Healing Recipes: The Best Natural Remedies For Angina Pectoris

Medicinal plants are an important part of the treatment of chronic coronary artery disease because they cleanse blood vessels and strengthen the heart muscle.

Angina Pectoris, mostly called only angina, is the most common chronic disease whose main symptom is powerful angina pain, localized in the middle of the chest. Mainly affects men aged between 45 and 55 years, while women in premenopausal age rarely get sick. The most common cause of angina is the process of atherosclerosis in coronary arteries, which leads to narrowing of the blood vessels and prevents normal blood flow.

Atherosclerosis occurs because of aging or increased percentage of fat in the blood, and formation accelerated hypertension, diabetes and smoking, although genetic heritage is an important factor as well. As a result of the narrowing of blood vessels, the heart muscle doesn’t get sufficient supply of blood and while in a certain physical effort comes to increased  blood consumption therefore the need for oxygen and nutrients is higher.

Due to the narrowing of the blood vessels caused by atherosclerosis, it is impossible to maintain normal blood circulation – to compensate for the lack, increases the frequency of heart beats and thus enters into a vicious circle: the metabolism speeds up, the decomposed products accumulate and their acidity affect nerve cells, the brain then sends alarm warning or a sensation described as angina pain.

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Stable angina occurs during or after physical activity (while running, climbing stairs, etc.) but can also be caused by pleasant or unpleasant experiences like being exposed to cold air, and even some foods can trigger its occurrence. The pain is felt behind the breastbone, it is manifested in the form of clamping pressure, burning, extending to the neck and jaw, shoulder and left arm, and lasts up to ten minutes. Accompanying symptoms are fatigue, cold sweat and fear of impending death.

Speaking of unstable angina pectoris, problems manly occur during sleep. The pain which is characteristic of this form of the disease has the same location and character like in the case of stable angina, but the intensity is stronger and lasts longer (30 minutes). Symptoms often do not stop after taking nitroglycerin, so the patient has to take another pill. The pain is accompanied by cold sweats and exhaustion; there are palpitations, nausea, vomiting, and unconsciousness. The prognosis of this form is uncertain, so hospitalization is necessary because it may easily develop myocardial infarction.


Treatment of angina pectoris – most effective natural recipes:

It is important to know that the treatment of this disease is a lifelong effort, and the success of the treatment is determined by the frequency and severity of changes, as well as the accompanying diseases. If there is a narrowing of the blood vessels, it is necessary to place stent or balloon dilation, in order to re-establish normal blood vessel transmittance, while severe cases require surgery and bypass the narrowing bypass.

Wine vinegar wraps

Heat to boiling 2,5 dl wine vinegar, remove from the stove and while still warm, soak bandages and wraps both hands with them. The wraps should be as warm as much as a person can take.

Hawthorn Tincture

Pour 20 g flower and leaf of hawthorn with 1 dl alcohol (96%) and let it stay at room temperature for 3 weeks. Then strain the liquid and take 15 drops with water before having a meal. If the tincture is diluted with five parts water, one can take 20 drops before lunch and dinner (a total of 40 drops per day) for 3 weeks.

Powerful mix

Mix 15 g valerian, hawthorn blossom, lavender flower, motherwort, cumin and fennel, and 10 g of lemon balm. Three tablespoons of the mixture pour in 5 dl of boiling water, cover and leave for 2 hours, then strain and sweeten with honey. Drink 3-4 times a day.

Wine for the heart

In a liter of red wine soak 10 fresh parsley stalks with leaves, and add 1-2 tablespoons of wine vinegar. Cook for 10 minutes over low heat. Finally, add 300 g acacia honey, cook for 4 minutes, then strain, pour into a bottle washed with alcohol and close tightly. As soon as you feel pain in the heart, take 1-3 tablespoons of the wine.

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