For circulation, you might want to consider L-Arginine - it dilates blood vessels.
Or Nattokinase or nattozimes - taken on empty stomach & no food for couple hours - clears out fibrin that block blood vessels. Or Serrapeptase.
Vitamin E is a natural blood thinner - shown to have same pharmacological properties as Coumadin (crystalline warfarin sodium - a prescription anticoagulant).
Of the Beck protocol, Colloidal Silver makes the most sense to me lol. I'm just starting the protocol - so not an advocate or detractor, just desperate. But if you're going to do the protocol, it's my understanding that CS is an essential component.
When it is pointed out that colloidal and nano-silver are used by NASA and major hospital burn units, the detractors often concede that perhaps it works externally; however, they maintain that when it is taken internally it causes dangerous toxicity due to silver build-up.
Yet, the EPA says that 90-95% of ingested silver particles are eliminated from the body within two days and 99% are gone within a week
When it comes to scientific studies regarding the benefits of internal silver, last year it was reported that researchers in Hungary found specific silver receptors on human tissue - an indication that silver plays an important role in human health. (3) A joint study between the University of Texas and Mexico University published in the Journal of Nanotechnology showed that silver nano-particles of sizes 1-10nm attached to HIV-1 prevented the virus from bonding to host cells. (4)
Another study, conducted by the Department of Microbiology at Kyungpook National University in Daegu, Korea, and published in the prestigious Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, found that nano-silver was comparable in effectiveness to Amphotericin B, one of the most powerful prescription antifungal drugs known to man, which is often used intravenously to cure serious systemic fungal infections. The same study also found that nan-silver was superior to the well-known anti-fungal drug fluconazole (popularly known as Diflucan). (5)
In a recently completed study conducted by researchers from the Washington University School of Medicine and the University of Akron, Ohio, and presented at the 105th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society, researchers infected a group of mice with the bacteria Pseudomona aeroginosa. Psuedomona aeroginosa is a common cause of bacterial pneumonia in humans, especially those on ventilators, those with cystic fibrosis or those with compromised immune systems. Once infected, all the mice then inhaled aerosolized nano-particles once per day. In half of the mice, these particles contained antimicrobial particles known as silver carbene complexes (SCCs).
Mice that inhaled the SCCs had significantly lower concentrations of bacteria in their lungs than mice inhaling placebo nano-particles. Most significantly, none of the mice in the SCC group died, while all the mice in the control group did. (6)