Circulation: herbs to improve blood flow
Poor circulation makes itself felt in many ways including fatigue, poor concentration and swelling in legs and feet. Circulation problems can be caused by a weak heart, veins narrowed by plaque buildup, and poor vein tone. It is often compounded by our lifestyle, either we are sitting at a desk, or working standing on our feet all day, and then come home and collapse on the couch in front of the TV.
Taking prescription blood thinners and other heart medications should not be supplemented or combined with medicinal doses of herbs. Consult with your health care provider about possible interactions with your medications. Get a checkup if you are having symptoms. If you are already taking prescription blood thinners and other heart medications, be aware of possible interactions.
- Arnica Oil
- Bilberry Tea
- Birch Bark tea with Ginger
- Birch, Ginkgo & Red clover tea
- Broom Circulation and vein tonic.
- Butchers Broom Tea
- Cayenne Menthol Salve
- Cayenne Pepper Tea
- Dandelion and bilberry "coffee"
- Eye Tea
- Fire Cider
- Fire Starter
- Ginger and rosemary bath
- Ginger root infused oil
- Hibiscus, Pennywort Circulation Tonic
- Morning Circulation Tonic
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