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Cold Hands and Feet
By Steven Horne, RH (AHG) & Kimberly Balas, ND
See also Hypothyroid and Circulation (poor)

Mild, chronic feelings of cold, especially in the extremities, can be a symptom of several different health problems.
Low thyroid is a common cause and taking remedies to boost the thyroid often resolves the problem.

Another common cause is poor circulation to the extremities. If there are symptoms of arteriosclerosis, then the oral chelation program may be helpful. For less serious circulatory issues, try taking Capsicum or Capsicum, Garlic and Parsley.

Cold hands and feet may also be a symptom of a lowered immune response. If the person is tired and catches colds and flu easily, then try Trigger Immune. If the lungs are weak and the person has problems with wheezing or shortness of breath, then Lung Support may be helpful.

If the person is pale and thin or emaciated, then poor digestion may be a root cause. Spleen Activator is helpful in that case.

Below is a list of suggested products. Those in bold are key products for the health issue explained on this page.
For details and ordering simply copy a product's name in the search box above or click on the bold name.

Therapies: Exercise and Oral Chelation

Herbs: Capsicum

Herbal Formulas: Anti-Gas, Blood Stimulator, Capsicum & Garlic with parsley, Ginkgo & Hawthorn, IN-X, Lung
Support, Spleen Activator, Trigger Immune and TS II

Herbal Extracts: Guggul Lipid

Nutrients: Flax Seed Oil, Niacin and Omega-3

Nutraceuticals: Mega-Chel and Thyroid Support


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