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Natural remedial measures for heart conditions


These natural remedies improve your heart and blood vessels

Natural remedial measures for heart conditions

GARLIC (Allium sativum)
* Promotes blood circulation
* Prevents blood clots formation
* Assists in the treatment of hardening of arteries
* Lowers blood fat
* Reduces high blood pressure

BANANA (rich in potassium)
* Helps the body to maintain normal blood pressure
* Reduces cholesterol level

ONIONS (rich in quercetin)
* Anticoagulant (Blood thinner)
* Good for the treatment of angina (pain in the region of the heart)
* Lowers cholesterol in the blood
* Supports the heart function
* Lowers blood pressure

LEMON GRASS (Cymbopogon citratus)
* Heart and blood vessels tonic
* Antioxidant
* Has a rejuvenating effect on the nervous system

GINGER
* Promotes blood circulation
* Supports heart and blood vessels
* Lowers blood pressure
* Avocado pear
* Helps to regulate blood pressure
* Supports the heart function
* Lowers the bad cholesterol (LDL), and increases the good cholesterol (HDL) level in the blood
* Tones muscles and nerves

TIGER NUTS , Cyperus esculentus (ofio in Yoruba, aki-awusa in Igbo)
* Whole body energizer and tonic
* For atherosclerosis (plaque formation in the blood vessels)
* Prevents heart attack and blood clot formation in the arteries
* Reduces the bad cholesterol

Other healing foods for the heart include;

Celery
Parsley
Virgin
Coconut oil
Citrus fruits such as oranges, grapefruit, lemon etc.
Cashew nut
Red wine
Grapes
Lettuce
Okra
Tomatoes
Cayenne pepper
Garden egg
Honey and pepper fruit (Dennettia tripetala, mmimi in Igbo)
Fish like mackerel, and sardines

Food supplements that support the heart which can be purchased from natural health shops or pharmacy include;

Vitamin E
Vitamin C
Bioflavonoids
Calcium
Coenzymes Q10
Selenium
Magnesium
Fish oil which is rich in omega 3 fatty acids

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Dr Gilbert Ezengige is a licensed natural medicine practitioner, lecturer and writer on health and social issues.

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