From Dr.David Brownstein's book "Overcoming Thyroid Disorders" 2nd edition chapter 10 Coagulation disorders pg. 271
When the immune system of the body is not functioning correctly, as in an autoimmune disorder, this can lead to a hypercoaguable state. ... In a hypercoaguable state, the blood literally 'thickens up' in the small blood vessels of the body. This results in a decreased blood flow to the muscles & othjer areas of the body ... decreaseed flow of blood to vital areas causes difficulties with nutrient & oxygen delivery to tissues.
When the body is triggered ... the body can protect itself ...thus depriving the pathogen ... preventing its dispersal throughout the body. ... also prevent immune system from properly attacking the agent & destroying it. This can leave the pathogen in the body wreaking havoc with the immune system.
... This can result in the initiation of chronic health problems, including immune system disorders.
The patients who have a genetic disposition - 25# of the population - cannot effectively shut of (sic) this coagulation system once it becomes activated.
Dr.David Berg claims, "As blood viscosity increases & blood flow is reduced throughout the body, the patient becomes hypo this & hypo that"
Hypercoagulation, Enzymes and Autoimmune Conditions
Hypercoagulation is not an accurate name as it is not that the blood is too thick. It is that the capillaries become coated with fibrin and the blood cannot flow freely. Fortunately, fibrin can be cleaned off artery walls. Using, of all things, digestive enzymes.
If you take a digestive enzyme on an empty stomach, so that it has nothing to digest in the stomach, the enzymes get into the bloodstream. (Many studies prove enzyme supplements do this.) Once there, they do several things, break down partially digested food, kill pathogens, and clean up the blood in general. Including toxins produced by mycoplasma or any of the other toxin producing micro-organisms.
More important for hypercoagulation, enzymes clean the walls of the blood vessels. Digesting and breaking down fats, and in the case of hypercoagulation, the fibrin (a protein) that coats the walls.
So take digestive enzymes between meals and with meals.