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Dr. Kennedy "Blood thinner" is a common name for any anticoagulant agent used to prevent the formation of blood clots. Blood-thinners do not really thin the blood. (True blood thinning is called anemia.) They prevent it from clotting. Blood-thinners (anticoagulants) have various uses. Some are used for the prophylaxis (prevention) of thromboembolic disorders; others are used for the treatment of thromboembolism. Commonly used mainstream medicine blood thinners are Heparin and Coumadin. In nutritional medicine we use Vitamin E in large doses and enzymes such as Nattokinase. These are also effective, and much safer.



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