Internal Bleeding and Fatty Liver
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Internal bleeding is a medical term used to describe the bleeding out of the blood vessels. In fact, there are many people owning the idea that internal bleeding will disappear quickly, therefore, it is unnecessary to feel fearful about this problem. However, it is estimated that if internal bleeding is not found timely as well as treated quickly, there will be death easily. In particular, because internal bleeding takes place inside the body, it is very difficult to recognize it. Therefore, blood loss may happen instantly and uncontrollably, which lead to many dangerous health issues including dizziness, Hypotension or cardiovascular collapse. Therefore, you should pay close attention when falling, experiencing surgery or stabbing wounds because these element may increase the risk of internal bleeding remarkably.

Home Remedies for Bleeding
Calendula -- Marigold/Calendula officinalis: Stops bleeding from wounds, or from the scalp, mouth or gums.For external use on wounds, scrapes, cuts. Antiseptic and disinfectant, while accelerating tissue healing and prevents secondary infection.
Cayenne -- Capsicum frutescens: Extract or powder applied externally stops bleeding in small wounds. Speeds healing by improving circulation and has antiseptic effects.Capsules or tea reduce internal bleeding. Useful for nosebleeds.
Shepherd’s Purse - Thlaspi bursa pastoris: A strong styptic; stops bleeding from external wounds, nosebleeds. Internally for bloody diarrhea and dysentery or urinary tract bleeding. Used for heavy uterine bleeding during or between menses or due to fibroids, miscarriage, menopause or post-partum bleeding.
St. John’s Wort - Hypericum perfoliatum: Stops bleeding from injuries and open wounds, puncture wounds, abrasions, irritated gums or hemorrhoids (take internally and externally). Internally: effective for various kinds of bleeding or bleeding tendency. Externally: antiseptic and antiviral, speeds healing of wounds, burns.

Geranium - Cranesbill/Geranium maculatum: An astringent and styptic; decreases clotting time in external wounds. Especially for bleeding in the digestive tract, including stomach ulcers, bleeding and diarrhea in irritable bowel syndrome or Crohn’s disease. May also be used in excess menstrual or vaginal bleeding.
Lady’s Mantle - Alchemilla vulgaris: Promotes blood coagulation and is a strong astringent for internal bleeding, heavy menstrual flow or bloody diarrhea.Useful as a rinse after dental surgery or as a douche for vaginitis.

Lesser Periwinkle - Vinca minor: Astringent/styptic for internal bleeding, bloody diarrhea or heavy menses. Reduces bleeding from nose, gums, mouth or after tooth extractions.  Useful for arteriosclerosis and insufficient blood flow to the brain.
Raspberry Leaf - Rubus idaeus: Traditional use to prevent or treat bleeding during pregnancy or labor. Used to stop bleeding from skin ulcers, wounds, gums or sore throat. An effective astringent used to treat conjunctivitis, diarrhea, vaginitis.

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