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Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet

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  • Get your handmade Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet with adjustable closure today.

    Would you like to choose your own paracord color combination? CLICK HERE

    - Made out of high quality 450 and 550 pound test paracord
    - Fully Adjustable
    - Small fits a 6"-8" wrist
    - Large fits 7.5"-10" wrist
    - Limited Lifetime Warranty 

    If you would like to find out more on how your purchase generates support for Our U.S. Veterans and their families, click here

    We can make your bracelet with side-release metal or plastic clasp. if you would like this option, click here. IMPORTANT: Buckled bracelets are NOT adjustable so you will be asked to also provide the exact size for your bracelet. 

    Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord key chain also available here.


    We are unable to guarantee that in a Medical Emergency, your helper will read the bracelet and understand the writing.

    We use waterproof paper for the medical ID emblems but it is still NOT advisable to wear the bracelet when swimming or in the shower. 

  • Wear our Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet and help spread awareness on the importance of blood thinners not only to people but also in the field of medicine.  The Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet is a beautifully handcrafted work of art, carefully and meticulously made by American Veterans for you to wear around your wrist anytime and anywhere. By wearing your very own Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet,  you will also help in promoting and spreading awareness on what blood thinners are all about. Plus, you will also be helping the veterans who have personally handcrafted the said Medical ID Blood Thinner Paracord Bracelet. 

    What are Blood Thinners? 

    Blood thinners are medicines that prevent blood clots from forming. They also keep existing blood clots from getting larger. Clots in your arteries, veins, and heart can cause heart attacks, strokes, and blockages.

    The name blood thinner is often misleading, as they don’t actually “thin” your blood. In fact, blood thinners work by lowering the chances of blood clots forming in your body.

    You may take a blood thinner if you have:

    • Certain heart or blood vessel diseases
    • An abnormal heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation
    • A heart valve replacement
    • A risk of blood clots after surgery
    • Congenital heart defects


    Blood-thinners (anticoagulants) have various uses. Some are used for the prophylaxis (prevention) of thromboembolic disorders. Others are used for the treatment of thromboembolism. (Thrombi are clots. Emboli are clots that break free, travel through the bloodstream, and lodge in a vessel.) The anticoagulant drugs used for these clinical purposes include:

    • Intravenous heparin -- which acts by inactivating thrombin and several other clotting factors required for a clot to form
    • Oral anticoagulants such as warfarin and dicumarol -- which act by inhibiting the liver's production of vitamin K dependent factors crucial to clotting.


    Types of Blood Thinners

    There are two different types of blood thinners:

    • Anticoagulants:Lessens coagulation, or the process by which your blood clots. PRADAXA and warfarin fall into this category.
    • Antiplatelets:Prevent blood cell fragments (platelets) from sticking to the walls of your blood vessels and each other. 

    When you take a blood thinner, follow directions carefully. Blood thinners may interact with certain foods, medicines, vitamins, and alcohol. Make sure that your healthcare provider knows all of the medicines and supplements you are using. You will probably need regular blood tests to check how well your blood is clotting. It is important to make sure that you're taking enough medicine to prevent clots, but not so much that it causes bleeding.

    Natural Blood Thinners

    There are also some ingredients found in nature that some believe help reduce the risk of clotting. However, they haven’t been tested and compared against prescription blood thinners. You may want to talk to your doctor about the following natural remedies which have been reported to help thin the blood. Again, never take them instead of or with your prescription blood thinning medication.

    Some foods and drinks that can help thin the blood includes:

    • vegetables, like lettuce, tomatoes, broccoli, and onions
    • fruits, like berries, grapes, grapefruits, pineapple, and pomegranates
    • tree nuts like walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, pistachios, and brazil nuts
    • fish like mackerel, trout, herring, albacore tuna, and salmon
    • drinks like green tea, grape juice, cranberry juice, and pineapple juice
    • dark chocolate
    • garlic


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