Cardiac arrhythmia simply means that the heart rhythm is irregular, either too fast or too slow. Arrhythmia is a serious condition that should be assessed by a doctor, but there are some wondeful natural remedies that may help.
We particularly recommend Circulate Capsules
- Wild crafted herbs to normalize the circulation, blood vessels and heart function. Mistletoe, hawthorn berries and tops, horse chestnut, ginger, ginkgo biloba and capsicum. Hawthorn in particular is a traditional heart tonic and modern research has confirmed its traditional use.
Studies in Japan and elsewhere on Reishi Mushroom
have demonstrated that Reishi is beneficial to the cardiovascular system; it appears to help regulate coronary and cerebral blood flow and also seems to help reduce levels of blood lipids and in lowering elevated cholesterol. Patients with coronary heart disease and hyperlipidemia have experienced improvements in symptoms such as palpitations, dyspnea, pericardial pain, and edema (Chang & But, 1986). In one controlled study, a reishi extract showed the ability to reduce blood viscosity and plasma viscosity in hypertensive patients with hyperbpidemia, some of whom were recovering from an episode of cerebral thrombosis (Cheng et all). In another study, Reishi extracts were reported to reduce blood cholesterol and lower blood pressure (Kanmatsuse et all 1985). Reishi is said to act as a cardio-tonic and has been used to treat arrhythmia (Ding, 1987). Another key action of Reishi is found in its anti-allergic effects.
Zell Oxygen can justly be described as an essential supplement in any healing programme and contains CoQ10 which studies have shown to be useful in for treating/preventing cardiovascular disease (including congestive heart failure, ischemic/coronary heart disease, heart valve disease, angina, rheumatic heart disease and arrhythmia).
Ionic Minerals are an excellent way to ensure we receive the correct therapeutic amounts of essential trace minerals and elements - essential for all aspects of health including heart function.