Diet for hemorrhages


Diet can be an important aid both to recover the lost blood in the bleeding and to prevent bleeding in many diseases in which this occurs too easily, intestinal bleeding, nosebleeds, too abundant menstruation, etc.


The most suitable foods are those that are able to increase the clotting ability of blood. These foods contain low levels of salicylates. These foods include the following:

- Vegetables and vegetables with dark leaves: Cabbages, lettuce, leeks, mushrooms or potatoes are extremely low in salicylates. Other very vegetables are: asparagus, eggplants, beets.

- Legumes: lentils, chick-peas, string beans,

- Fruits: apples, pears, bananas, pomegranates, figs, khakis

- Dried fruits: cashews, nuts, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts.

- Spices and condiments: black olives, apple syrup

- Alfalfa: Rich in vitamin K, with clotting properties.


People who are prone to bleeding blood should avoid those foods that thin the blood components. Are those salicylate-rich foods that contain properties similar to certain antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin. These foods include:

Foods with very high levels (which would have to be avoided): condiments: Cayenne pepper or cinnamon; herbs:licorice, oregano, thyme or sage.

Foods with high levels (which would have to be avoided): condiments: garlic, onion, fennel, lemon, ginseng, celery, parsley, paprika, black pepper, cardamom, chicory or mint. Fruits: fruit juices, prunes, raisins or raspberries.

Foods with fairly high levels (which should be eaten with caution) condiments: ginger, chili, cloves, tarragon, vinegar, basil, olives, nutmeg. Vegetables: peppers, cucumbers, endive, chicory, radishes, bean, soy, soy sprouts, tomato paste. Fruits: pineapples, oranges, plums, strawberries, blackberries, currants, bilberries, dates, apricots, cherries, guavas, kiwis, melons, watermelons. Dried fruits: Almonds or peanuts.

Drinks: coffee, green tea, black tea.

punto rojo More information on nosebleeds and their natural treatment in the listing above

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