Hawthorn slows down the heartbeat and calms heart nervousness

Hawthorn slows down the heartbeat and calms heart nervousness
There is no definitive treatment for “heart failure”. The normal reaction of the patient (by which this diagnosis is verified) is fear and confusion. A patient can live a long, good and quality life if the disease is recognized, well understood and accepted and the person adheres to the prescribed therapy. Weaknesses of the heart are common among the younger population today and can appear in different forms (for example, discomfort, fluttering, heart palpitations, weakened heart muscle, angina pectoris, inflammatory condition of the heart muscle and heart valve).
There is a natural remedy effective for strengthening and rhythm of the heart muscle
The natural remedy contains hawthorn, which has been successfully used against various heart diseases for centuries. Tincture with hawthorn gives the best results after three months of daily use (especially for older people with heart failure). The tea will give positive effects (against many diseases related to the heart) after a few months of use. Hawthorn strengthens blood circulation, significantly affects the regulation of blood pressure and cholesterol levels in the blood.
Hawthorn strengthens and nourishes the heart of the elderly and stimulates the work of the heart
Hawthorn is an excellent tool for mitigating the effects of degenerative changes on the heart muscle, poor blood circulation, heart attack and low/or high blood pressure.
Hawthorn is mentioned as early as 1305 in the historical records of the physician of the French King Henry IV. Leaves, flowers and fruits of hawthorn prevent arrhythmia, widen coronary blood vessels, reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the serum, relieve symptoms of angina pectoris and lower blood pressure (because they cause dilation of peripheral blood vessels). Then hawthorn tincture or alternatively hawthorn tea is used.
Hawthorn fruits have a bitter and sour taste. Hawthorn fruits become softer and tastier after the first frosts. They are also used in cooking because they contain a lot of vitamin C, provitamin A, citric and tartaric acids, sugar and pectins.
Hawthorn plays a significant role in the treatment of poor digestion and normalization of the work of the digestive tract


The flowers and leaves should be picked during the spring and are used for medicinal purposes. They contain significant amounts of flavonoids and oligomeric procyanidins. Hawthorn is considered one of the strongest tonics for the heart. It has the properties of preserving collagen (which directly helps the formation of connective tissue). This ability is useful for people with arthritis (and similar problems) because hawthorn helps protect against damage caused by free radicals.
Homemade tincture with hawthorn is made from 96% pharmacy alcohol (or 70% medical alcohol). Measure out 20 grams of hawthorn flowers and leaves. Pour 100 ml of alcohol over the cut flowers and leaves. Increase the amount proportionally if you want a larger amount of tincture. Keep for 3 weeks in a glass jar at room temperature. Strain after 3 weeks and the homemade tincture is ready for use. The tincture is usually taken 3 to 4 times a day (15 drops in a little water before meals and on an empty stomach).
The three-month application of the homemade tincture gives the best results. So you can immediately take a measure of 300 ml medical alcohol and 60 grams of the plant (which will be enough for 3 months). Crushed fruits with leaves (before soaking in medical alcohol) can also be used for homemade tincture.




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