Blood clots: Three fruits that could 'naturally dissolve' potentially deadly blood clots


According to the treatment, its use as a complementary therapy for treating blood clots needs further investigation, however.

Another superfood linked touted for its anti-coagulation effects is ginger, which contains the chemical salicylate.

This plant compound happens to be the main chemical from which aspirin is made.

Although the addition of these spices to the diet could lower the likelihood of blood clotting complications, certain behaviours also are worth avoiding.

Chronic sleep deprivation is an important risk factor in the development of metabolic and endocrine dysfunction, as has been shown by several scientific studies to interfere with the circulatory system.


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