Are there Herbal Remedies for Blood Clots?

Are there Herbal Remedies for Blood Clots?

✓ Salicylic Acid

People take Salicylic Acid supplement to get a natural anticoagulant effects and keep blood from clotting. Salicylate Acid is naturally present in many fruits and vegetables such as grapes, cherries, berries, avocados and cayenne peppers, but many people prefer to take its extract as a food supplement.

Salicylate Acid Powder

✓ Capsaicin

By increasing the production of fibrinolytics, Capsaicin is used to improve circulatory blood flow and dissolve blood clots. Naturally present in Cayenne Pepper, it has been used worldwide for hundreds of years to prevent and treat coagulation.

Capsaicin Extract Powder

✓ Ginger

Ginger is widely used as home remedy to stop blood clotting. The natural acid it contains, called salicylate, is known by naturopaths to be a powerful blood thinner. You can take ginger as a dietary supplement and use it regularly in cooking.

Dried Ginger | Ginger Extract Powder


This golden spice is not only popular in traditional herbalism for its anti-inflammatory properties, but also for its anticoagulant and blood-thinning effects. Many people around the world take turmeric, the best source of coumarin, on a daily basis to maintain the anticoagulant status of their blood.

Turmeric Powder | Turmeric Capsules

✓ Cinnamon

Because of its high concentration of coumarin, a chemical that acts as a powerful anticoagulant, people take cinnamon to reduce the blood’s ability to form clots. You can consume dried cinnamon, but also in powder or tablet form.

Dried Cinnamon | Cinnamon Powder Extract | Cinnamon Tablets

✓ Bromelain

In addition to its anti-inflammatory properties, Bromelain, an enzyme extracted from pineapple juice, is said to thin the blood, reduce clot formation and break down blood clots.

Bromelain Powder | Bromelain Capsules

✓ Epsom Salt

Taking a hot bath with Epsom salt (and resting afterwards!) is an old home remedy to reduce inflammation, improve circulation and prevent blood clotting. Epsom Salt is indeed known to be a natural blood thinner.

Epsom Salt

✓ Garlic

Garlic is traditionally used as a natural anti coagulant as it is said to increase fibrinolytic activity, which prevents blood from clotting. It also appears to lengthen the time it takes for blood to clot and help dissolve clots. You can eat raw garlic or add the powder to your food.

Garlic Powder | Aged Garlic

✓ Green Tea

The catechins found in Green Tea are said to reduce blood clotting by improving blood vessel function and blocking an enzyme involved in the formation of blood clots. It is why many people around the globe take Green tea as as natural blood thinner.

Green Tea | Green Tea Powder

Vitamin E

Since Vitamin E has been touted for its ability to reduce blood clotting, many people take it as anti-clotting agent to decreases the risk of venous thrombosis. You can take these vitamins in powder or capsule form.

Vitamin E Powder | Vitamin E Capsules

✓ Ginkgo Biloba

Doctors of Traditional Chinese medicine have been using the leaves of the Ginkgo biloba tree for thousands of years. They give them to their patients who suffer from, among other things, blood disorders, because Gingko leaves are known to have fibrinolytic effects, which thin the blood and thus dissolve blood clots.

Ginkgo Biloba Extract Powder | Ginkgo Biloba Capsules | Dried Ginkgo Biloba Leaf

✓ Grape Seed

Our grandparents already knew that grape seeds can act as powerful blood-thinning agent. They used it to reduce thromboembolism without any clinically intervention. Nowadays, recent studies show that grape seeds actually modulate the coagulation process.

Grape Seed Extract Powder | Grape Seed Capsules

✓ Olive Oil

Olive Oil is also use to contribute to blood thinning goals. It therefore make sense to take this oil daily if you want additional care for keeping your blood clot-free.

Extra Virgin Olive Oil


Are there Herbal Remedies for Blood Clots?
Are there Herbal Remedies for Blood Clots?


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