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5 Spices That May Help To Prevent Blood Clotting And Improve Heart Health

Blood Clotting is a natural process the body uses to bring about healing when any part of the body is injured.

But it is sometimes very delicate and dangerous when it occurs in our blood vessels inside the body obstructing the flow of blood to the major organs such as the lungs, heart and brain.

Blood Clotting is the major reason why people get stroke and heart attack.

Some common spices we include in our food are natural blood thinners that can enhance blood thinning and prevent blood clotting leading to effective blood circulation and heart health.

Below are important spices that may act as blood thinners:

1. Garlic.

According to medical news today, some studies have shown that garlic have shown to prevent blood clotting. Although the effect can be short-lived.

2. Ginger.

Ginger is a common spice that is used in preparation of many recipes and in folks medicine. It contains salicylate which is a natural blood thinner.

3. Tumeric.

Tumeric is another popular spice that can act as a blood thinner and prevent blood clotting. Tumeric contains an important natural compounds known as cucumin.

Cucumin is an effective natural blood thinner. It is helpful in preventing blood clotting .

4. Cayenne Pepper.



Like ginger, cayenne pepper is an important spice that acts as a natural blood thinner because they contain salicylates.

5. Cinnamon.

Cinnamon and cassia contain important compound known as coumarin which is used in many drugs as an effective anticoagulant

Natural blood thinners presented above are natural compounds that may help in the prevention of blood clotting in order to prevent heart diseases and stroke.

They should not be used if you are on blood thinning medications . They are also not good to be taken a few days or weeks before surgery.

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