Natural Remedies and Herbs That may Lower Blood Pressure

Natural Remedies and Herbs That may Lower Blood Pressure

We belong to modern societies, living an intense life, pursuing higher living standards. Nowadays we work more and eat less healthy.
Pursuit of our aims at any cost, leads to stress and high blood pressure.
For the past two decades, the percentage of deaths associated with high blood pressure have risen quite sharply, which means that enough people are aware of the causes and dangers of high blood pressure. Fortunately, there are proven herbs that lower blood pressure.

What is high blood pressure?

It is really simple: because blood in your body travel through the arteries, it exerts pressure or tension on the walls of blood vessels. In the body of a healthy person, this pressure is sufficient to allow the blood to reach all cells of the body. In a person with high blood pressure, this pressure is higher than normal, causing unnecessary strain on blood vessels, which may be dangerous to your health. How does weather affect blood pressure and why people with low/high blood  pressure must be careful - more info - here.

Which blood pressure range is considered normal?

 Without going into technical details, we can say that blood pressure is measured with two values - "systolic blood pressure" and "diastolic blood pressure." So, in a man with blood pressure 120 / 80, systolic pressure is 120 and diastolic - 80. These figures show the ideal blood pressure. However, this varies, depending on a number of factors, such as age, diet etc.
So, do not panic if your blood pressure is slightly higher, or lower than that limit. In summary, I can say that blood pressure of 140/90 mm Hg  is considered high and the patient needs treatment.

Herbs that lower blood pressure

1.Garlic – it’s well-known its ability, that help blood circulation in the body and this is probably the most used herb, lowering blood pressure.

2.Ginkgo Biloba – it is known as the only plant survived after the atomic bomb on Japan, during World War II. It has unique properties, contributing to the reducing of free radicals from the body. Plays a role of an anti-oxidant and helps blood circulation in the body.

3.Rhaphiolepis - this herb is known for treatment of cardiovascular diseases, but it also helps to lower blood pressure. It tones the entire cardiovascular system.

4.Mistletoe - normalize blood pressure by strengthening the heart. You can use the extract from the leaves to regain normal heart rhythm.

5.Infusion of raisins – boil 100 g. of raisins within 10 minutes in 250 ml water. Drink on a small sips within one day.

6.Tea fennel, lemon balm and calendula - one teaspoon fennel seeds are boiled for about 3-4 minutes in 250 ml. water. Finally, add a teaspoon of lemon balm leaves and a teaspoon of calendula flower. Leave to soak for 2 hours, strain. Drink two tablespoons, three times a day, before meals.

7.Beetroot juice, carrot juice and horseradish juice
Mix a cup of beetroot juice, a glass of carrot juice and one cup of horseradish juice. Add juice of one lemon, mix it with a cup of honey and drink from this mixture one tablespoon, three times a day, one hour before, or three hours after eating. Treatment duration - two months.

8.Honey and pollen
Blood pressure is affected by the consumption of a combination of honey and pollen in equal proportions.

9.St. John's Wort
Drink half a cup of this herb, three times a day.
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