Easy and Effective Natural Cures for Anemia

Last Modified on Sep 22, 2014


Iron Rich Food   0  0   

Posted by Princess J. (Abingdon, Va, Usa) on 07/17/2012

Over my childhood (5 years old to 10 years old), I was anemic. My mom, having been raised in Louisiana, used a lot of the "known" foods from that region. Blackstrap Molasses, greens (mustard, turnip, collard), cream of wheat, calf liver (beef liver tends to be less tender than calf), and chicken livers. I was very healthy in those early years (not too bad now at age 62).

The only things I picked up in those few years? Chicken Pox, German Measles, and Tonsillitis resulting in the "dreaded" Tonsillectomy.

For years after I have used these food for the content of iron. And I thoroughly enjoy all those foods... As for the MOLASSES? Love it straight!!! And only found out about other types of syrup for pancakes/waffles etc. When I turned 10. Still prefer molasses (and only the Blackstrap) over anyother syrup!!!

Posted by Ed
Oakville, Canada
07/17/2012
In addition to that

1. Wheat Grass Juice (the king)
2. Beet Root Juice
3. Carrot Juice
4. Vitamin B rich foods yoghurt, kefir
5. Dates
6. Chyawanprash (the complete for food for general health of the body)

Low Red Blood Cell Count   0  0   

Posted by Desparate (South Africa) on 08/30/2013

Hi, My sister-in-law is in hospital with a blood count of 2. They found 2 viruses in her bone-marrow. EPO treatment not working. Meds are being flown in but only due to arrive Sunday. Blood count keeps dropping, last night was 2, 9 now 2... Any immediate help available?

Posted by Mama To Many
Tennessee, Usa
08/30/2013
671 Posts
Dear Desperate,

Oh, dear. I would give 1 t. of cayenne pepper in 8 oz. of water. It may burn some going down and even give heartburn, but that beats the alternative. Cayenne is good for the blood and it also stops bleeding. She may have no known bleeding, but I know (from experience) that you can be so sick that your blood vessels seep blood. (I had this happen 14 years ago. I wish I had known about cayenne. I ended up with surgeries and transfusions and oodles of medication... and no one really knew what was going on.)

This could be repeated as needed. I would definitely do it at least twice. (Maybe again 8 hours later.)

Garlic. Fresh garlic is a great antiviral. Crush fresh garlic and have her take two cloves an hour. Again, not delicous, but may kill the virus.

Extra virgin coconut oil is also a great anti-viral. I would give 1 T. (you could even mix it with the garlic. ) every 4 hours.

I am assuming your sister in law can take in food and drink right now. If not, rub the cayenne into her gums. It will work that way, too.

If you can get liquid chloropyll, that helps the blood count a lot. Midwives give it to ladies who hemorrhage after childbirth. I would have her drink a whole 16 ounce bottle of it over 24 hours.

This is what I would do for one of my loved ones if at all possible.

Praying for her recovery.

~Mama to Many~

Posted by David
Fountain Inn
08/31/2013
459 Posts
I'm impressed they found the two viruses... I presume they took a culture of "dead" bone tissue and found the viruses.

Virus in bone and brain are hard to get to but the use of DMSO with equal part of Colloidal Silver and applied to the affected bone will allow the Silver atoms to penetrate into the bone and will kill the virus. DMSO is derived from the wood milling process and you can view a good analsis of it by googling "DMSO 60 Minutes Dr Jacobs Youtube".

For a virus to be in the bone means the virus perforce must be systemic and so if this were me, I would not only apply the poultice a dozen or so times over a week but also over the next three months would drink three tablespoons twice daily of the CS. I would use a high PPM. Silver solutions are not all created equal. Some claim they produce a super small silver particle but I think there is reason to believe that a larger particle is actually more effective. I make my own and take it at 100 PPM or greater. Have done so for over 20 years. I drink a tablespoon of silver five times weekly and do a sinus irrigation with CS three times a week. Of course it did NOT turn me blue.

Multiple Remedies   1  0   

Posted by Dr Malawade (Belgaum, Karnataka, india) on 05/04/2012

Anemia is a condition in which your blood has a lower than normal number of red blood cells. The normal level of haemoglobin is generally different in males (13.5 gms/100ml) and females (12gms/100ml).
It is directly or indirectly responsible for many diseases. This is because the lowered oxygen carrying capacity of the blood leads to poor oxygenation of tissue, which in turn results in degenerative changes and a general drop in immunity. As Ayurvedic Practitioner and doctor I have seen many cases of Anemia and the results of treatment using different allopathic, Homeopathic and Ayurvedic (herbal) remedies.
Allopathy may reduce the symptoms of anemia like generalised weakness but will not help in underlying causes for anemia.
Homeopathic remedies for anemia can be prescribed on the patient's constitution along with herbal remedies. This is very effective but success generally depends upon the doctor's ability to pick the right remedy for the patient.

Some of them are:
China 30; Chinin sulph 30; Cuprum met 30; Ferrum met 6x; Ferrum proh 6x; Nat mur 6x; Phos 200; Phos AC. 30, Allium Cepa 1X; Hyssopus Officinalis 1X; Avena Sativa 2X; Urtica Urens 2X; Paloondo 2X; Zingiber Officinale 3X; Trifolium Pratense 3X; Melilotus Alba 3X; Camphora 4X; Capsicum Annuum 5X; Magnesia Phosphorica 6X; Juglans Regia 6X; Pyrogenium 9X.
New resonance homeopathy has excellent homeopathic remedies like
Potentized Bioenergetic Impressions of Liver tissue (lyophilized) 500. 0; L- ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 100.0; Iron (aspartate) 30.0; Niacine (vitamin B3) 30.0; Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) 5.0; Copper (aspartate) 2.0; Folic acid. 40 (400mcg); Cobalamin (vitamin B12). 10 (100mcg)
Ayurveda also has numerous herbs and medicines to correct the Anemia and underlying causes and give lasting relief from Anemia.
In my experience the best results come from taking Ayurvedic herbs and homeopathic remedies (classical and resonance) together. You may get details at biogetica.com

Posted by Laura
Santa Cruz, Ca
05/19/2012
I had severe anemia, fainting, I could not at times lift my arms to shower. One thing that I strongly recommend is Floridex, iron an herbs. it is a liquid and bought at health food stores, and online.

Posted by Elsaeasterly (Elsewhere, Ca, Usa) on 05/19/2011

[YEA]  In January I was diagnosed as being severely anemic. My ferritin level was 2. My blood volume was down by 10%. The doctor said I had virtually no iron in my body. I had been taking blackstrap molasses (1 or 2 tablespoons a day) for about a year and unfortunately it did not help me. I knew I needed iron because I was anemic 5 years ago, but it wasn't nearly as bad then as this time.

I did not want to take the prescription after reading all the negative experiences about it. I checked here on Earth Clinic and Dr. Weil's web site and decided to try the remedies that I listed in the title. I hope these brand names are printed because I am not endorsing one in particular, and I did read about at least 2 of them here.

After 2 months, huge success! All my numbers had come up so much that my doctor looked at me with big eyes and asked, "What did you do?" She actually wrote down the names of these products so that she could recommend them to other patients.

Interestingly, in Dr. Weil's article, he recommended Floradix, but said that it probably wouldn't be enough for those with severe anemia. Well, I took it anyway and proved him wrong!

By the way, prior to my first round of bloodwork, I had been taking rather large doses of zinc. I didn't find out until I was reading up on anemia that it blocks iron absorption. I also read that you should avoid milk, eggs, tea, and chocolate. I couldn't give up these items completely, but I reduced the milk and eggs, and I didn't take my iron within a couple of hours of consuming tea or chocolate. I had great results anyway

Posted by Elsaeasterly
Elsewhere, Ca, Usa
05/20/2011
26 Posts
I see that the remedies that I used didn't make it into the title of my post. I used Floradix, Carlson's Chew Iron, SpaTone, and liquid chlorophyll.

Oil Pulling   1  0   

Posted by Angela (Syracuse, NY)

[YEA]  I have been anemic for 2 and half years now. I was told to take Iron pills. Well they didnt work one bit. Luckily I found this website while trying to find a natural cure for kydney damage and pancreatitis and came across the oil pulling. I read about it and even went to different sites to find out if it was true. Well everything I found sounded amazing so I went out and bought the sesame oil. The first day I took it I felt just a little better. The second day I felt 95% better than i've felt in a long time. I also had blood work done a few days ago and found out I am no longer anemic and not only that but my lipase enzyme levels were back to normal. All this change within a month. I absolutely swear by the oil pulling.

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Pekmezi   1  0   

Posted by Demina (Athens, Greece) on 12/08/2010

[YEA]  It is very weird that no one here has never or so I think- mentioned the traditional grape molasses named pekmezi in Turkish or petimezi in Greek Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Petimezi I guess that it is a local product and not widespread in other places in the world otherwise the page blackstrap molasses would have been a tiny sub page of this grapes molasses pages product.

Pekmezi is made by boiling down slowly for hours the first juice you get after crushing the grapes (the very first step for producing wine before any kind of fermentation) until this juice becomes a mild-thick black-brown sweet syrup. Actually in Greece we can do it in our own kitchen provided we find tons of fresh crushed grape juice. It is a difficult home procedure as we need "gallons" of this fresh juice to produce a bottle of pekmezi. There are a lot of wine producing countries in the world but I don't know if any others than the two above have also this product -well, lazy housewives ? :-)
Even wikipedia doesn't mention pekmezi in its "grapes" page as a grapes product (although there is a petimezi page, mentioned above)
If you just consider the raw material grapes- the grape molasses is far better than any other molasses. There are a lot of "grape" diets but non "sugar cane" ones, and there are a lot of health claims for grapes.

Anyway the grape molasses is so rich in iron too, that you can taste it. One spoon per day is the best home remedy for iron deficiency anemia. In Greece this was a must have remedy for young girls with heavy menstruation, actually not a remedy in a sense of healing the heavy menstruation, but in a sense of rebuilding the body the blood and the stamina. Pregnant women used to take it also. It was a material difficult to produce and every home had bottle as a medicine in its kitchen. I said was because the big pharma came and now the population has been brainwashed to take iron pills for anemia and millions of synthetic vitamins. Also as it is a have it all super food- when a small child was very ill and refused to eat we gave him a spoon of petimezi and we were sure that its body had all the necessary nutrients to combat illness and we didn't mind that the child refused to eat. I remember when I was 7 with chicken pox and 40Celsius for a week and I was saying "I'm dying" my mother gave me pekmezi and water as my sole food. I do not know in other countries what kind of food they feed (before the mass products appear) the very ill children when they refuse to eat but I suppose those exact foods would be the richest in nutrients foods available locally. Check on them in your country!

Posted by Mario
Niagara Falls, Ontario
06/28/2012
Would you be kind enough to get me a bottle and ship it to me, and if you do I would like to know how much so I can send you the money in US dollars. Thank you so much for this wonderful info.
Posted by Selini
Nyc, Ny
02/08/2013
3 Posts
For Mario/Niagara Falls, Ontario.... All you have to do is Google PETIMEZI not pekmezi.... Grape molasses or PETIMEZI grape syrup.... Comes up.... It's all on google.... That's all you have to do regarding any questions people.......... search... and it is there.

Pernicious Anemia Remedies   0  0   

Posted by Anonymous99 (Ogden, Ut) on 08/30/2014

Pernicious Anemia cures: Before B12 was isolated, the Nobel Prize was given for a diet. The abstract is below or you can search. January 1,1948; Blood: 3 (1)

TREATMENT OF PERNICIOUS ANEMIA BY A SPECIAL DIET

  1. GEORGE R. MINOT, M.D. and
  2. WILLIAM P. MURPHY, M.D.

Abstract

The dietetic treatment of pernicious anemia is of more importance than hitherto generally recognized.

Forty-five patients with pernicious anemia observed essentially in sequence are continuing to take a special diet that they have now been living on for from about six weeks to two years but which was temporarily omitted by three. This diet is composed especially of foods rich in complete proteins and iron—particularly liver —and containing an abundance of fruits and fresh vegetables and relatively low in fat.

Following the diet, all the patients showed a prompt, rapid and distinct remission of their anemia, coincident with at least rather marked symptomatic improvement, except for pronounced disorders due to spinal cord degeneration. Improvement was often striking, so that where the red blood cell count averaged for all before starting the diet 1,470,000 per cubic millimeter, one month afterward it averaged 3,400,000; and for the twenty-seven cases observed from four to six months after the diet was begun, the average count was 4,500,000 per cubic millimeter.

Patients having had two or more relapses showed on the average slightly lower red blood corpuscle counts about one and two months after commencing the diet than did those who had started it in their first or second relapse.

Change in the frequency of bowel movements, temporary increase of reticulocytes in the peripheral blood, and decrease of the icterus index of the blood serum were among the earliest signs that heralded the patient’s better health.

All the patients have remained to date in a good state of health except three, who discontinued the diet; two rapidly improved on resuming it and the other has just commenced it again. As the diet was advised for most of the patients less than eight months ago, enough time has not yet elapsed to determine whether or not the remissions will last any longer than in other cases.

1948 by American Society of Hematology, Inc.

Pumpkin Seeds   4  0   

Posted by Fiona (Arizona, USA) on 09/22/2008

[YEA]  I can't thank you enough, this has worked well for me.When i felt Dizzy spells coming i would know my iron level has dropped, so i would eat seeds and i would feel better.

Posted by Mona (Sydney, Australia) on 08/22/2008

[YEA]  PUMPKIN SEEDS for Anemia-IM in my late 20's and i have been Anemic all my life,ive had to have injections and take iron tablets but i got sick of it in the end and my doc told me that if i carried on taking iron tablets all my life i will kill my liver,so he suggested i start eating everything with high iron. The funniest thing was i discoverd pumpkin seeds when i had my second child and was told i needed a blood transfusion, but i rejected and went on a mission to get my iron levels up without it. I ate hand full morning,evening and night and after 2 weeks the doctor was in shock at how fast my iron level went up. SO PLEASE give it a go and let me know the results. GOOD LUCK.

Posted by Jules
Toronto, Canada
06/16/2009
[YEA]   "Tried this remedy for about 3 months, iron levels have improved so much.

Just want to say thanks.

Posted by Aneet
Delhi, India
08/03/2011
kindly advice how to take pumpkin seeds to treat anemia

regards, aneet

Posted by Emma
Los Angeles, Usa
03/09/2012
[YEA]   "This actually works!!!

Remedies Needed   0  0   

Posted by Rocky (Baltimore, Md) on 12/03/2012

I can not digest Iron supplements. I tried to take spinach juice or beet juice or any iron supplements, I feel pressure on my kidney. I have muscle pain and feel low after that. I do not have celiac disease. I have pain in knee because of low iron. Please suggest what should I do to asborb iron.

Posted by Anon
Anon
12/03/2012
Hi, If you take iron supplements you should take them with fresh orange juice for the vitamin c which helps with iron absorption. Do not drink any caffeinated drinks or alcohol. Bsm is full of iron, spiruella supplement is good. Eat red meat / eggs etc. You didn't say how anemic you are. I have been severly anemic in the past- there is alwYs a reason and this is important in recommending the cure. Why are you anemic? Where is the blood loss. When I was serverly anemic I was sleepy lot , every task exhausted me , I had heart palpitations , I was breathless and had weird cravings but no problem with my knees. Some conditions like cancer for eg cause anemia.
Posted by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
12/03/2012
704 Posts
Hi Rocky, An easy way to build the blood is with liquid chlorophyll. I was extremely anemic years ago and pregnant and my midwife warned me that if I did not bring my red blood cell count up, she would not deliver me. At the time I was working for a biochemist who created a line of vitamins and supplements. I told him my dilemma and he said chlorophyll would work immediately as it is the blood of the plants and when our body takes it in, it transposes it to red blood. I started taking it immediately and by the next visit, my midwife was astounded! She asked what I did and I told her and she said she would pass that on to others. I have helped many over the years who dealt with anemia. I hope this helps. Let us know if it works for you as successfully. Lisa
Posted by Keeptrying
Vancouver, Bc Canada
12/03/2012
Use a cast iron frying pan, iron leeches out of it into your food...
Posted by Mmsg
Somewhere, Europe
12/04/2012
Anon, you are right about Blackstrap Molasses. It cured anemia for me. One tablsp. In hot water topped up with soymilk, was my "coffee" then. I would take it twice a day, and when I felt stronger (usually after a week or so), I slowed down to once a day, and then to once in a while.
Posted by Had
White River Jct, Vermont
01/18/2013
53 Posts
I also was having a very hard time, I did some research and I switched to non-irritating Iron (ferric pyrophosphate) and now take between 45-60 mg once a day w/ Vit C. I have no bad reaction to this. It is suppposed to be the most absorbable form of iron.

Posted by Krisn (Portland, Oregon) on 10/13/2012

Hi Ted, I have shortness of breath, dizziness felt foggy. and general weakness The doctor checked me several times for iron deficiency and told me I was not anemic I was sent to see if it was asthma and that was negative. Ten mths later Ferritin level check revealed low level of 14. But the doctor never mentioned it was the reason for my symptoms. The only other vitamin that was low was potassium. Anyhow any idea on how to get ferritin levels to a higher level. I'm a ova- vegetarian.

Posted by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
10/13/2012
704 Posts
Hi Krisn, You can take chlorophyll and that will raise your ferritin levels. You can get liquid chlorophyll at the health food store. It is very effective because it is the "blood" of the plants and when we take it in, our bodies convert it to red blood cells for us. I was told this years ago when I was pregnant and had a very low iron count in which my midwife said she would not deliver me at home if I did not get that up quickly. At the time I was working with a biochemist and told him my predicament. He gave me this as a solution and the next visit, my midwife was astounded at how my numbers had changed. She asked me what I did to make that happen. Since then, I have given this solution to many friends. Hope this helps. Lisa
Posted by D M
Orlando, Fl
10/14/2012
For iron deficiency: whenever you eat an iron-rich food (i.e. , eggs, dark greens, legumes, dried raisins/apricots, black strap molasses) always consume a Vitamin C rich food (i.e. , citrus or other fruits, orange juice, red bell peppers, ascorbic acid/Vit. C tablets, even broccoli) in the same meal. Intake of iron is greatly enhanced when Vitamin C is taken at the same meal. Eat plenty of dark greens, beans, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and fruits while limiting intake of refined foods. Add iron-rich liquid nutrition (i.e. , green juices and nutritional drinks -- easily absorbed); take with Vitamin C. If your exercise regimen is very strenuous, you may wish to cut back (athletes sometimes test as being anemic--however this does not apply to the usual sedentary person). Best wishes! :)
Posted by Doug
Luperon, Puerto Plata Domnican Republic
12/01/2012
2 Posts
The answer for anemia is so simple it is laughable. In the old days they used iron pots to cook in and they had no anemia. Now we use aluminium and the problem starts. All you need to do is get a peace of iron and put it in the pot when you do your cooking. Put some iron nails in your juice for an hour before you drink it. Our family uses iron cook ware and since we started the anemia went away.
Posted by A
Nha Trang, Vietnam
12/04/2012
7 Posts
"The answer for anemia is so simple it is laughable." But... May I say, without being rude, that to put and cook nails in the soup is, at the very least... Disgusting!

Posted by Lisa (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) on 09/17/2012

Hi, I recently turned and have low blood levels, needed a blood transfusion in 2010. My iron levels are going down again, how do I naturally increase my levels. Also, I need to know what's going on in my body, sometimes I have so much pain in my joints, it starts from my head and then my back, chest and legs. I am so frustrated wondering if that is what I have to look forward to in my older years. When I get the joint pains, I have blood in my urine. Please send me some home remedies. Thanks -

Posted by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
09/17/2012
704 Posts
Hi Lisa, You could take liquid chlorophyll. I have used this successfully to rid anemia long ago. Since then, I have recommended this to several people- usually women, who have also used it successfully. It works rather quickly. Try it! Hope this helps. Lisa
Posted by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
09/18/2012
1247 Posts
Lisa from Florida, in addition to the chlorophyll that Lisa of Ca. suggested Ted's "Borax" remedy seems indicated for the joint pain, but do read up on it and other solution in the REMEDIES - AILMENTS - SUPPLEMENTS sections at the top of page; lots of info here.
Posted by Heather
Leicester
09/18/2012
If I were you I would get the blood in urine checked out by a doctor- could be several things. Meanwhile Epsom Salt bath helps joint pain and BLack strap molasses helps both joint pain and anemia gradually. Try ACV and bicarb remedy too.

Posted by Sanjeev (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) on 08/24/2012

My wife ( Age 46 ), her hemoglobin count is 8. I would like to know the remedy

Posted by Ed2010
Oakville, Canada
08/24/2012
Wheat Grass Juice, the only food that will replenish your blood in couple of weeks. For staple food supplement providing all nutrients you should take Chyavanprash. thanks
Posted by Baldev
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
08/24/2012
116 Posts
Hi Sanjeev, To increase the Hemoglobin count you can give "Black Resins" and dry fig slices soaked in the water overnight. Take 6to8 black resins and 2 slices of fig and soak them in a cup of water over night. In the morning on empty stomach eat the rasins and fig slices chewing them thorouhly and drink the water in which they were soaked. It should help your wife to increase the Hemoglobin count. Baldev 09322887066.
Posted by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
08/24/2012
704 Posts
Hi Sanjeev, One of the quickest ways to build the red blood is with chlorophyll. Long ago when I was pregnant with my first child, I was so anemic that my midwife told me if I didn't bring my red blood cell count up, I would not be allowed to have my baby at home. At the time, I was working with a biochemist and was telling him my story. He told me to drink this and I would be fine in no time. I began taking liquid chlorophyll from the health food store. Sure enough, my midwife was thrilled to see the change on my next visit! Since then, I have helped quite a few women with that tip. They have all seen the results. Hope this helps, Lisa
Posted by Timh
Louisville, Ky, Usa
08/25/2012
1247 Posts
This is good news for those who don't happen to have Blackstrap Molasses in their cupboard. Raw Liver Tablets is also good for blood building. Evidently the chlorophyll molecule is near identical to a red blood cell (erythrocyte) which explains the benefit. As for conjunctive therapy, 1hr daily Love 528 harmonics or music should sync w/ the chlorophyll as they share the same frequency (528 hz).
Posted by Lisa
Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa
08/25/2012
704 Posts
Hi Timh, Oh, I did forget to add that the way the biochemist described this to me was, the chlorophyll is the blood of the plant so when we take it in, our body converts it to red blood. The similarities between chlorophyll and hemoglobin are impressive. Thanks for reminding me to add this in, Lisa

Posted by Cathy (North Canton, Ohio) on 07/07/2009

Question: I am looking for a supplement to take to improve a LOW hemoglobin count. I have been under a doctor's care for 7 years, in treatment for MDS, myelodysplasia, lazy bone marrow. I get procrit injections to boost my RBC. I do not seem to be getting better or worse. Thank-you!

Posted by Beverly
Eagan, Minnesota
02/22/2012
Hi.. There's a liquid iron supplement that a doctor recommended to my aunt when she was pregrant and had low iron.. Its called floradix iron herbs.. It worked great for her and was easy to absorbed. The name of the company that makes it is called salus liquid tonics...

Supplements   1  0   

Posted by Diana (China Grove, Nc) on 12/16/2011

[YEA]  Hello, My name is Diana. I have an ongoing problem with heavy periods and fibroids but at my age I did not want a hysterectomy. I am going to try the apple cider vinegar. I have already started using the kind with the mother in it. They say it is the best. I have to use iron supplements as well and I just wanted to let you know that I use an iron supplement that works really well for me and it is called "Blood Builder" from a place called Wellness. Iron supplements make me really sick but this one usually does really good for me. I still have to take food though before I take any kind of supplements. I always have. When I first started using the "Blood Builder" iron supplement my blood was really low and when I went back to the doctor to have it rechecked they could not get over how great my blood was. They were thrilled. They told me they had never seen it that good before. I really like them and just wanted to let all of you know in case you may want to try something different.


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