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This is a quick reference to various anticoagulants: indicates prescription, indicates herbal/natural product

Role Preferred Alternatives  
Protection of brain Piracetam Other Nootropics  
Fibrinogen reducer Piracetam
Tumeric 
   
 Fibrin and coagulation product dissolvers. Potentates antibiotics. Bromelain
  1. Nattokinase
  2. Serrapeptase
  3. Lumbrokinase
 
Decrease platelet aggregation.
WARNING: Only take one in this class due to bleeding risk
Grape Seed Extract
  1. Pine Cone extract
  2. Aspirin
  3. Ginseng
  4. Ginkgo Biloba
 
Improves Blood Flow Alpha-Lipoic Acid RLA Evening Primrose Oil  
Generic treatment for coagulation defects Low dosage Heparin    
Calming of inflammation of blood vessels Red Yeast Rice (with CoQ 10)
Vitamin D
Statins
ARB's
 
       
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