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Old 01-26-2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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natural alternative to plavix

my mom was taking plavix, and we believe it caused her to bleed behind the eye......is there anything natural that won't cause that side effect?
someone mentioned vitamin e and someone else mentioned nattokinase
any ideas?

 
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Re: natural alternative to plavix

plavix reduces how well your blood clots, but not as much as aspirin or coumadin. I think that ginger or ginseng can have a similar but lesser effect on blood clotting.

but you probably want to make sure that it works enough to prevent a heart attack!

 
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Re: natural alternative to plavix

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my mom was taking plavix, and we believe it caused her to bleed behind the eye......is there anything natural that won't cause that side effect?
someone mentioned vitamin e and someone else mentioned nattokinase
any ideas?
There are a number of natural blood thinners. I was on comuden for a while until I realized how dangerous it was and started investigating. I have been off drugs for several years with no problem after I realized acid blood causes blood cells to stick together. I was low on HCL and had leaky gut which was causing my heart to palpitate and race. I have discovered I had leaky gut,low stomach acids causing my food to not be digested properly mostly proteins. I got off the SAD diet. (standard american diet). eliminated all sugar, dairy, and wheat, take nattokinease,fresh organic vegetable juice, and HCL along with digestive enzymes. Simply put the digestion affects everything. Undigested food in the colon is breeding ground for parasites and bad bacteria that causes the blood to be acid instead of alkaline. Alkaline blood does not stick together,acid blood does. There is something called autointoxification that causes much disease, this autointoxification means the digestive system becomes a sewer of waste and filthy that affects the entire body causing sticky blood cells as just one bad thing. There is a book called alkalize or die. I suggest you read it and study up on the things I have touched on and make your own decisions. In case you are wondering why stomach acid is needed to prevent acid blood many times means you have a low acid in the stomach, while low stomach acid creates acid blood. So its simply acid blood is the result of poor and incomplete digestion and elimination. Many of us are floating in a sea of undigested food filth in our blood supporting all kinds of yeasts and bad bacterias.

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