Top 14 Natural Home Remedies for a Heart Disease!

Heart disease is life-threatening as we think because it was popularly known as a silent killer disease. Well, this is true based on the research and study conducted by different health organizations. Out of 4 patients, 1 died due to heart attack and it is still increasing as the people become exposed to diverse lifestyles, unhealthy eating habits, no regular exercise, experience sleeping disorders, and genetically inherited from family bloodline history.

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Nowadays, the famous slogan, ‘prevention is better than cure’ is the best rule of thumb to follow to stay healthy, physically fit and stress-free condition. There are several natural ways on how to treat heart disease as a preventive measure especially for those families with a history of heart-related diseases. For people suffering the signs and symptoms of myocardial infarction, find hospitals near you, seek professional health advice and prescriptions, as well as apply these natural home remedies to your daily lifestyle.

1. Holy Basil

natural remedy for heart disease holy basil

To cope up with stress, eating holy basil will improve your mental focus and reduce your stress as well. As an Ayurvedic herb, it can also help reduce an individual’s bad cholesterol. It is important to manage your stress and fatigue because it may trigger and heightened the risks of heart disease.

2. Ginger

Known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, Ginger become popular due to its miraculous healing abilities. It can help in lowering the cholesterol, blood pressure, and triglycerides. It can also prevent blood clotting especially when the thrombocytes respond to the ruptured blood vessels.

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3. Garlic

Garlic is known for its long-established and widely used healing properties that can cure heart-related problems. It has the capacity to prevent the accumulation of the plaque and fatty deposits on the artery walls.

4. Pomegranate Juice

Pomegranates are highly anti-oxidant fruits, and these are very beneficial to an individual’s health. It can lower the blood pressure, reduce the accumulated plaque and fatty deposits, as well as reduce the bad cholesterol of the individual.

5. Alfalfa

Extract coming from the Alfalfa sprouts can miraculously lower the cholesterol and prevent the biochemicals or liver enzymes to spread in the bloodstream. Although, these medicinal herbs were still subject to further studies and research.

6. Capsaicin

Capsaicin is a wonder herb coming from Cayenne peppers that can heal many heart-related risks ailments. It helps lower the blood pressure, control the blood sugar, support with weight loss diet, reduce the thickening of the heart muscle, slow the development of atherosclerosis, and reduce the risks of metabolic syndrome.

7. Fish Oil Omega-3

Fish oil can be derived from various healthy marine species such as salmons, mackerel, and tuna. As much as possible, take at least two servings per week to achieve the standard nutrients necessary for the body. Omega-3 fatty acids can lower the blood pressure, reduce triglycerides, reduce heath arrhythmias, and slow the progression of atherosclerosis.

8. Coenzyme Q10

This enzyme is a natural chemical found in the human’s body. High coenzyme 10 will help the individual resists to low blood pressure and induce discomfort and chest pain.

9. Apple Cider Vinegar

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An apple cider vinegar is a convenient substance for releasing and balancing acid levels within the body. It is known as a cure for acid reflux and heartburn. Take a tablespoon every before meals to witness the amazing result.

10. Turmeric

Turmeric is known for its curcumin ingredient in which this compound helps to reduce the cholesterol levels and reduce the inflammation that may eventually lead to heart disease. In addition, it can also help prevent coronary artery problems and atherosclerosis. As a trivia, the curcumin is a substance that creates the golden color of the turmeric.

11. Arjuna

According to the Kasturba Medical College, this Ayurvedic herb was discovered to cure cardiac muscles, lowers blood pressure, and reduce arterial congestion. It can also reduce angina heart-related problems up to 30%. For a natural use, just add a 1 teaspoon of the Arjuna powder to a glass of warm water and put honey for sweetening. Do this at least three times a day in a couple of months for best results.

12. Chinese Hibiscus

Flowers can also cure heart-related diseases too just like the Chinese Hibiscus. In Taiwan, they have carefully conducted studies and research about this wonder herb. It was tested and proven to reduce bad cholesterol, reduce atherosclerosis risks, and prevent the impact of the low-density lipoprotein.

13. Hawthorn

As used by the Western countries, Hawthorn is the wonder herb for treating heart conditions because it can improve the cardiac performance. It contains anti-arrhythmic effect, keeps the heartbeat steady, and increase blow flow.

14. Almonds

Almonds can also provide magical healing properties to people suffering from heart diseases. However, a handful of almonds is already the maximum standard to eat to cure acidity and heartburn. Since almond also contains fatty acids, an ample amount would do.

Keep your heart healthy with natural and home remedies. Remember to eat a well balanced diet, exercise, get plenty of sleep, stay away from stress and live a healthier lifestyle to make sure you keep your heart healthy.

Please share your ideas and suggestion to keep your heart be healthier, stronger, and improve your all over well-being?

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7 thoughts on “Top 14 Natural Home Remedies for a Heart Disease!”

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  2. I’ve not heard of all of these natural remedies but we do eat quite a few of the ohers, especially almonds, ginger, turmeric and garlic. My other half used to drink apple cider vinegar every morning so I think we may need to both try to get back to doing that. I will now investigate some of the other remedies you mention.

    Thank you for adding this post to the #GoingGreen linky and apologies for taking so long to come and read it. After a summer break the linky will be back again with a new one opening on Sept 3rd. Hope to see you there (and I hope you had a brilliant summer!).

    1. HI Rosie,
      My husband drinks apple cider vinegar every day too. I try to eat as many of these foods as possible or as many as my food allergies allow me too. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed weekend!

  3. Jacob Kilmer

    I began feeling what could be considered indigestion, I took 2 tums but it persisted, I then began feeling generally “achy” in my upper back and upper arms, with constant chest pains. I had two heart attacks that year, finally i was diagnosed of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), my Cardiologist ordered an angioplasty and discovered a closed artery, then another cardiologist was called in to place a stent in the artery to open it up. I was hospitalized for a total of 2 weeks. I was prescribed Effient, a blood thinner and two other medications. My condition improved but got worse again within a year, so i started on a natural CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE TREATMENT from Rich Herbs Foundation, the herbal treatment was wonderful, no attack since treatment. I had a total decline in symptoms. I do lots of walking. Lost some weight, but was never heavy. Eat differently. I feel good overall.

    1. Hi Jacob,
      Thank you for sharing sharing your story and that you found help through natural herbal methods without the horrible side effects of prescriptions. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

    1. HI Joyce,
      Thanks glad you liked my information. I agree that prevention is the key. We are what we eat. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

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