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Home Remedies For Anemia
Person may be able to correct certain types of anemia by using these simple home remedies.
- Daily intake of 3-4 pieces of dry figs helps in curing anemia.
- Make sure you are eating plenty of iron rich food, such as, liver, green leafy vegetable, beets, dried fruits, bran flake, oysters, brown rice, lentils and molasses, raisins, prunes; breads and pastas made from hole grain flour.
- 1 Cup beetroot juice, 1 cup of apple juice, mixed with either sugar or honey once a day.
- For those with anemia or general weakness, dates with milk and cream at breakfast are very helpful.
- Eat a diet replete with green, leafy vegetables. Whole-grain breads, cereals and beans are excellent blood builders. Avoid dairy products as they contain very little iron and tend to bind iron present in other foods. Eat dry fruit frequently, especially peaches and apricots.
- For anemia, soak washed raisins and cashews overnight in water, in equal proportions. Grind them and add some of the water in which they were soaked to make a paste. Spread this on toasted breads or eat by itself.
- Drink a mixture of apple and tomato juice.
- Gentian - The bitter herb gentian is popular in England for the treatment of anemia. Gentian can be brewed into a tea or you can take a commercially available extract.
- Yellow Dock - 1 capsule or 20 drops of tincture with every meal. Improves iron absorption.
- Consume a ripe banana with 1 tbsp of honey 2 times a day.
- Drink plenty of water. Drink two glasses before breakfast, two in the midmorning, and again in the mid-afternoon, and one to two glasses at night.
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