If you began to feel the beat­ing of your own heart too often, then you are faced with inter­rup­tions in its rhythm. Cor­rect func­tion­al dis­or­ders in the work of the myocardi­um are capa­ble of nat­ur­al reme­dies for arrhyth­mia, which will be dis­cussed. If the heart mus­cle and / or blood ves­sels are affect­ed by organ­ic lesions, the nat­ur­al sub­stances list­ed below can be safe­ly includ­ed in com­plex treat­ment reg­i­mens to enhance the ther­a­peu­tic effect. So, we bring to your atten­tion the most effec­tive and safest gifts of nature in terms of the devel­op­ment of side effects, which have a pro­nounced car­dio­pro­tec­tive and antiar­rhyth­mic effect.

1. Blood red hawthorn

It is the rich­est source of vit­a­mins A, C, E, K, beta-carotene. All of them are nec­es­sary for prop­er car­diac activ­i­ty, as well as macro- / microele­ments — mag­ne­sium, potas­si­um, cal­ci­um, iron, zinc, iodine and oth­ers, con­tained in excess in hawthorn. In addi­tion, this plant con­tains spe­cif­ic com­pounds that are espe­cial­ly valu­able for the health of blood ves­sels and the heart: unsat­u­rat­ed fat­ty acids, phy­tos­terols, flavonoids. Due to the com­plex effect of all these sub­stances, hawthorn helps to strength­en the walls of blood ves­sels, cleanse them of cho­les­terol, expand the blood­stream, improve blood cir­cu­la­tion and, which is espe­cial­ly impor­tant for arrhyth­mia, relieve spasms from the heart mus­cle. Note that not only the fruits of this shrub, but also flow­ers with leaves have a pro­nounced car­dioton­ic and antiar­rhyth­mic effect. There­fore, for pre­ven­tive and ther­a­peu­tic pur­pos­es, the simul­ta­ne­ous use of all three com­po­nents of the plant gives the max­i­mum effect.

2. Rose­hip May

It con­tains the same set of vit­a­mins as hawthorn, plus B vit­a­mins. It is espe­cial­ly rich in ascor­bic acid. More­over, it is a real cham­pi­on in its con­tent (600 mg per 100 grams of fruit). In terms of the amount of toco­pherol (vit­a­min E), rose­hip also occu­pies a lead­ing posi­tion (1.7 mg per 100 g of weight) among plants. The com­bi­na­tion of these two antiox­i­dants (C and E) in their nat­ur­al form serves as a pow­er­ful pro­tec­tion against free rad­i­cals in the car­dio­vas­cu­lar sys­tem.” At the same time, the risk of hyper­vi­t­a­minosis, which exists when tak­ing syn­thet­ic vit­a­min-min­er­al com­plex­es, is exclud­ed, since the assim­i­la­tion of these vit­a­mins from this nat­ur­al source is safe. Rose hips sup­ply the body with the most impor­tant min­er­als for car­diac activ­i­ty and hematopoiesis: potas­si­um, cal­ci­um, mag­ne­sium, sodi­um, iron, cop­per, zinc. By improv­ing the com­po­si­tion of the blood, the prepa­ra­tions of this plant help to reduce low-den­si­ty cho­les­terol, strength­en the vas­cu­lar wall, opti­mize the nutri­tion of the heart and its sup­ply of oxy­gen. As a result, the rhythm nor­mal­izes and the strength of myocar­dial con­trac­tions increas­es. Rose hips grown in accor­dance with all envi­ron­men­tal require­ments can be pur­chased here.

3. Roy­al Jel­ly

This mega-use­ful prod­uct of bee pro­duc­tion is a source of vit­a­mins A, C, D and group B, trace ele­ments, unsat­u­rat­ed fat­ty acids, amino acids, and hor­mon­al com­po­nents. For the heart and blood ves­sels, its decenoic acids are of par­tic­u­lar val­ue, which are present in the organ­isms of only two crea­tures on our plan­et — humans and bees. These sub­stances help relieve inflam­ma­tion in the myocardi­um and vas­cu­lar wall, and serve to pre­vent car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­eases. Roy­al jel­ly helps low­er cho­les­terol lev­els, acti­vate blood cir­cu­la­tion (in par­tic­u­lar, improve coro­nary blood flow), strength­en the heart mus­cle, and nor­mal­ize pres­sure dur­ing hypoten­sion. In a sit­u­a­tion of dam­age to the heart tis­sue, the bee prod­uct affects the regen­er­a­tion process in such a way that a small scar is formed and myocar­dial func­tions are not dis­turbed. As reme­dies for arrhyth­mia bee milk sta­bi­lizes the heart rate and increas­es the strength of mus­cle con­trac­tions. Of course, the max­i­mum antiar­rhyth­mic effect when tak­ing nat­ur­al reme­dies can be achieved if they are used togeth­er and on a reg­u­lar basis. Doing this is not as dif­fi­cult as it seems, because they are all com­bined in the nat­ur­al prepa­ra­tion “Car­dioton”, which you can buy direct­ly from the man­u­fac­tur­er here.