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Sunday, January 24, 2010 Thomas, Community Member, asks

Q: what can be used instead of warfarin

over a long length of time(10 years)skin problems--drying up-- the problem being one cannot take an oil when on Warfarin----- plus a very  severe dandruff  problem---question being what other medicatin or treatment can be used so that the sideaffects can be addressed

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Mike Farris, Community Member
1/25/10 9:39am

Hi Thomas,


There are always natural remedies available which in most cases are more effective than prescription drugs, and have no ill side effects. I highly recommend a common amino acid... aginine instead of Warfarin.


Yours for Great Health,

Mike Farris

Certified DPA Technician

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By Thomas, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/26/10, First Published: 01/24/10