Table showing Anemia nutrients and vitamin.
|Above all, as prescribed by physician. Moreover, take with 100 mg vitamin C for better absorption.||Above all, to restore iron. Therefore, use a ferrous gluconate form.
Therefore, do not take iron unless anemia is diagnosed.
|or Floradix Iron + Herbs from Salus Haus||2 tsp twice daily||Contains a readily absorbable form of iron that is nontoxic and from a natural source.|
|Ram liver extract||500 mg twice daily.||Above all, contains all the elements needed for red blood cell production. Therefore, use liver from organically raised (Anemia nutrients). Likewise, consider injections (under a doctor’s supervision).|
|Blackstrap molasses||For example, 1 tbsp twice daily for adults; on the other hand, 1 tsp added to milk for children and infants.||Above all, contains iron and essential B vitamins.|
|Folic acid||800 mcg twice daily.||Above all, needed for red blood cell formation.|
|plus biotin||300 mcg twice daily.|
Vitamin B12 injections
|2cc once weekly or as prescribed by physician.||Therefore, essential in red blood cell production and to break down and prepare protein for cellular use. Above all, injections (under a doctor’s supervision) are best. But, if injections are not available, use a lozenge or sublingual form for best absorption.|
|or vitamin B12 (anemia nutrients)||2,000 mcg 3 times daily.|
|Vitamin B complex||For example, 50 mg of each major B vitamin, 3 times daily (Therefore, amounts of individual vitamins in a complex will vary).||B vitamins work best when taken together. Therefore, a sublingual form is recommended.|
|plus extra pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)||50 mg 3 times daily.||Therefore, important in red blood cell production. Moreover, involved in cellular reproduction.|
|and vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)||100 mg daily.||Therefore, aids absorption of vitamin B12.|
Vitamin C plus bioflavonoids
|3,000-10,000 mg daily.||Therefore, important in iron absorption.|
|Brewer’s yeast||For example, as directed on label.||Above all, rich in basic nutrients and a good source of B (Anemia nutrients).|
|Coenzyme A from Coenzyme-A Technologies||For example, as directed on label.||Above all, supports the immune system’s detoxification of many dangerous substances.|
|Copper||2 mg daily.||Similarly, needed in red blood cell production.|
|and zinc||30 mg daily. Do not exceed this amount.||Note: Therefore, if more zinc is used, increase copper proportionately. Needed to balance with copper.|
|Raw spleen glandular||For example, as directed on label.||Anemia nutrients|
|S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe)||For example, as directed on label.||As a result, helps reduce stress and depression.
Caution: Therefore, do not use if you have bipolar mood disorder or take prescription antidepressants. Moreover, do not give to a child under twelve.
|Vitamin A||10,000 IU daily.||Important antioxidants.|
|plus natural beta-carotene||15,000 IU daily.|
|or carotenoid complex (Betatene)||For example, as directed on label.|
|Vitamin E||200 IU daily. Take separately from iron supplements.||That is to say, is important for red blood cell survival; as a result, prolongs the life span of these cells. Therefore, use an emulsion form for easier assimilation. Use d-alpha-tocopherol form.|
❑ For example, alfalfa, bilberry, cherry, dandelion, goldenseal, grape skins, hawthorn berry, mullein, nettle, Oregon grape root, pau d’arco, red raspberry, shepherd’s purse, and yellow dock, are good for anemia(Anemia nutrients).
Cautions: Do not take goldenseal or Oregon grape root during pregnancy. Do not take goldenseal internally on a daily basis for more than one week at a time. Do not use it during pregnancy or if you are breast-feeding, and use with caution if you are allergic to ragweed. Moreover, if you have a history of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or glaucoma, use it only under a doctor’s supervision.
❑ Likewise, herbalists consider nettle (Urtica dioica), a nutritious plant rich in iron, vitamin C, chlorophyll, and other minerals, an effective supplement in the treatment of irondeficiency anemia(Anemia nutrients).