• tiredness;
  • overall weakness;
  • numbness of limbs;
  • cramps;
  • tremors;
  • pale skin;
  • pale face;
  • bad memory;
  • brittle hair;
  • brittle nails;
  • lack of menstruation;
  • irregular menstruation;


  • Anemia, weak blood;
  • Exhaustion is more common in women, as women lose their menstrual blood every month. Woman are are more prone to “empty” blood;
  • Chronic blood loss (menstruation, intestinal bleeding, trauma, postoperative, etc.).
  • Improper eating habits – the body does not get enough material to produce blood.
  • Blood production is also adversely affected by eating habits that damage the pancreas. For example eating too much raw, cold food and dairy products cause pancreas low energy.


  • Nutrition and the strengthening of the hematopoietic spleen are crucial for strengthening the blood;
  • Strengthen blood;
  • Strengthen pancreas (spleen) energy;
  • Strengthen liver blood;
  • If the weakness of the blood is due to excessive bleeding, it must also be addressed.

Nutrition suggestions:

  • Avoid bitter foods, as they can “dry out” the blood;
  • Spicy and hot foods are not suitable.
  • In general, patients with weak blood should avoid foods that are hot by character: coffee, black tea, spices and alcohol;
  • Use warm and neutral foods by character;
  • Eat seafood like oysters, snails, octopus, crabs;
  • Eat meat like chicken and chicken liver, beef and liver, mutton and various meat broths.
  • Of the fruits, it is advisable to eat red fruits – cherries, strawberries, red grapes, red dates, goji berries and longan tree fruit;
  • Of the vegetables prefer Beet and red cabbage;
  • Drink red grape juice, cherry juice, beet juice, red tea (rose, hibiscus), moderate amounts of red wine;
  • Cereal rice, millet, rye, buckwheat;


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