How to Reduce Fibrin in the Blood


Fibrin accumulation in the blood vessels may be a common disease among middle aged people but is nevertheless fatal causing heart attacks, arterial blockages, blood clot formation inside blood vessels and thickening of arterial walls thus causing high blood pressure.

The conditions like fibromyalgia, joint pain, inflammation etc brought about by the presence of excess fibrin should not be treated with pain killers. Pain killers will only help reduce the pain but do not assist in the healing process. Contrastingly, proteolytic enzymes act as the primary defense for bodies facing a chronic disease condition. It heals the body by acting upon the fibrin and thus reduces the symptoms like soreness and inflammation related to the presence of excess fibrin or thickening of the walls of the blood vessels. Also, it helps eliminate any trace of a chronic condition like joint pain or inflammation.

Most drugs are prescribed to suppress the symptoms and to cure the diseases temporarily without considering the real reason behind this. Since there are practically very less number of supplements available in the market for thinning the blood and breaking down excess of this insoluble blood protein, the natural and inexpensive way to decrease blood fibrin is to take some natural foods regularly. Here are some fruits and food substances that help thin the blood and surprisingly with no side effects. Take a look at these easy to access food items.

Pineapple & Papaya

The acidic fruits like Pineapple and Papaya are effective clot busters. An active enzyme bromelain present in the fruits not only digests the insoluble excess protein in the blood but also reduces cholesterol levels and reduces the soreness, joint pain and inflammation caused due to excess fibrin. Since bromelain includes fibrin’s natural enemy plasmin, the intake of this enzyme prevents platelets from adhering to each other as the Prothrombin cannot be converted to thrombin in the absence of fibrin protein.


Apple does not directly dissolve the blood clot. However, a complex compound Quercetin 3 rutinoside present in this fruit prevents the precursory compound fibrinogen thus preventing the formation of the insoluble protein fibrin. IT is also known to reduce the chances of DVT, deep vein thrombosis which ultimately break down and gets deposited in the liver thus causing pulmonary thrombosis which can be fatal if not treated immediately.


This particular Japanese staple is not exactly a favorite among people owing to its slimy appearance and pungent odor. However, the Japanese cuisine which is actually made from fermented soya bean is rich in the highly effective enzyme called Nattokinase. This enzyme not only breaks down the existing blood clots, but also prevents new ones from forming. Guess you need to give a second chance to this gooey substance.

For those who cannot afford to take in this food item or are allergic to it, Trevinol, a food supplement for reducing inflammatory symptoms and reducing fibrin levels can be the perfect substitute. Trevinol is rich in the Nattokinase which proves helpful in eliminating the chances of reproduction exces fibrin or thickening of the blood and also supplies probiotics to the body for a more functional immune system.