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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3

Re: Natural Blood Thinners?

Posted By: Joan
Date: March-30, 1998 at 21:24:34

In Response To: Natural Blood Thinners? (Mary Jackson)

Cyanosis occurs in severe hypoxia. It can be either
a 'ruddy cyanosis,' (which appears red), or bluish.
It is not something which you see in people who are
still walking around. Being pale is not necessarily
a sign of poor oxygenation!

Water is the most 'natural' blood thinner, I guess.
"Blood thinners" really include a number of items:
stuff that slows down production of blood cells,
stuff that reduces clotting, stuff that increases
blood volume.

Warfarin is primarly an anticoagulant, prescribed to
patients who are at risk for clotting. I watched one MD
bleed from his eyes because he was on
high doses of warfarin. Not my favorite drug.
(Great reason to stick to a blood type diet that reduces
the number of lectins which cause blood clumping.)

If it ain't broke, don't fix it!
Like 99% oxygen transport!

May I be so bold as to suggest you load up on some basic nursing and
chemistry books. You have good questions, but
there's not enough room on the webpage to
review basic chemistry and physiology.

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