Thick blood is dangerous to health. Slow blood flow leads to oxygen deficiency in the internal organs and the formation of blood clots.
Recipes And Diet For Blood Thinning
Many people use aspirin to thin the blood. The use of aspirin has undoubted benefits for dilution into the blood. But, along with them, there are many contraindications to the regular use of the popular pill. Particles of aspirin stick to the walls of the stomach and it forms ulcers. That is why the herbalists use aspirin as a replacement for decoctions of raspberry leaves and black currant leaves.
Salicylic acid can be found in the composition of many fruits and vegetables, but in an amount, insufficient for significant impact on blood clotting
Also, it is important to know that it is important to reduce the consumption of foods rich in vitamin K as they contribute to blood clotting. Among them, in the first place, it is necessary to point out the fruits of the chokeberry. Vitamin K also has spinach, lettuce, and other vegetables. If you have thick blood, you should know that foods rich in vitamin K make it even thicker.
Fish fats contribute not only to the dilution of the blood but also to the absorption of existing blood clots and sclerotic plaques. So doctors recommend eating fish at least 2-3 times a week.
Make sure your diet contains enough iodine. For this purpose, you should regularly eat sea kale. Dry extract of sea kale is added to the food instead of salt. The amount you need to use is no more than 1 teaspoonful. Sea kale, or also known as Laminaria, reduces the viscosity of the blood and increases the vascular tone.
Food containing taurine that normalizes blood pressure contributes to blood thinning. Most taurine is in seafood and sea fish. Add also walnuts and almonds to the diet (1 tablespoon a day).
Eating garlic reduces the viscosity of the blood
Include in your diet melon, grapefruit, red peppers, and tomatoes.
Contribute to thinning the blood as an occasional consumption and ginkgo biloba, cherries, and sour cherries. Excellent dilutes the blood and red wine. A glass of wine a day with food is a great tool.
Drink orange juice every day, no more than half a glass – this is an excellent way to thin the blood as well as a source of vitamin C. Just keep in mind that orange juice is contraindicated in stomach ulcer and gastritis with high acidity.
Take 250 g ( 8 oz) of peeled garlic, squeeze it and add 300 g (10oz) of honey. Treatment last for 3 weeks. The dose is 1 tablespoon 3 times a day 40 minutes before a meal.
Pour 2 cups of vodka and 100 grams ( 3.5 oz) of ground nutmeg. Treatment last for 21 days, shake daily, then filter. Drink 20-30 drops diluted in 1/4 cup hot water 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. Take five courses with a break of 10 days between each course.
Eat at least 1 tablespoon of wheat germ daily. It is recommended to add them to vegetable salads + 1 teaspoon flaxseed oil (source of omega-3-unsaturated fatty acids).
In the treatment with sprouts, it is necessary to reduce the consumption of bread and flour products.
Cinnamon and ginger also dilute the blood. You will need fresh ginger (about 1.5 inch), a pinch of cinnamon (on the tip of a knife), 1 tsp green tea. Pour 2 cups boiling water in a bowl, add the ginger and let it boil. Remove from heat and strain. Add green tea and let it soak for no more than 2-3 minutes. Again strain and add cinnamon. Drink throughout the day.
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