Attack (Myocardial Infarction)
Herbal Remedies for
Herbs are useful to help prevent heart attacks, and to heal after an attack.
Hawthorn berries regulate, heal, repair and soothe the heart.
Pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 tsp. of hawthorn blossoms, steep for five to ten minutes, strain and take 2-3 cups daily for a
Or, take 10 drops extract in liquid twice daily, or take 1 tsp. of tincture three times daily.
Ginkgo biloba increases the blood supply to the brain, prevents accumulation of blood platelets and controls angina.
Take 20 drops of tincture three times daily. Take two 40 mg capsules of 24% standardized extract.
Note: If you take prescription blood-thinning medication, consult your health care provider before using ginkgo.
Ginger has a tonic effect on the heart, lowers cholesterol and inhibits blood platelet collection.
Make a fresh ginger infusion using 2 slices of fresh root per cup of water.
Take 2 cups daily.
Mistletoe strengthens capillary walls, encourages repair and slows heart rate.
Soak 1/2 tsp. of herb in 1 cup of water for twelve hours. Strain and drink three cups daily.
Make a tea by combining valerian, nettle, daisy, hops, lavender, dandelion, lemon balm and yarrow. Drink 3 cups daily.
Alfalfa, borage seed, horsetail, nettle, and pau d'arco are rich in minerals necessary for proper regulation of heart rhythm.
Black cohosh, oat straw, passionflower, valerian root, skullcap, and wood betony may help to regulate arrhythmias.
Butcher's broom, motherwort, and red sage strengthen the heart muscle.
Cayenne (capsicum), and ginger root strengthen the heart and are helpful for chest pain.
Gotu kola, primrose, and rosemary are helpful in managing angina.
Green tea has superb antioxidant properties. Drinking 10 to 20 cups a day can provide protection against heart disease and many other illnesses.
Note: If you take prescription blood-thinners, consult your doctor before taking green tea in capsule form.
Turmeric lowers blood cholesterol.
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