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Antihypertensive Herbs


Antihypertensive herbs are those herbs which are used to treat or reduce High Blood Pressure.

Effect of an Antihypertensive on Body or Organ :
These herbs may effect Heart, Blood vessels and or Blood.

How does an Antihypertensive work :
These herbs may reduce the Blood volume. It may be achieved by increasing the urine output. Few herbs may widen or dilate the Blood Vessels. This may result in easy Blood flow. Some herbs may lower the rate of contraction of the Heart. This may reduce the amount of pumped Blood.

Excess of Antihypertensive herbs may cause :
Stomach Problems
Nasal Congestion


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Rubus Buergeri
Scoparia Dulcis
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Single Herbs

Crape Jasmine as Antihypertensive

Crape Jasmine contains Antihypertensive property. This property helps to lower down the blood pressure in an adequate way. You need to make decoction of Crape Jasmine leaves. Drink 30 ml decoction two times a day.

Sida Cordifolia for High Blood Pressure

Extract the juice of Sida Cordifolia plant by crushing it. Take 4 ml of it thrice a day.

Flax Seed for High Blood Pressure

Use Flax Seed oil in your cooking.

Chayote for High Blood Pressure

Include cooked fruit of Chayote in your daily diet.
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Herbal Treatment For High Blood Pressure 8

Add 3 g Baking Soda and 10 ml Apple Cider Vinegar in a cup of lukewarm water. Drink it twice a day.
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18 Jan 2018
You offer the advice of, "Use flax seed oil in your cooking." This may be misinterpreted by some that don't realize that flax seed oil can not be heated and should not be in contact with very hot food. BTW, you have an excellent website.
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