Herbal Home Remedies

Home Remedies For Heart Palpitations

Many healthy people get heart palpitations (arrhythmia). You may feel as though your heart has skipped a beat or is beating very fast or strong. The heart is powered by electrical pulses that aren't always perfect. But it's usually nothing to worry about.

The main symptom of heart palpitation is a kind of 'thumping' feeling in the chest. The patient feels a real discomfort in the front of the chest. The pulse rate may become faster than normal.

Natural home remedies

  • Here's a natural sedative to subdue the thumping. Steep two chamomile tea bags in 2 cups of just-boiled water. Steam a few shredded leaves of cabbage. Then, in a soup bowl, combine the steamed leaves with the chamomile tea. This tea-soup may not taste good, but it can help overcome those skipped heartbeats .
  • Honey has proved valuable in overcoming this condition. Honey is considered to be an excellent food for the heart being easily digested and assimilated. The patient should take a glass of water, mixed with a tablespoon of honey and the juice of half a lemon, before going to bed.
  • If you have heart palpitations occasionally, drink peppermint tea. Have a mug every day. It seems to have a calming effect on people, especially since it is an herbal tea that does not contain caffeine.
  • Grapes are one of the most effective home remedies for heart palpitation. The patient should take the juice of this fruit at frequent intervals. This will relieve the condition.
  • Black haw root bark is antispasmodic, supplies phytosterols and helps a racing heart. Use 25 drops of tincture, or sip the infusion.
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