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Hawthorn - the Heart's Best FriendHappened on 4 February 2006 | ( 0 ) Comments
Hawthorn is has been known for centuries to be a very useful remedy for the whole of the heart and circulatory system. It has a normalizing action on the heart according to need, either tonifying it as in congestive heart failure or weakness, or depressing it as in palpitations. Problems of the circulatory system such as high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, angina pectoris and even varicose veins and varicose ulcers may also be helped by taking hawthorn. Sportsmen use hawthorn to sustain the heart under maximum effort, for it enhances excercise duration.
Though hawthorn berries contain many chemicals, it is felt that bioflavonoids and cardiotonic amines are largely responsible for its beneficial activities.
Please note that heart disease is a serious condition and any decision to take hawthorn berries should be discussed with your doctor first.
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