is there something natural you can take for low blood?

@annjilena (5620)
United States
October 22, 2008 12:05pm CST
other then taking iron which makes you constipated and somtimes makes your stomach hurts.iam so tired i went to the doctor he said my iron is low and the iron he gave me, i just can,t take this stuff do you mylotter have any other ideas to bring up low blood thats natural.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
23 Oct 08
alot of people take vitamin b-12 shots. my grandmother did they made her fel alot better. you might ask your dr.about the,
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
24 Oct 08
thanks lady i use to take them they make you feel like you have so much energy and it makes you feel good too.i will check and see if i can have b-12 and see what happens.
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@ANTIQUELADY (36468)
• United States
24 Oct 08
i hope u find something to help. think i need a b12 myself. am going to ask my dr. about them. i drag around like old ms. drag around. need something. good luck.
• United States
22 Oct 08
Have you tried seeing a B.E.S.T. (Bio Energetic Sychronization Technique) chiropractor? They have an alternative chiropractic technique they use in combination with a line of supplements that are a lot easier on the body and easier to digest then supplements you get from a doctor or pharmacy. The supplement you are given is based on your individual needs, the same supplement is not given to everyone with low iron because everybody's body is different. It has worked for me for a variety of health issues including asthma, allergies, nerve degeneration and gastrointestinal issues. I would recommend it for any health problem. It has helped my mom a lot too (she was anemic, celiac and had torticolus). Hope this helps! Good luck!
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
24 Oct 08
well i never heard of this before thank you i will check into this information
@Ithink (10618)
• United States
22 Oct 08
Hi, There are a few foods that I know are good, I know most dont like it but it is high in iron is Liver, there is spinich and raisins are also high in iron then some snacks. I decided to do a fast search and came up with this site that seemed to have quite a list www.healthcastle.com/iron.shtml Hope this helps.
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
22 Oct 08
wow i like liver believe it are not and i like spinach and raisin my daughter fix liver with onions and rice taste really good she boil it always she fix liver so many different ways thanks for the website it will help me out a lot.
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@ronaldinu (12439)
• Malta
22 Oct 08
It seems that there are various natural remedies. I found out this one Hot Epsom salt bath are one of the simplest remedy for low blood pressure. An Epsom salt bath is prepared by dissolving one to one and half kg of commercial Epsom Salt in an ordinary bath of hot water. The patient should remain immersed in the bath for ten to twenty minutes. This bath should be taken just before retiring to bed, and care should be exercised not to catch a chill afterwards. Check out this site http://www.home-remedies-for-you.com/remedy/Low-blood-pressure.html © ronaldinu 2008
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
24 Oct 08
never heard of this one but i will check into this ranald thanks a lot i need all the help i can get with this problem.
@Grandmaof2 (7603)
• Canada
22 Oct 08
Not long ago I read from a person on my friends list that the thing to use is raw honey from a health food store. Hope this helps.
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
24 Oct 08
thank you grandma, i appreciate this information every bit helps i will try many because one is bound to help me here
• Lubbock, Texas
22 Oct 08
Beets and leafy green veggies are a good source of iron. A tea of yellow dock root will stimulate the spleen and help release iron that is stored there. Alfalfa tea is a good source of iron and other minerals and vitamins that your body can use to stimulate your system. As for the iron your Dr prescribed, try taking a smaller dose. If it's a tablet, cut it in half. If you're taking it on an empty stomach, try eating something first. If you're taking it with a meal, try taking it on an empty stomach. If the smaller dose doesn't make you sick gradually increase what you're taking. When I was a teenager I had to take iron and it made me nauseas. My Dr asked a lot of questions and discovered I was not eating breakfast, but just drinking a cup of coffee with sugar. All I had to do was cut out the sugar in my coffee to be able to take the iron. Of course he wanted me to eat breakfast too, but I just couldn't eat that early in the morning.
@annjilena (5620)
• United States
24 Oct 08
even the smallest dose make me sick and my blood is low i need to get that iron in me so i will try some of these ideas i have here.sound like the alfalfa tea is good i like because it give you minerials as well.thank you for this information i will try some of them.