Herbal Remedies for Anemia

Ash

 

The ash herb makes a beneficial tonic however it should be used very prudently.

  1. Add 20 to 30 grams of ash leaves in 1 liter of boiling water

  2. Let is stand for about 10 minutes

  3. Drink 2 or 3 cups of ash infusion daily

Blessed Thistle

 

Blessed thistle or holy thistle is great for stimulating appetite and if taken as an infusion, can help to combat anemia.

  1. Add 30 to 50 grams of blessed thistle herbs to 1 liter of boiling water.

  2. Set aside to stand for about 10 minutes

  3. Drink 3 cups daily.

Buck Bean

Buck bean, also known as bog bean, is great for making a tonic to stimulate digestion and appetite.  It is also recommended very highly for nervous people.

  1. Prepare an infusion by adding 1 tablespoon of shredded buck bean plant to 1 cup of boiling water and consume together with meals.

  2. Alternatively, you can buy buck bean in powdered form whereby you should take 2 or 3 grams daily.

Centaury

 

Centaury is a pretty purple flower that can be made into an excellent general tonic.  However take this herbal remedy with caution as it tend to irritate mucous membranes lining the gastrointestinal tract if taken over extended periods of time.  Due to its bitter taste, centaury infusions are often mixed with other herbs.

  1. Mix 10 grams of the centaury plant with 10 grams of absinthe and 10 grams of buckbean.

  2. Add them to 1 liter of sweet wine and set aside to steep for a few hours.

  3. Filter and drink one wine glass of herbal infusion before meals.

Chives

 

Chives are herbs and not vegetables and can be easily grown in your gardens.  They are rich in vitamin C and iron.  Iron is needed to produce hemoglobin which then helps to carry oxygen to cells and tissues and hence will be extremely beneficial to anemia which often develops due to an iron deficiency.  Just simply eat chives fresh and raw.

 

Dandelion

 

Dandelion has many beneficial medicinal qualities.  It is a digestive aid and a natural diuretic, extremely high in minerals and effective in helping to prevent iron-deficiency anemia. 

  1. Consume the fresh dandelion leaves as fresh vegetables in salads.

  2. Or buy dandelion capsules and take one capsule 3 times daily

  3. Or buy dandelion juice extract, add 10 -30 drops and mix it with either water or other desired juices and take this once a day.

Dong Quai

 

Dong quai, also known as Chinese angelica, Angelica sinensis, tang kuei or dang gui, is a Chinese herb that is well-known to be effective for a wide range of menstrual and gynecological problems.  It is especially great for regulation of menstrual cycles, easing cramps and suppressing PMS (premenstrual syndrome).  With its rich contents of vitamins A, B12 and E, it is also beneficial in preventing anemia in both males and females.

  1. Consume 1 capsule of dong quai 3 times daily

Elecampane

 

Women has a higher risk of developing anemia because of blood loss that results in iron deficiency during menstruation.  The elecampane herb is especially recommended for younger women.

  1. Make a decoction by adding 20 to 40 grams of freshly crushed roots of elecampane to 1 liter of cold water.

  2. Let is boil for 1 minute then set aside to let it steep for about 10 minutes.

  3. If the taste is too bitter, sweeten with a little honey.  Drink 1 cup before meals.

Gentian

 

Gentian is great for stimulating appetite.  An infusion of the roots of this pretty flower can be used as an aperitif before meals and as a digestive after meals.

  1. Place about 3 grams of gentian roots in a cup.

  2. Pour boiling water into the cup and let it steep for about 1 hour before drinking the tea.

Hops

 

Hops is an essential ingredient often used in the beer brewing industry due to the reason that it has a calming effect on the nervous system.  It is also an excellent tonic for those suffering from fatigue and anemia as the hops infusion can help to regenerate the blood.

  1. Add 20-30 grams of hops cones to 1 liter of boiling water

  2. Let it stand for about 10 minutes.

  3. Add honey to offset the bitter taste if desired before drinking

Nettle

 

Nettle is rich in phosphorous, calcium, vitamin C and D, iron and other minerals which makes it an excellent cure for anemia.  The vitamin C and iron can help in promoting the formation of red blood cells. You can purchase fresh nettle extract, brand name is Urtica Primera, or prepare a nettle infusion yourself.

  1. To prepare a nettle infusion, add 1 heaping teaspoon of nettle into 1/4 liter of boiling water.

  2. Let it steep for about 10 minutes and consume before meals

Note: For severe anemia cases, this nettle infusion should be consume up to 2 liters daily.  You may also add nettles to salads.

 

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