Herbs for Circulation

There are a range of herbs for circulation that have been proven through research and studies to have properties that are beneficial in maintaining circulation.  Incorporating herbs, adopting a healthy lifestyle and making good dietary choices helps to reduce the risk of becoming a victim of circulatory problems.  It cannot be laboured enough, that making some minor adjustments to lifestyle can help to prevent potentially life threatening conditions.

Two Common Health Conditions caused by Circulation Problems

  • Hypertension or high blood pressure is becoming increasingly common for the middle aged and the elderly.  The blood flow is impeded by plaque deposits that have built up on the internal walls of the arteries.  Although there are several causes that can lead to high blood pressure that may require to be treated.  Blood pressure can be lowered and maintained by making changes in lifestyle, diet and using recommended herbs for circulation in our daily life.
  • Hardening of the arteries is caused by the narrowing of the arteries due to the plaque and fatty deposits that also cause hypertension.  Smokers, in particular, are prone to chronic inflammation of their veins and arteries, particularly in the legs and feet.  This condition is referred to as Raynaud disease and often when untreated leads to gangarene and loss of limbs.

Herbs used in treatment of Circulatory Conditions.

  1. Black cohosh is a plant that comes mainly from the US and Canada.  The plant is tall, pretty with white flowers. It has an unpleasant smell and thick black, knotty roots.  It is widely available as a tea preparation and is known to have Vitamins A and B5, calcium, iron, potassium, lipids, resin and phosphorus properties.  It has a successful and proven track record in treating several medical conditions, including circulation conditions.
  2. Cayenne or Capsicum has stimulant and antiseptic properties.  It can be used externally in a cream, liniment or an infused oil to be rubbed into the affected part.  The only warning is not to use near the eyes.  Alternatively,  taken as a tincture it works as an internal stimulant for the heart and helps to strengthen the arteries and improve blood flow.
  3. Ginko biloba helps to improve blood flow to the brain and the heart.  It is recommended frequently as part of the treatment of thrombosis, varicose veins and cramps.  It also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help to relax the lungs and is helpful for asthma sufferers.
  4. A blend of herbs for circulation can be combined in a tincture to provide a stronger and more effective herbal blood circulation treatment.  Equal measures of Cayenne, Ginger, Garlic and Ginkgo in a tincture taken daily, is quickly absorbed and multiplies the curative properties it provides to the body.  Alternatively, a prepared tablet or capsule forms are available from health food stores.

Herbs are natural products that contain single or multiple properties that have a beneficial effect on the human body systems. The recommended herbs for circulation contain several health properties that will be explained fully with the accompanying product label when bought in health food stores.

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