Congestive Heart Failure
- Support the functioning, particularly cardiac output associated with the heart.
- Cardiac tonics
- Reduce extra pressure on the heart by decreasing oedema and supporting venous integrity
- Support venous integrity
- Vascular tonics
- Improve stress adaptation and mood
- Support excercise tolerance and vitality
- Gentle excercise
- Careful weight loss
- Adaptogens and tonics
- Manage other illnesses
Herbs For Congestive Heart Failure:
- cardiac glycosides
- convallaria majalis
- Terminalia (1500 mg/day)
- Salvia miltorrhiza
- diuretics (mild)
CHF Sample Formula:
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Updated: May 2017
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