Heart disease and other cardiovascular issues continue to plague people all over the world. Prescription drug companies continue to rake in billions of dollars each year from consumers looking for a quick fix to their ailments. But at what price?
Many individuals look to alternative medicines, healthy eating habits and exercise in their attempt at preventing some chronic conditions from taking over their lives. For instance, taking a fibrinolytic enzyme, like Nattokinase, as part of a daily routine, may have similar effects to that of prescription blood thinners....
Here's a closer look:
Using a prescription drug, like Warfarin, approaches the problem of fibrin over-production completely differently. Fibrin is a protein in the human body that can accumulate around inflamed areas, as well as the blood stream, causing clotting.
Warfarin may prevent fibrin strands from forming in the first place. However, this prescription drug carries many potentially dangerous and life-threatening side-effects.
• One of the most serious adverse responses to be considered is that Warfarin may cause blood vessels to break down, which can lead to uncontrolled hemorrhaging, or even a stroke.
• Reported complications such as hypotension, dizziness, paralysis, headache, shortness of breath, difficult breathing or swallowing, chest pain, unexplained swelling, weakness or unexplained shock, are also reported side effects of this prescription drug.
• Necrosis of the skin, hypersensitivity, purple toes syndrome, allergic reactions, jaundice, hepatitis, fever, elevated liver enzymes, edema, anemia, rash, dermatitis, angina syndrome, abdominal cramping, bloating, fatigue, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
The significant difference between Warfarin and Nattokinase, is that Nattokinase is a natural, non-toxic substance that can be taken orally with longer lasting effects. This is because the properties of Nattokinase are closely similar to the clot-dissolving abilities of the biological enzyme plasmin.
It is due to its non-toxicity, that taking a nattokinase supplement has become highly-valued in the alternative medicine community when a patient is at risk due to fibrin over-production. Because Nattokinase works to dissolve the fibrin that creates the mesh in blood clots, it can be used in the same way as the drugs “Streptokinase” and “Urokinase” that are administered intravenously after a heart attack or stroke. It’s also used as a replacement for daily aspirin therapy, with the additional benefits of supporting the activity of other vital enzymes.
9/8/2020 07:22:03 am
Is Lumbrokinase an even better natural blood thinner/Clot buster? Can it be taken with Nattokinase?
9/10/2020 11:06:34 am
thanks... I had what I think is a Herxheimer reaction when I went to Lumbrokinase (Boluoke brand)... which might not be a totally bad thing... if my system was toxic... I stopped for a day and felt fine... now I think I'll stay on the nattokinase NSK-SD and serrapeptase for a few days... maybe reintroduce the Boluoke soon... maybe one cap/day to start... I felt pretty crappy. I ordered some Burbur Pinella just in case it happens again...
10/8/2020 03:49:10 pm
Hi, do you know if Lumbrokinase (Boluoke brand) can be safely taken with warfarin?
10/8/2020 04:16:00 pm
It is not known whether lumbrokinase can interact with other medications. However, as a precaution, you will generally find on the label that it should be avoided in instances where you are additionally taking anticoagulants (Warfarin) or antiplatelet drugs as this may cause easy bruising or bleeding.
10/8/2020 04:20:33 pm
I found only this one report... seems pretty positive that Lumbrokinase CAN be taken with warfarin... but so little info...
10/8/2020 04:30:09 pm
Distal meaning "away" or "distant from," but yes, your distal veins are going to be below the knee.
10/8/2020 04:38:28 pm
Jeeze, that means the Doc that reviewed the ultrasound messed it all up. Not surprised... my interaction with MDs lately has been nightmarish.
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3/8/2022 08:32:36 am
I have afib and after 5 ablations, I was told that the "watchman" procedure would take me off of warfarin then I could take Nattokinase for my high blood pressure, along with Gaba, grape seed powder, and hawthorn.
3/9/2022 10:04:48 am
According to information that I found, the Watchman device does not cure afib, but yes, you may be able to stop taking blood thinners like warfarin if the LAA seals properly. It usually takes about 45 days. Your doctor or healthcare adviser may suggest another blood thinner for a few months to make sure the implant is working properly. A medical doctor will not typically suggest Nattokinase (and other naturopathic products), but this is a decision that you will have to make, and use it under the care and supervision of someone who can monitor your progress. Cheers to better health!
5/11/2023 07:12:17 pm
The Watchman is "installed" into the Left Atrial Appendage thru an artery, and must seal itself before it's safe to get off blood thinners because this device actually touches blood and will clot during the healing process if no blood thinners are used.. There's a new device called the Atriclip which works better than the Watchman device in that the clip is "installed" around the Left Atrial Appendage and squeezes the Appendage closed from the outside using a keyhole surgical technique. Therefore there is no blood that touches the Atriclip, and so the blood thinners can be stopped immediately [usually] if desired.
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