Improving blood circulation is a key factor in good health. This is because nutrients get to the tissues and toxins leave the tissues via the blood circulation.
So if our blood circulation is not operating optimally, nutrition and detox will not work optimally either. We can greatly improve many aspects of our health by improving blood circulation.
Stimulating the blood circulation will assist just about every body process and improve every system of the body.
It will improve the transport of nourishment, the elimination of toxins, and the function of the Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Lymphatic (Immune) System.
Most households throughout the West will include some form of Cayenne in the kitchen but most people probably do not realise what a powerfully healing herb it really is. It is particularly a great blood circulation stimulant.
Ginger is today an ingredient in more than 50 percent of traditional herbal remedies. Its properties as an anti-oxidant and circulatory stimulant means that it has been used to treat many conditions, including nausea, indigestion, fever, and infection.
Ginkgo is one of the top ten best-selling medications in Germany. It is also very popular in France. It is used for a wide range of purposes – mostly related to its ability to improve circulation and act as an anti-oxidant.
Hawthorn’s therapeutic actions come from the berries, flowers and leaves. The total complex of plant constituents is considered valuable as a remedy for those with circulatory and cardiac problems.
Most people probably think of ‘circulation’ in terms of whether or not they have warm or cold hands and feet (at least in the UK or similar climates!).
However, we couldn’t live if we did not have blood circulation and improving the circulation of body fluids can definitely be expected to keep you healthy for much longer than would otherwise be the case. And, in many cases, it can dramatically improve your health.
One of the best ways to improve circulation is through exercise.
Basically, any exercise is better than none. (And don’t worry: walking round the house really does not qualify as exercise, if that’s your reasoning!) However, some types of exercise are better than others.
Many people believe that emotions – positive or negative, can alter the course of even major physical diseases. Emotions obviously can affect certain body functions, such as heart rate, sweating, sleep patterns, and bowel movements.
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