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JJ29
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I have MTHFR C677T single copy.....I am very concerned about hypercoagulation/thick blood, among other things.

I'm a little confused about systemic enzymes vs. digestive enzymes vs. baby aspirin.

Would love to hear from others (especially those with MTHFR issues) about the following:

Can systemic enzymes replace the need for digestive enzymes and/or a baby aspirin, or do they each have their own specific benefits?

If you are taking enzymes, what brand and type (systemic or digestive) are you taking and have you seen any positive results?

Is anyone taking a baby aspirin and systemic/digestive enzymes, as well?

Thank you.....your input is greatly appreciated!

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Anyone?
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I would never take aspirin if there is any irritation of the stomach lining.

A friend of mine nearly died from one baby aspirin a day eating a hole in his stomach - and he was relatively healthy. He was in a coma for days and lost a lot of blood.

There are so many other ways to approach this. So many antioxidants also help correct the thickness of the blood. Garlic is the first that comes to mind, but that contains the same ingredient as aspirin and can also be hard on tender stomach lining.

Not sure about how herbs will work with the MTHFR matter you can ask your expert about that, or search here:

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/1/115258?

ASTAXANTHIN


http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=ASTAXANTHIN%2C%20blood

PubMed Search:

Astaxanthin, Blood - 131 medical abstracts

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The ONE EARTH HERBAL SOURCEBOOK (Tilltoson, et.al.)

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Keebler
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I just read in Nenah Sylver's RIFE book that rife machines can help correct the RBC stacking (called Rouleaux).

An F-scan was used (but other models may work as well(?).

The before and after photos are amazingly different.

Page 353, first edition, not this edition but it may still be in there, just a different page(?).

http://www.lymebook.com/rifehandbook?gclid=CJ6E-Irj86wCFQhbhwodvSlwSg

THE RIFE HANDBOOK OF FREQUENCY THERAPY

with a Holistic Health Primer

- by Nenah Sylver, PhD
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Do you take a systemic enzyme two hours before or after meals on a empty stomach like Nattokinase, serrapeptase, Lumbrokinese, Wobenzyme. These are natural blood thinners and bio film killers. I use Rechts-Regulate from Biopure ...a german natural liquid...
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JJ29
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Thank you Keebler for your input and links....I was not aware of the benefits of astaxanthin.....will read further on this.

What's your opinion of systemic enzymes like lumbrokinase/serrapeptase/nattokinase for thinning blood?

Thanks, Sk8ter for your response....I'm only using bromelain 2xday right now 30-40 min. before eating......did also use serrapeptase for a couple of months while I was on abx and I think it may have had a positive effect.....not sure how much though.

How long have you been using rechts-regulat and have you seen any positive effects?

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