5 Natural Blood Thinners (And Why They Work)

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Be smart – work with your doctor and don’t just ditch your medication, but I’m going give you five solutions that might help you out because FOOD is insanely powerful at giving your body what it needs!

1. Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV)

Apple cider vinegar (with The Mother) is super powerful at thinning out your blood because it’s a natural anticoagulant. This stuff is more powerful than Metformin at reducing your blood sugar levels too, without the side effects. 2 tablespoons of ACV twice a day is all you need.

2. Turmeric

Turmeric is insanely powerful because it’s really high in curcumin. Curcumin is a root that’s a great anti-inflammatory and is going to thin your blood out.

3. Vitamin E

Vitamin E is in foods such as avocados, broccoli, and almonds. In 100 grams of almonds, you can get 25 milligrams of vitamin E! You can also take high-quality supplements, but be sure you’re getting the phytonutrients (antioxidants) which are called tocotrienols & tocopherols. 400 milligrams a day of a non-synthetic good quality Vitamin E is fantastic for thinning out the blood because of the anticoagulants it contains.

4. Omegas

Studies that show instead of taking NSAIDs, you can actually take 1,600 to 2,400 milligrams of omega-3 and it will actually have the same effect of an NSAID at reducing inflammation (which thins your blood).

5. Cinnamon

Cinnamon is full of phytonutrients that we know reduce inflammation and thins out your blood. Put some cinnamon in your coffee to get some of the benefits daily. More importantly, no bad side effects like the ones you’d get from a drug such as Warfarin (which has an ingredient also used in rat poison!)

Aspirin is increasing your risk of stomach cancers and ulcers by up to 30%. Replace the harmful drugs with some of these nutrient-dense foods today and get the same (if not better) results with no toxicity!

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