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Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Wednesday, March 7, 2007, 10:26am
moorning ya all :-)

I am a bit worried about several *inputs* from herbal formulas.....thus as:

dong quai is written as a save product but we should take care not to go into the sun for too long because  it is phototrop; and then it is not recommended in case of bloodclotting disorders. Now as being an A2B nonnie, what shall I think about that stuff when it is
written that A's and AB's might have thicker blood, I guess, then just this product might be heaven for me in such a case??) ;) :D (bloodthinner)

BUT: when it is mixed up with Ginko biloba, which is known also for blodclottingconcerns
but right now into the oposite way ::) it means it is nothing for person with too thick blood, or what... I feel A....B... like.....distored into ambivalence :-/

the whole formula contents:200 mg's of Siberian Ginseng,200mg's of Dong Quai,100mg's of L'Arginin,100mg's of L'Glutamin,100mg's of L'Lysine,80mg's of Ginko Biloba,80mg's of Isoflavones,50mg's of Jujubeextract,50mg's L'Alanin.

any suggestions are more than welcome :K) :D
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, March 7, 2007, 9:55pm; Reply: 1
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Dong quai and primrose oil are generally fine for type As in menopause (or headed there!). If estrogen stimulation is needed (i. e if there is a history of bone loss or dementia, etc.) I advocate types A and AB talk to their physicians about using the fraction "estriol" (2-8mgs) in preference to the other more potent fractions found in the convention ERT Premarin.

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......dong quai are more effective for As & ABs....
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Wednesday, March 7, 2007, 10:34pm; Reply: 2
he-he-hee Themaverfehlt !!! ;) ;D...the question here is, not the flow of blood, but merely the upcoming interaction between Ginko B & Dong quai ;) ;D which are in their actions completely the contrary,so why
might they be given together??) status quo??) :D :-/
Posted by: Lola, Wednesday, March 7, 2007, 10:47pm; Reply: 3
the formulas are not designed by blood type or individuality.......

or are you mentioning any specific formula by Dr D?
Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Thursday, March 8, 2007, 8:33am; Reply: 4
salut Lolita ;) :D
nope, just wondered and would be fine to get to know what's about adverse reaction to be expected
when taking such a stuff ?! and for sure is this formula no to find in the BTD's ;) but no *no-no's* in
thatswhy I asked if perhaps your or massr Schluggell can give me any advice here or perhaps even
Dr. D??) everybody's reply more than appreciated ;) ;D :K) thanx
Posted by: Schluggell, Thursday, March 8, 2007, 10:06am; Reply: 5
Dong Quai {Angelica sinensis - Apiaceae}
Ginkgo  {Ginkgo biloba - }

I found a reference in the Science Database for Angelica {Which for some things is similar to Dong Quai} and a Mitogen Effect - Not sure whether thia has anything to with Plama B Cells???
From PDRhealth: It is used for Poor Circulation and Anemia, and no reported Drug interactions.

Ginkgo Biloba is in the Health Ptocols #10:Cardiovascular for Type-A.
Now whether this has anything to do with Blood Thinning. I would think Ginkgo would mitigate the 'Heart Muscle' action itself. Now how that would really affect Blood Thinning....
From PDRhealth: Poor circulation in active muscles and Vertigo, Ringing in the ears due to poor circulation. Combining Ginkgo with clot-busting drugs, blood-thinners, or aspirin may increase your risk of intracranial bleeding.

Some herbs do have an effect in the Sun - Most notably St. John's Wort. I've no experience of this as to Dong Quai.
Posted by: Henriette Bsec, Thursday, March 8, 2007, 10:25am; Reply: 6
why do your ... say Tele danmark
Mac Safari etc ...  ??)

BY the way I DO have a mac - Use Safiri and Tele Danmark !!!
Posted by: Schluggell, Thursday, March 8, 2007, 12:35pm; Reply: 7
Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
Schlüggel, why do your ... say...BY the way I DO have a mac - Use Safiri and Tele Danmark !!!

Posted by: ISA-MANUELA (Guest), Thursday, March 8, 2007, 4:55pm; Reply: 8
??) :-/ ??) HERE I AM ;) ;D :D....whats' going on here ??)

thanx Schlüggellii :K) for the reply but I was asking if YOU...yesss YOU (because of your huge knowledge) can help me btw.. in that:::
a) ginko b. is not ok for people with thicker blood..ok??) yup.....
b) dong quai is known as a bloodthinner (don't use it when on Warfarin!!!)

so my question was, after having written the whole ingredients of that formula, ;D :D......if you know the interaction which could be, when using both stuffs together ::) =status quo orrrrrr not??)
means no reaction neither from ginko b. nor dong quai ??)

I am listening .........:D
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