1oz, 2oz, 4oz
Circulatory System Tincture
$16.00 – $46.00
Tincture for a Healthy Circulatory System
In One’s Element formulated tincture – What’s in it and why
Nettle – Stinging nettles dates as far back as Ancient Greece for uses in the body including for the circulatory system and that’s origins are of colder regions of Europe and Asia it can be found worldwide. It is a nutrient plant that contains minerals and vitamins including A, C, and K along with amino acids, flavonoids, carotenoids, and iron.
Promotes nitric oxide production(a vasodilator) possibly helping to lower blood pressure by allowing your blood vessels to relax and reducing the force of your heart’s contractions and proper heart activity..
Has antiplatelet effects.
Promotes stimulation of red blood cell production in our body. With the production of RBC, blood circulation is improved. This helps in recovering from wounds and improving energy levels in the body. Hence in case of anemia or fatigue, stinging nettle is often recommended.
Dandelion – is rich in beta-carotene, iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium and has been used for thousands of years for a variety of physical health reasons including the circulatory system for
Cardiac edema for dandelion is a diuretic. It increases the amount of water moving through your kidneys, in turn helping to filter out waste from the blood.
Enhances blood flow to the legs
Decreases triglyceride and cholesterol levels, both of which are key risk factors for heart disease.
Improve the secretion of insulin — a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels.
Improves absorption of glucose in your muscles.
Don Quai – is included in nearly all Chinese herbal blood-building formulas. It has a high content of Vitamins E, A, and B12(of which is seldom found in anything but animal sources seldom in plants), cobalt, and iron.
Replenish your red blood cells and increase blood volume.
Inhibit platelet activation,
Antispasmodic(relax and soothes vessels) and blood pressure regulating.
Prevent blood clotting and reduce the viscosity of blood
Prevent iron deficiency and anemia.
Increase the hemoglobin content of your blood. (Hemoglobin is the protein in your blood that contains iron and carries oxygen to cells and carbon dioxide from them.)
Hawthorn berry is most commonly known as a superb herb for the heart and circulatory system. It has been used successfully as far back as the 1st century for various diseases of the cardiovascular system, these include heart failure, heart disease, angina pectoris, changes in cardiac rhythm, and atherosclerosis. Hawthorn is high in flavonoids, is great for capillary health, inhibits vasoconstriction, acts to lower blood pressure, and is trophorestorative for the heart, meaning that hawthorn nutritive has the ability to restore and strengthen heart tissue.
Bilberry – contains a type of antioxidant called anthocyanosides that is well-known for helping to strengthen vascular walls, stimulating the formation of new capillaries, and improving microcirculatory health. Bilberry is high in flavonoids and can help to increase red blood cell strength, flexibility, and production, helping them to carry oxygen more effectively throughout the capillaries. It is high in flavonoids making it a wonderful herb for capillary health.