Prevention of heart disease by natural methods – Doctor of the Day

The prevention of heart disease is, of course, an option nowadays for several reasons.

During a myocardial infarction, more specifically a blockage in the coronary artery, one of the blood vessels that carry blood to the heart muscle becomes blocked. The disease is the leading cause of death in many countries around the world, with one in five people in the U.S. dying each year from a heart attack, which is the death of one adult every three minutes.

Let’s see what natural (and virtually penny) methods exist to prevent heart disease.

Herbs to prevent heart disease:

Amaranth (pork loin, Amaranthus species) :

Its leaves are one of our richest sources of plant calcium and thus significantly reduce the risk of heart attack. White goose top, a big nettle, a horse beans, watercress, licorice, marjoram, clump, red testicle shoot and thyme.

Willow (Salix species):

Willow bark contains salicin, a plant-based feedstock for aspirin. Many studies show that taking small amounts of aspirin – 1 / 2-1 tablet a day – can significantly reduce the risk of a heart attack by blocking the blood clots that are the cause of a heart attack. 1 / 2-1 teaspoons of white willow bark contains approximately 100,000 ppm (parts per million) of salicin (approximately 100 mg). 1 teaspoon of crust is required for approx. 1 cup of tea. Soak in boiling water for 15 minutes and then filter. It is necessary to drink 1 cup daily or every other day.

Angelica archangelica:

There are 15 different beta-blocking compounds in angelica root (this is what doctors usually prescribe to lower blood pressure and heart rate). If you are taking a beta-blocker, discuss the use of angelica with your doctor.

Hawthorn (Crataegus species):

Hawthorn is known to have a mild heart-strengthening effect. It is especially useful in treating heart failure caused by circulatory disorders. It increases the blood flow to the heart by dilating the coronary arteries.


Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis):

Rosemary is one of the most antioxidant-rich herbs and is therefore an extremely effective preservative. The antioxidant compounds in it prevent the rancidity of the fats in the meat. They do practically the same thing with human blood vessels.

It’s just a little taste of the rich repository of herbs. The treatments are described in another article.

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