Please use the home remedies for Heart Care below.
This ancient recipe dating from the middle Ages. The preparation is used to combat the weakness of the heart.
100 g of leaves and stems fresh parsley, chopped 750 ml (one bottle) of white wine 10 ml cider vinegar 200 g of honey Place ingredients, except honey in a saucepan and cook over low heat for 10 minutes. Add the honey and cook the mixture for five minutes. Strain and bottle the liquid. Take 30 ml (2 tablespoons) three times a day.
Lemon balm tea
It is used to moderate palpitations when suffering from stress. Caraway is one of the oldest herbs, and is cultivated both for its food value as the medicinal.
20 g of dried lemon balm leaves 20 g of dried rue leaves 20 g caraway seeds Mix ingredients and store in an airtight container. To prepare the tea, add a heaping teaspoon of the mixture to 200 ml of hot water and let stand 20 minutes. Then strain the liquid and, if desired, sweeten with honey. Take up to two cups a day.
This combination of herbs helps to boost circulation.
40 g of hawthorn flowers and leaves dry 20 g of dried rosemary 20 mg of gotu kola 20 g of dried raspberry leaves Mix all ingredients and store in an airtight container. To prepare the infusion let stand a teaspoon of the mixture, 250 ml (one cup) of boiling water for 20 minutes. Strain the infusion and, if desired, add honey to sweeten it. Take up to three cups a day.
This helps to relieve the tachycardia.
20 g of dried lime flowers 20 g of dried lavender flowers 20 g of dried rue leaves 20 g of dried hops Mix ingredients and store in an airtight container. To make tea, steep one teaspoon of the mixture, 250 ml (one cup) of boiling water for 20 minutes. Strain the tea and, if desired, sweeten with honey. Take up to three cups a day.
It is a pleasant tasting drink, which promotes relaxation.
15 g of dried valerian root The peel of an orange A sprig of rosemary A clove One liter of white wine Put ingredients in an airtight bottle and let marinate for four weeks. Then strain the liquid into a saucepan, boil for one minute and return to the bottle airtight. Take a small cup (45 ml) of wine three times a day.
Control of hypertension
Many people suffer from hypertension, that while a serious health risk, can be controlled. In many cases, hypertension is a consequence of obesity and poor nutrition. If diabetes is complicated and excessive concentration of cholesterol in the blood, the risk of heart attack or stroke is much greater.
This remedy helps to lower high blood pressure. The leaves, flowers and hawthorn berries are used medicinally since the Middle Ages, and in the decade of the 30 French scientists found that olive leaves are hypotensive and hypoglycemic, ie reducing both blood pressure and glucose concentration in the blood.
20 g of hawthorn flowers and leaves dry 20 g of dried olive leaves 20 g of leaves of wild dagga (lion's ear, Leonotis Leonurus) dry 20 g of dried lemon balm leaves Mix all ingredients and store in an airtight container. To prepare the infusion, place a heaping teaspoon of mixture into a cup and add 250 ml of boiling water. Let stand for 20 minutes infusion, strain it and, if desired, sweeten with honey. Take up to three cups a day.
Besides adding flavor to food, rosemary stimulates circulation.
15 g of dried rosemary leaves 750 ml (one bottle) of white wine Place the rosemary in a bottle and pour the wine over it. Close the bottle with a cork or screw cap and let the mixture marinate for five days. Then pour the liquid through a fine sieve into another bottle airtight. Take a small cup (45 ml) of wine at lunch and dinner.
Buckeye bath for the feet
The active substances of the horse chestnut help to strengthen blood vessels.
15 g of leaves and fruits of dried horse chestnut 2 teaspoons dried thyme leaves 2 teaspoons of dried nettle leaves 500 ml (2 cups) water Mix dry ingredients and put two teaspoons of this preparation in a refractory container. Boil water, pour over the ready, let stand an infusion, strain and store. Add two tablespoons of the infusion to four liters of water and use this mixture as a foot bath.
The dilated veins known as varicose veins are not a new disease, our ancestors also suffered, and that weakness may be inherited vein.
Varicose veins form when the valves in the veins weaken and impede the movement of the legs toward the heart. Blood then collects in the veins, which swell, deform and cause pain.
Constipation can compress the veins of the abdomen and hinder the flow from the legs. Weak vein can also cause hemorrhoids, which manifest with pain and itching in the rectum.
Infusion for variceal
This remedy is very abundant in routine, a plant compound that has the ability to strengthen vein walls.
20 g whole buckwheat grains 20 g of crude dried flowers 20 g of dried elder flowers Mix ingredients and store in an airtight container. To prepare the tea, steep one teaspoon full of the mixture in 250 ml (one cup) of boiling water for 20 minutes. Strain the infusion and, if desired, sweeten with honey. Take up to three cups a day.
Relieves discomfort caused by hemorrhoids.
6 drops of cypress oil 6 drops of chamomile oil 3 drops peppermint oil 20 drops of vegetable oil Add two drops of cypress oil, two of chamomile oil and peppermint oil to your bath seat. Take the bathroom for 5 to 10 minutes. Then mix the remaining oil and apply to the affected area.
List of Home Remedies for Heart Care
In the nineteenth century, almost all households had a kit of remedies prepared from medicinal plants. You can also draw on these remedies buying small amounts of herbal medicines you may need in the near future. Chamomile, for example, reduces inflammation and prepared by infusion, it relieves some diseases of the stomach, calms the nerves and aid sleep.
The wild rose, elderberry flowers and lime are used to relieve colds, hops, lemon balm and valerian, to combat stress and insomnia. Among plants beneficial for the heart and reducing blood pressure include hawthorn, garlic, lavender and rose.
Tested Remedies For the heart
• Hot baths with valerian root or leaves of lemon balm relaxes and soothes palpitations.
• Do 20 minutes of daily outdoor exercise to oxygenate the blood and strengthen the heart.
• If heart, avoid coffee - caffeine can cause tachycardia - and stop smoking: smoking affects the heart and circulatory system.
• To alleviate the palpitations drink a glass of water with two tablespoons of sugar and a few drops of lemon juice.
• If hypertensive, avoid being overweight. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables and whole grains and reduce intake of meat. • The garlic is considered a panacea by many healers and naturopathic doctors. Used long to prevent clogging of the arteries and control hypertension. Chopped chives, sprinkled on food, are also used to lower high blood pressure and to stimulate resistance to infection.
• Soak feet alternately in hot and cold water strengthens blood vessels. It is a traditional remedy for poor circulation. • To improve the general circulation are very useful friction in the foot with rosemary oil. They should avoid this oil for pregnant women, people with hypertension and epilepsy. • The garlic, raw onion and ginger help reduce cholesterol in the blood, thereby reducing the risk of atherosclerosis.
Varicose Veins and Hemorrhoids
Strengthen veins • exercising (swimming, cycling or running). Do not spend much time sitting or standing.
• To relieve the itching of hemorrhoids, take a cold sitz bath, dry the affected area and apply a little Vaseline.
• Pain Hemorrhoids are treated daily slathering of 1 to 2 drops of oil of witch hazel to the affected area, helping to reduce and alleviate the discomfort.
Virtues of parsley: This herb is useful in combating heart weakness and fluid retention, menstrual irregularities, cystitis, and some gastrointestinal disorders such as indigestion and colic.