Hawthorn Berries And Cayenne When She Had A Heart Attack

Hawthorn Berries And Cayenne When She Had A Heart Attack – Hawthorn berries are a well-known remedy in traditional Chinese medicine that supports the cardiovascular system. It also provides plant support to the kidneys and digestive systems. Properties: Warm, Sweet

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Hawthorn Berries And Cayenne When She Had A Heart Attack

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Today hawthorn ranks among the three most commonly used “heart medicines” in the West (along with garlic and cayenne pepper) and is prescribed by doctors and herbalists alike. It is used to treat all kinds of cardiovascular problems: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, arrhythmia, angina, heart enlargement, hardening of the arteries – you name it.

People take hawthorn for both prevention and advanced heart disease. A 2010 meta-analysis of hawthorn research and clinical practice concluded that the herb has great potential as an effective treatment for cardiovascular disease.

Ranging in size from one tree to another, the hawthorn is a beautiful plant all year round. It is a cousin of the rose, and every spring it bursts with clusters of small flowers (red, red, or white depending on the variety).

In the fall, the hawthorn produces small, firm, apple-like berries called “haws” (the word from the old Saxon word for “hedge”). When its shiny leaves have fallen, this tree displays thorns the size of sewing needles. The plant’s name, crataegus, comes from the Greek words for strong and sharp.

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A fully grown hawthorn tree is small, but the trees often enjoy a ripe old age (some are over 700 years old). In Germany and Britain, hawthorn hedges were used for centuries to mark property boundaries.

Another old name for the hawthorn is the “bread and cheese tree” because the berries, blooming flowers, and leaves are all safe to eat and provide sustenance in times of famine. Even in times of abundance, berries are used to make jam, syrup, or wine.

The hawthorn berry is a part that is often used for food. But when it comes to heart medicine, most studies favor the leaf and the flower. That’s not to say that blueberries don’t have heart benefits. Research points to the plant’s rich antioxidant content for its healing ability, and each part of the plant has a different mix of beneficial compounds.

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To understand how hawthorn works, consider something called ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme). This enzyme constricts blood vessels, thereby increasing blood pressure. Similar to ACE-inhibitor drugs, hawthorn extract works to control ACE activity, relaxing blood vessels so that pressure decreases and blood circulation improves.

Additional research has shown that hawthorn may also regulate heart rate, increase blood flow to the heart, and act as a mild sedative.

The funny thing about the history of herbs is that you often find different cultures using the same plants in very different ways.

Although heart problems are the main indication of hawthorn in the West, in traditional Chinese medicine, it is mainly used for digestive problems, such as diarrhea and constipation, especially after drinking too much, fatty food. The fruit is also available as candy, jelly, or powder for sweet and sour tea to drink after dinner.

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Given hawthorn’s success as a heart medicine in the West (and the rise in heart disease worldwide), Chinese doctors are now using it this way as well.

Hawthorn is a very safe herb, and European doctors often combine hawthorn with conventional drug treatment. However, patients taking heart medications are advised to talk to their doctor before adding hawthorn.

Hawthorn plants are available in various forms: powder, tincture, pills, etc. Doses range from 160 milligrams per day to 900 milligrams per day. Consult a qualified healthcare professional to find the right dosage for your condition.

Conan Milner is a health reporter for The Epoch Times. He graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and is a member of the American Herbalist Guild. Branches full of berries almost touching the ground with small red dots covering the fence, tangled in the lower branches of the oak and climbing the hills… Who can resist such a simple selection?

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If you can fill a five-gallon bucket in less than 30 minutes, the lure is a no-brainer.

There you are, carrying a bucket full of berries and leaves, heading for the kitchen and Hawthorn’s big extravaganza.

But before you get caught up spending the better part of your week dealing with your bounty, here are some quick tricks to get your harvest up and running quickly and create fun and delicious healing foods and herbs that are perfect for the season.

First, set aside at least half of the berries and all the leaves on wide flat trays to dry. Wash them by running them through a colander of cold water and give them a good shake before putting them in the dryer.

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Cookie sheets with cooling racks placed on them to lift the leaves and berries from the pan work well. No racks? Simply spread parchment paper on the pans before spreading the leaves and berries out to dry. If you use an oven, use it only after you have turned it off and the oven temperature reads 90°F or less. Otherwise the leaves will quickly turn into burnt dust. You may also wish to separate the berries from the leaves and dry the berries at temperatures up to 130°F to 150°F and store the leaves at lower temperatures. Keeping them in sealed paper bags until you use them to make teas or other recipes will prevent them from getting trapped in moisture, which can cause rancidity or mold.

This will give you long-lasting berries for later use and the first two ingredients for Hawthorn tea. Berries will not stay fresh, so dry those you are not ready to use right away.

Next, wash, filter and remove other berries. You can use the recipes on this page to make tinctures, syrups and delicious berry-flavored ketchup. Now you can measure your berries and determine recipes and decide how much you would like to make. I usually make all three recipes in one afternoon to get the most out of working with the berries at the same time.

First decide how much syrup you want to make. Boiling syrup takes about twenty times the weight of your berries in water, so if you plan to make a quart or more of syrup, you’ll need at least a 10 quart pot to hold the water.

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Hawthorn Syrup is a well-known remedy for coughs, colds, flu-like symptoms, headaches and heartburn.

Pick your berries and weigh them so you know how much water to add to your pot. For simplicity we will say we use 100 grams of berries, or 3.5 ounces because that makes it much easier to measure the water. I would suggest using multiples of 100 grams to make your recipe. That will mean 3.5, 7, 10.5, and 14 ounces as you increase the recipe. But remember, you need 20 times the water, so unless you have a very large boiling pot, you’ll be working with low numbers here.

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