Was doing a bit of searching, this subject has piqued my interest since thick blood and lymph form the base for many disease states. What sort of diet are you on? And how did you end up with hypercoagulation? If you answered that already, I apologize, am a bit scattered.
Sounds like a serious condition~ !
A lot of good info here, they say that omega-6 fatty acids must be balanced before attempting normalizing omega 3:
"Research in the area of enzyme therapy and circulatory disorders has revealed some interesting findings. About 100 years ago, the French doctor Trousseau drew attention to the tendency of cancer patients to suffer thromboses and of thrombotic patients to suffer from cancer. Using studies (including dissection statistics from the Hamburg and Munich Pathological Institutes), cancer researchers have confirmed Dr. Trousseau's findings.
The common factor is clear. The cancer cells can multiply undisturbed and form a tumor, by hiding in and under undissolved fibrin." - Enzymes & Enzyme Therapy, Anthony J. Chichoke, D.C., Keats Publishing, Inc., New Canaan, Connecticut, 1994, page 214.
"Bromelain works much the same way as these new "miracle" clot-busting drugs, by stimulating the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, which in turn helps break down the fibrin clot." - Dr. David Williams
"Pancreatic enzymes and vegetable enzymes are part of the supportive theory. You have the papaya melons as the source of the enzyme Papain and pineapple as a source of the enzyme Bromelain. The demasking effect of these enzymes against the pericellular layer of the malignant cell is something very concrete in the immunology of cancer. Now I prefer, rather than advising the use of bromelain or papaya tablets that the individual seeking these enzymes get them directly from the fresh ripe pineapple and papaya fruit. As much as half a pineapple a day should be ingested...You have nothing to lose by eating fresh pineapple and papaya melons." - Dr. Krebs, Jr.
The Japanese fermented food "natto" is a rich source of the enzyme nattokinase that dissolves clots and fibrin deposits in various parts of the body. This makes natto a useful treatment for many problems associated with fibrin and impaired circulation (hyper-coagulation of the blood, circulatory problems, angina, heart attacks, strokes, senility, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis,...) The Japanese people eat an average of 4.5 pounds (2.2 kg) of natto annually. - Dr. David Williams Alternatives newsletter November 2002.
Sprouts and all raw foods are good sources of enzymes. Soak your nuts, seeds, grains and legumes overnight to make them more digestible.