Symptoms of Anemia
Some of the most
common symptoms of anemia are lethargy,
exhaustion, lack of energy and persistent
feeling of being physically drained.
Breathlessness, premature wrinkling,
dull eyes, headache, and pale skin and
nails are some common effects of anemia.
The healing time that results from injuries
is considerably longer for anemic individuals.
individuals exert excess pressure on
their hearts and may experience frequent
palpitations. They may suffer from heart
on the severity of the allergic reaction,
the symptoms may be mild, moderate,
serious or in some cases, fatal.
Anemia is one of the most widespread
ailments and it is possible to utilize
natural treatments to improve the oxygen
carrying capacity of blood. Some of
these remedies are:
Most green vegetables such as spinach,
fenugreek, lettuce and okra are rich
sources of iron. The regular consumption
of these vegetables ensures a steady
supply of iron in the body. Fenugreek
seeds are also a rich source of iron.
Beets and Carrots
Beets and carrots
are rich in iron and aid in the body’s
To obtain the benefits of beets and
carrots, scrub them and consume them
raw, steam them, or add them to stir-fried
A daily glass
of beetroot juice or carrot juice is
also effective. Beet juice is especially
high in vitamins B1, B2 and B6, sulphur,
iodine, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus
and copper. Blend the juices together
to create beet-carrot juice, which is
an excellent immunity-enhancing source.
Add one pinch of rock salt to enhance
Sesame seeds are another sufficient
source of iron. Anemic patients can
benefit by consuming milk mixed with
ground sesame seeds. Soak a teaspoonful
of sesame seeds in lukewarm water and
proceed to grind, strain, sweeten with
honey or sugar, and mix in a glass of
many beneficial elements including iron,
copper and vitamins. To maximize the
benefits of almonds, soak seven almonds
in water, preferably overnight, so that
the skin may be removed. Remove the
skin and grind the almonds to create
a fine paste. Consume this paste every
Concoctions for coping
two tablespoons of chamomile, two
tablespoons of ground orange peel,
and half of a teaspoon of ground
ginger into two cups of boiling
water. Allow the mixture to cool.
Strain and add one cup of brandy.
Consume one half of a cup of this
blend every morning and evening.
teaspoon of fenugreek seeds, dandelions
and dried comfrey into two cups
of boiling water and boil together
for ten minutes. Strain the mixture
and enhance its taste by adding
honey. Regular use of this mixture
can soothe the condition of an anemic