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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by granny hatchet, Mar 9, 2014.
yes, thats it. I was still looking .
I need at least a quarters worth ! Is a whole big can too much ? when I get started on them I dont stop. aspirin 325 and plavix for me and they never test it. tom was on the same and he would bleed easy. he is on something else now.
When I had the brain bleed, they gave me Vit K IV. They don't want you eating greens on coumadin because it counteracts the blood thinning effects.
Foods That Thicken Blood
In some cases, it may be favorable to utilize organic methods of thickening your blood. If you have trouble clotting when dealing with cuts and wounds, the foods below may help ameliorate this problem.
If you are already prone to clotting and DVT, however, avoiding heavy consumption of the following foods can be beneficial to your overall treatment plan.
Vitamin K, known to play an active role in blood clotting, is typically prescribed to counteract problems related to thin blood. Foods high in Vitamin K (but not Vitamin E, a natural blood thinner) can help thicken blood and increase clotting ability:
That was rude of me saying reds post was really good. It is but so is everyone elses . Im sorry. I didnt mean anything by it.
Granny did you see all my posts on fb today? Trying to earn my paycheck.
Just one more thing I have backwards. . and a new word to me. ameliorate ?????
no I was only there for a second . I will check them out.
the whole can would probably be too much if your not used to eating that many greens. They said the key is to maintain what your body is used to. So if you ate 2 servings of dark greens in a day to maintain the level your bodies used to. But don't take my word as gospel. Go Google vit. K & blood thinners.
It's nothing important. Just some of the pretty things I've collected for the silent auction.
It dont matter what they say Lisa, if i have some I am going to eat them. corn bread patty's