Cardiovascular Health Information - What is Pulmonary Embolism?
" by N J Howell, All Rights Reserved
PE, or pulmonary embolism, is a condition called by a blockage in a person's lung artery. It is tyically caused by blood clots but can also result from tumors, fat or even air. The most common cause of PE is DVT, or Search for Deep Vein Thrombosis at the Mayo Clinic.
If you have been diagnosed with Pulmonary embolism, Hyperplasminemia, Angitis, Myocardial infarction, Cerebral thrombus, Cerebral embolism, Platelet Hypercoagulability, DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis or Blood Clots, you may want to read this information.
I was very intriqued by this health information, which covers the research and the history of the effective use of a nontoxic natural thrombolytic used in China. However, any of the conditions mentioned in this health article are very serious and a person should always discuss any changes to current regimen with their chosen healthcare professional before adding something new, particularly if it is a natural anticoagulant or thrombolyic formula since too much of a good thing can be dangerous in those cases.
If you are on Wayfarin, Coumadin, or some other blood thinner or anticoagulant, please be wise with your health and check with your doctor before adding any new product to your treatment regimen in such cases.
That serious disclaimer having been given, I am aware that there are those who always seek out natural alternatives before resorting to prescription drugs.
Introducing a natural formula for those with certain cardiovascular health conditions:
If you are in this category, you may well appreciate the breakthrough medical information you can read about, regarding the following conditions:
DVT or Deep Vein Thrombosis, also sometimes called Traveler's Thrombosis, Blood Clots
Predisopsition toward thrombus.
There is a product called PlasminPlus, a thrombolytic which has been used extensively in China to help prevent thrombosis when flying. PlasminPlus has also been used for stroke victims with resulting paralysis or brain damage, clogged arteries, blood clots in the legs and brain, clogged arteries, and and to help improve poor circulation. You might check online for this formula. I believe there are a couple of websites that still carry it.
Health Care Disclaimer: If you are currently on any type of medication blood thinner, it is vital to consult with your chosen heart specialist before adding any type of formula that is designed to address the body's natural ability to recover from pulmonary embolism. This information is educational and not intended to replace proper medical evalution and an active partnership with your cardiovascular specialist.