Anemia happens when there is a lack of hemoglobin in the blood. The most common cause of anemia is having low levels of iron because the body desperately needs iron to produce hemoglobin again. There are several reasons why iron levels may be low.

A poor diet – not having a balanced diet can result in iron deficiency. For example, when children drink a lot of milk and don’t eat other foods that contain iron.

Blood loss – When women have very heavy periods or have just given birth. Also if there is some internal bleeding in the digestive tract.

Rapid growth – Periods of rapid growth in children and adolescents

Iron disorder – Inability of the body to absorb iron and other nutrients

home remedies for anemia

 

Some young people develop anemia because they are on a diet that do not provide the body with the important nutrients needed for good health.

What are the common symptoms of anemia?

Fatigue, weakness, pale skin, headache, repeated infections and shortness of breath.

Many people dismiss that these symptoms may be due to a health problem and do not pay attention. But we must always “hear” what our body is “saying” and for many people these symptoms are indicating that the person has anemia.

Anemia is not a serious disease when is discovered on time, but a shortage of red blood cells for a very long time brings unwanted consequences.

Here we give you the 3 most powerful and effective home remedies for anemia where you will only need few natural products.

Important: We recommend consulting your doctor before implementing these home remedies so he can ensure that they are safe for you.

Garlic extract

Garlic is one of the best and the most effective home remedies for beating anemia. Many people can’t eat it at all. For such patients is recommended an extract of it.

Ingredients:

300 grams of garlic

1 l. pure alcohol

Preparation:

First clean and wash the garlic. Then take a liter of a pure alcohol and pour the garlic in it and leave it for 3 weeks. Drink 20 drops of this extract melted in a 1/4 cup of milk three times a day.

 Nettle seeds

Nettle seeds are usually recommended in case of anemia, but they have many other healing properties like improving blood quality, cleansing the blood vessels and liver and strengthening the immune system.

The high content of vitamin C, I, and B12, among others iron and folic acid, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and many other vitamins and minerals, nettle ranks at the very top of the healing plants that nature gave us.

Ingredients:

50 g nettle seeds

100g raw almonds

100 g of organic pure honey

Preparation:

Take the nettle seeds and the almonds and ground them in a blender. Then mix them with the honey until is formed a thick paste. Every morning take one teaspoon.

Beet Juice

For the purpose of hemoglobin synthesis, natural iron is essential. Make yourself a beet juice in which, is not only rich in iron, but also in calcium, phosphorus, vitamin B and C, fructose and glucose. Drink one cup of beet juice with one tablespoon of honey 2-3 times a day before meals.

Recommendations:

Eat food rich in protein, vitamins and iron that stimulate the formation of blood (liver, eggs, meat, cooked beans, peas, fruits, vegetables).

Before your meal, drink fresh juices because they increase the body’s ability to assimilate iron.

Consume dairy products separate from other food, since they contain a large amount of calcium and phosphorus, which prevents the assimilation of iron.

Don’t drink coffee, tea and other drinks with bitter taste immediately after meals – it also prevents the assimilation of high-quality iron.

Take a regular gentle exercise program. Yoga and breathing exercises may help.

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Anemia happens when there is a lack of hemoglobin in the blood. The most common cause of anemia is having low levels of iron because the body desperately needs iron to produce hemoglobin again. There are several reasons why iron levels may be low.A poor diet - not having a...