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If Your Toilet Doesn’t Flush, Your Piping is Probably Clogged


And if your heart is suffering, your arteries are probably clogged.  When your arteries are clogged with plaque, it is impossible to deliver sufficient quantities of blood and oxygen back to the heart.  To improve your heart function and reduce the risk of strokes and heart attacks, a substance called Mesoglycan has been clinically studied to suggest that it improves artery health and blood flow.  Mesoglycan is a substance found in all mammals.  It is part of the structure of our joints, intestines and heart.  There are times when we can improve our arteries by increasing the level of Mesoglycan by oral supplementation.  Mesoglycan is a substance obtained from heart (aorta) and intestines of cows and hogs.   It has been used as a medicine in Europe and Asian countries and given by injection intramuscularly or intravenously, and for mild cases, orally.  Its primary medicinal value is used for treating hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), hemorrhoids, swelling and inflammation of the blood vessels (vasculitis), poor blood circulation that can lead to varicose veins, and other blood vessel problems such as leg ulcers, high blood fat levels, especially high triglycerides, and stroke.  It is also used for reducing leg pain during walking that is often experienced by people with peripheral artery disease (PAD).  Mesoglycan is sometimes used to improve cognitive function and learning skills due to poor circulation to the brain.  Another use is prevention of blood clots in the legs, otherwise known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT).  Mesoglycan can also be applied directly to the skin for treating leg ulcers, varicose veins, and tired, heavy legs.  Many alternative physicians give Mesoglycan as an injection to treat poor blood circulation, heart disease and stroke.  They give it intravenously to treat limb ischemia, a condition in which oxygen does not get to the tissues in the legs because of blood vessel problems.  Always consult your physician before supplementing your diet with a new supplement.

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