries. It is usually consumed as a tea. You can purchase or make your own tinctures as well, which many consider more potent than teas. Hawthorn berry is a vasodilator (artery and capillary dilator) that also strengthens the heart muscles and helps maintain regular heart beat rhythm.
  • Tocotrienol, found in natural vitamin E and some CoQ-10 products or even as a separate supplement, is a natural anti-coagulant without side effects.
  • Make a paste of honey and cinnamon powder, apply on bread, chappati, or other bread, instead of jelly and jam and eat it regularly for breakfast. It reduces the cholesterol in the arteries and saves the patient from heart attack. Also those who already had an attack, if they do this process daily, they are kept miles away from the next attack.
  • Other beneficial natural anti-coagulants are fish oil and vitamin C. Magnesium is vital for heart health. Proper diet and exercise are the common sense lifestyle rules that serve as your foundation for heart health regardless of any medicinal supplement choices you deem necessary.
  • Nattokinase is thought to be help dissolve abnormal blood clots. Abnormal blood clots can cause heart attacks and strokes, as well as conditions such as phlebitis, pulmonary embolism, or deep vein thrombosis.
  • natural blood thinners protect against blood
  • Pineapple is the source of bromelain, a protein-digesting enzyme that inhibits the formation of pro-inflammatory molecules.
  • regularly brushing your teeth can significantly reduce your risk for a heart attack.Brushing the teeth helps fight off bacteria that may cause an inflammation inside the body.
  • Astragalus is considered to be a cardiac tonic. In the cardiovascular system, the saponins in astragalus inhibit lipid peroxidation in the myocardium and one study using patients with angina revealed that cardiac output increased after two weeks of treatment. Astragalus strengthens left ventricular function and reduces free radical damage in patients after a heart attack and increases super oxide dismutase activity in cardiac muscle.
  • Rutin is proved to be a very potently anti-thrombotic compound.
  • Folic Acid supplementation improves arterial elasticity to lower heart attack risk.
  • One recent study in the American Journal of Cardiology showed that by taking a daily dose of red yeast rice, heart attack patients in China were an impressive 45% less likely to suffer another heart attack within five years. wikiwel.com
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Medical Disclaimer: 
This information is not meant to be substituted for medical advice. Always consult a medical professional regarding any medical problems and before undertaking any treatment or dietary changes.
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2 comments:

Reema dsouza said...

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Bren Murphy said...

Thank you for your awesome site - I didn't even know of some of those Chinese herbs - very helpful for my holistic education! Keep writing and sharing the good stuff!
thank you
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