Blood & Circulation
Are you the sort of person who always has cold hands? Do your extremities always feel chilly, no matter the time of year? If so, you could be suffering from poor circulation. Other symptoms include an unpleasant numbness and tingling in your arms or legs, general lethargy and even memory problems.
You’re more likely to suffer from poor circulation as you get older. Arteries harden or narrow, limiting the amount of blood – and therefore oxygen – available to the body’s cells, and interfering with their normal function.
Symptoms like ones described above can occasionally be a sign of serious cardiovascular illness, so it’s extremely important to see your doctor if you experience any of them.
If you’ve been assessed by a professional, established that treatment isn’t urgent and you’re not keen on the side effects that come with medication, why not give our all-natural, homemade circulation-boosting a go?
Each recipe card gives you precise, easy-to-follow instructions on how to make the creams, ointments, inhalants, teas, tinctures, balms and tablets that can help alleviate the symptoms of bad circulation. We’ll also give you tips on what to do with your leftover herbs and oils, all of which can be used for treating a number of different ailments. In fact, why not get in touch and let us know what you use them for?
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