Sea buckthorn oil vs. Aspirin

I already take an 80 mg low-dose aspirin that my cardiologist put me on. I was concerned that adding sea buckthorn oil might be too much in thinning my blood.
I would like to know your opinion.

Since you are taking 80 mg low-dose aspirin, taking sea buckthorn oil may double the blood thinning effect. Thus, when you take sea buckthorn oil, you may stop taking the aspirin.

The benefits of taking sea buckthorn oil are that it provides Omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9 and all other effects to prevent heart attacks and stroke and reverse the aging effect of all body sites.

More detailed benefits are presented in this article:

Conversely, taking aspirin has many side effects but has no benefits on age reversing and nutritional supplements like omega fatty acids.

The most common side effects of aspirin are indigestion, stomach aches and bleeding.

More detailed side effects of low-dose aspirin are listed in this article:

Thus, taking sea buckthorn oil may be more beneficial than a low-dose aspirin.

You may want to discuss this option with your doctor.

Disclaimer: This article is for information purposes only. It is about natural products, nutrients, and/or alternative methods for managing discomforts associated with vaginal dryness (not a true disease). It is not medical advice for the treatment of any disease.

Sep 3, 2023

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