Are you feeling like a slushie? Do your veins seem like they’re packed with gumboot glue? If yes, then you’re most likely experiencing thick blood. Thick blood can be caused by various factors such as dehydration, high cholesterol levels or even genetics.
The human body is fascinating, don’t you think? Sometimes it can fix itself all on its own if we give it the right tools to do so. In this article, we’ll go through different ways to naturally thin your blood without using traditional pharmaceuticals.
The Benefits of Natural Remedies
Before getting into the specifics of natural remedies for thinning your blood, let’s first discuss why going ‘au naturel’ might be beneficial in comparison to relying solely on prescription drugs.
For that matter alone (yes! Pun intended) , here are some benefits:
Fewer side effects
Prescription medication often comes with adverse side effects ranging from mild ones like headaches and constipation to more severe ones such as internal bleeding and liver damage.
Pharmaceuticals make money off sick people; there’s no hiding that fact. Using natural remedies not only puts less strain on your pocket but also helps support small businesses who sell these products.
Unlike prescription medication whose dosage is dependent upon weight and age etc., natural remedies allow you to customize according to what works best for YOUR body.
Now that we’ve established why natural remedies may benefit us more than prescription meds let’s get into the specifics!
Foods To Incorporate in Your Diet
Nutrition plays an essential role in our overall health – including our circulatory system (which includes our blood). By adding certain foods rich in nutrients proven effective at reducing clotting(don’t deny it – I know when somebody says clotting – nobody jumps up out of excitement screaming “oh boy!!”). Here are five that you may want to add:
1. Wild Salmon
Wild salmon is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids that have anti-inflammatory properties, which aid in reducing thickening and clotting of blood.
Turmeric has an active ingredient called Curcumin, a natural blood thinner that helps reduce coagulation by preventing platelets from clumping together(seriously, how can one NOT snicker at the word “platelets”? Get your mind out of the gutter though!)
Cinnamon has anticoagulant properties and prevents clotting#anotherpunforeveryoneandtakeit!, making it a suitable food inclusion for those wanting to keep their blood flowing smoothly.
Aside from being fantastic for digestion, ginger contains salicylate – also known as aspirin’s active ingredient (which in turn makes you so happy it’s like biting into a moist freshly baked apple pie on Thanksgiving day!)A specific substance that thins your blood naturally.
Spinach is another great source of Omega-3 fatty acids (just like wild salmon) but not only are these little leaves beneficial in fighting against cardiovascular diseases and stroke – they work diligently towards thinning our blood as well!
If you’re feeling flabby or lethargic lately if exhaustedness lingers don’t jump upon taking prescription medicine right away.
Natural remedies offer many benefits beyond cost-effectiveness:
Fewer side effects,
Relying on raw and nutritious foods
Make some changes to your diet today; grab some turmeric or spinach during lunchtime maybe even make dinner tonight a lovely piece of wild salmon seasoned with ginger while sprinkling cinnamon over dessert alongside! Have fun experimenting with new recipes using these products incorporated in them❤️
Hey there, I’m Dane Raynor, and I’m all about sharing fascinating knowledge, news, and hot topics. I’m passionate about learning and have a knack for simplifying complex ideas. Let’s explore together!
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