A little while ago I made a video about the best vitamins that support healthy blood flow and today, I’m going to reveal the best herbs.
As stated in previous videos, if you have poor blood flow, it negatively affects your ENTIRE body – brain, heart, muscles, organs, and extremities – such as hands, feet, and penis.
Of course, a healthy lifestyle such as a proper diet, regular exercise program, and stress management is always important.
Unfortunately, for most people, lifestyle changes take a lot of time, effort, and money – so, they end up doing nothing – which is really bad.
And the good news is that supplements, more specifically, herbal extracts, can have very positive effects on promoting healthy blood flow and circulation.
Herbs For Blood Flow
Now, there are dozens of herbs that claim the same thing – but today I’m going to list the best ones that are the most effective and have human, clinical studies backing them up.
So, the best ones are:
Grape seed extract – make sure it’s 95% procyanidolic oligomers
- Pine Bark Extract, also known as Pycno.genol® – at 65% procyanidins
- Ginger Extract, at least 15% extract
- Nattokinase NSK-SD® (from non-GMO soy) – it fights Fibrin Buildup, which can cause clotting.
- Green Tea Extract – make sure it’s 98% Polyphenols, 45% EGCG
- White Willow Extract (25% Salicin) – which is a natural form of Aspirin and helps thin the blood and supports a healthy inflammatory response
The good news is that it’s not a big list of herbs, so you don’t have to go out and buy a ton of different supplements.
The Best Solution
Of course, taking these herbs with specific vitamins and minerals as mentioned in another video – combined with different amino acids – causes a synergistic positive effect, resulting in better results.
The supplement I use – it’s all in one pill, so it’s easy, convenient, and saves you a lot of time and money
Either way, make sure you take action and improve circulation in your body, especially if you’re over the age of 35.
It’s good for your health, fitness and longevity.
Of course, improving your lifestyle should always be a priority. But adding supplements can help speed up the results, and it’s much easier – which is something we all want.