Fresh kiwi with chocolate on a stick

The complications and effect of Polycythemia can be reduce by a few natural products listed below

Natural Remedies of Polycythemia Vera

Kiwi

The Use of Kiwi fruit is found quite valuable in platelet reduction.

Vitamina E

Vitamin E is called anti-thrombin. It circulates in the blood and prevents platelet aggregation or clots happening within the vessel, but doesn’t interfere with the normal clotting process in wounds or with normal recovery. In truth, it really accelerates healing of wounds and burns.

Of course, Vitamin E doesn’t have the potential side effects of aspirin. Sésamo oil further reduces the probability of thrombi.

Té verde

Use of Green Tea can be found very reassuring. Those who are using green tea have discovered reduction in their symptoms.

Grape Juice

Researchers have analyzed the use of Purple Grape Juice may help in decreasing the risk of blood clots. Purple Grape Juice; somehow have the capacity to unstick densely populated blood platelets.

Dark Chocolate

At the XIX Congress of the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis, held in the UK in July 2003 a study from Ninewells Hospital, Scotland, was introduced about Dark Chocolate, that is very interesting.

It was reported that Dark chocolate inhibits platelet clumping (aggregation), a significant source of blood clots (thrombi) that trigger heart attacks and stroke.

Thirty subjects were randomized to receive 100 g of white chocolate, milk chocolate, or dark chocolate. Four hours later, blood samples of each group were analyzed in vitro to determine if chocolate ingestion modified platelet aggregation. While white chocolate had no effect and milk chocolate revealed a tendency towards diminishing clumping, dark chocolate inhibited platelet aggregation by 92%. Of the 3 kinds of chocolate, dark chocolate has the highest content of flavonoids, known to inhibit cyclooxygenase (COX1) which helps block platelet aggregation.

The researchers indicate that dark chocolate has potential to decrease thromboembolism and cardiovascular ailments.