Some herbal diuretics that may be useful for edema are bilberry, grape seed extract and dandelion, notes the University of Maryland Medical Center. Because these herbs can cause interactions with certain medications, it ... More »

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Watermelon, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots and cranberry juice are all natural diuretics that aid in reducing edema, according to Progressive Health. Additional foods that have diuretic properties are celery, grapes, artich... More »

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Fruits that are known for their diuretic properties include grapes, watermelon and cranberries; the latter can be consumed in berry, juice or supplement form. Although often erroneously classified as a vegetable, tomatoe... More »

People on certain medications such as Coumadin or Warfarin should not take vitamin K supplements, as stated by the University of Maryland Medical Center. Pregnant or breast-feeding mothers should also be cautious of the ... More »

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It may take up to four weeks for individuals to feel the full effect of St. John’s wort, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. Individuals typically take St. John’s wort to relieve mild to moderate depr... More »

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The recommended daily dose of coenzyme Q10 for adults over 19 is between 30 to 200 milligrams, states the University of Maryland Medical Center. As of 2015, there is no medically established, ideal daily dose for coenzym... More »

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CoQ10 is not a blood thinner, but some researchers believe that it can help in preventing the formation of blood clots, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center. However, CoQ10 supplements make blood-thinni... More »

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