High Blood Pressure is a disease of the Metabolism.
is a vital Organ and the most hard working part of the body. It is like a small factory that pumps gallons of oxygen rich blood to all parts of the body. It collects deoxygenated Blood from the Body via Veins and the Veins deliver this deoxygenated Blood to the Lungs, where it gets oxygenated. Now, the Heart collects this oxygen rich Blood from the Lungs and supplies it to rest of the Body parts via Arteries. The human Heart is a muscular organ and divided into four chambers which are Right Atrium, Left Atrium and Right Ventricle, Left Ventricle. To pump the Blood, the Heart muscles contract and relax alternaly. What is Blood Pressure?
The Heart beats and pumps the blood into the Blood Vessels. The muscles of the Heart contract to pump the blood into the Blood Vessels. Then they relax to fill the pump again. This exerts a force against the inner walls of the Blood vessels. The peak of the pumping action is called Systolic and the pressure that remains during the relaxation period is called diastolic. The two readings are known as Blood Pressure. Blood Pressure varies from person to person, time to time, mood to mood and even posture to posture, according to age, weight and height. The normal range of the Blood Pressure is 120/80. 120 is Systolic and 80 is Diastolic. When this balance is upset we generally say the patient has either high blood pressure, or low blood pressure. Medically called Hypertension or Hypotension. The difference between the two is called Pulse Pressure. The pressure is measured in terms of millimeters of mercury the pressure can support in a glass tube; (mmg). Blood pressure must always be studied in conjunction with the speed of the heart, the pulse, or, the number of times the heart beats in one minute. The normal is 72. This is not the end. There is one more co relation. The number of breaths you take in one minute. The normal is 18. You should breathe once for every 4 beats of the heart.
Tired. Do not give up. Its your heart. Other people do not have the time to tell you all this.
There are four possibilities of this imbalance
• Both the upper and the lower readings rise in unison
and the pulse pressure remains 40 mm. You are not in great danger and can go to the doctor for consultation. This is called EHT, Essential Hypertension.
• Only the upper reading rises. The difference between the two readings suddenly becomes very large without exercise. If for example the readings are 200/80. It means the pressure is too much for the arteries to bear. Any one of them may burst any time. You are in mortal danger. Lie down. Do not move. Call an ambulance and get admitted.
However, if this difference increases gradually with age, that’s normal.
• Both readings fall below normal and the pulse pressure is maintained at 40. Danger? Yes ! but not alarming.
• Pulse pressure falls below 40. Again there is great danger. Blood is not going to the head. Brain is deprived of oxygen. The brain is in danger. Lie down, call for a doctor or ambulance. Do not attempt to go to a doctor.
This page is devoted to High Blood Pressure. Low Blood Pressure
is dealt with separately.
The causes are numerous and are beyond the scope of this portal. You are strongly advised to see a doctor, BEFORE you attempt to use any herb.
In the detailed uses given below an endeavor will be made to refer to a cause where possible. What is Hypertension or High Blood Pressure?
High Blood Pressure is the pressure with which the blood courses through the arteries in the human body. It is measured by taking a reading when the artery is fully blocked (No blood flowing at all ) and when the blood starts flowing freely.
It is measured in mg of mercury. It has two readings the upper ( Systolic ) and the lower ( Diastolic ).
The normal readings are 120/80
Before understanding the High Blood Pressure you have to understand the following terms.Systolic Pressure ( BP when the Heart beats ) :
The meaning of Systole is contraction. With each Heart beat the Heart muscles get contract and the blood gets pushed into the Arteries ( Supply oxygen rich blood to the body organs ). The normal Systolic Pressure is 120. As we get old the Systolic Pressure increases because of stiffness in the Arteries. Diastolic Pressure ( BP between the Heart beats ) :
Diastolic Pressure is the lowest pressure which is followed by a systole. After contraction the Heart muscles relax between the beats. The pressure that remains in the arteries during this period is Diastolic Pressure. At this time the Aortic valve closes. It is only during this period that the coronary arteries (which are different from the rest of the arteries) are fed by fresh blood. (Only when the aortic valve closes) The normal Diastolic Pressure is 80. If the Diastolic reading is either high or low, it may be an indication of a physical disorder.
There is another thing which is very important other than the Blood Pressure and it is known as Pulse Pressure
.What is Pulse Pressure?
It is the difference between the Systolic and Diastolic Pressure. If we see Blood Pressure, its normal reading is 120/80. The difference between the two pressures is 40, which is considered as the Normal Pulse Pressure.
Effects of aging on Blood Pressure.
As we get old, the muscles and Blood vessels get weak. As a result, there may be fluctuation in the Blood Pressure. Until the age of 50 both of the Pressures i.e. Systolic and Diastolic increase together. After 50, the Systolic pressure goes up where as the Diastolic pressure goes downward. This leads to increase in the Pulse Pressure too, because it is the difference between the two pressures.
The High Blood Pressure may cause a number of other physical Disorders like, Stroke, Cardiac Failure and Heart Attack.Causes of High Blood Pressure
Kidneys unable to excrete Sodium
Excessive Renin in the body
Foods high in fructose corn syrup
Overactive Sympathetic Nervous System
High salt intake
Birth control pills
Vitamin D Deficiency
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) Deficiency
Heavy metal poisoning
Medication in Pregnancy
Coarctation of the Aorta
Cancer of the Adrenal gland
Excessive alcohol consumption
Preeclampsia during Pregnancy
No or less Physical activities
Excessive intake of pain killers
Diet that is high in sugar levelsHigh Blood Pressure Classification Primary Hypertension :
It contributes to around 95% of all Hypertension cases. It has no known cause.Secondary Hypertension :
In this type of Hypertension the cause is known. The cause is generally a medical condition which affects the Kidneys, Heart, Arteries or Endocrine system. Resistant Hypertension :
Medications not having an effect on Hypertension. Exercise Hypertension :
Blood Pressure excessively high during a period of Exercise.
Hypertension is classified in stages in terms of Systolic and Diastolic PressureNormal :
Systolic less than 120 mm Hg and Diastolic less than 80 mm Hg.Prehypertension :
Systolic between 120 and 139 mm Hg. Diastolic between 80 and 89 mm Hg.Hypertension Stage I :
Systolic between 140 and 159 mm Hg. Diastolic 90 and 99 mm Hg.Hypertension Stage II :
Systolic 160 mm Hg or greater. Diastolic 100 mm Hg or greater.Isolated Systolic Hypertension ( Systolic high and Diastolic normal ) :
The Systolic Blood Pressure goes above 140 mmHg and Diastolic Blood Pressure remains below 90 mmHg. It is attributed to Old age and more common in women than men. It affects the functioning of the Kidneys, Brain, Heart and or Eyes.What causes Isolated Systolic Hypertension?
Aorta is an artery which carries oxygenated blood from Heart to the circulatory system. With aging, aorta loses elasticity and goes stiff. It leads to a rise in the pressure when the Heart beats and pumps the blood. This does not have an effect on the pressure when the Heart relaxes during Heart beats, so the Diastolic Pressure is not affected.Conditions which raise the risk of Isolated Systolic
High Cardiac output
Excessive Blood Sodium levels
Low calcium reserves in tissues
Reduced elastic capacity of blood vesselsWhy is Isolated Systolic Hypertension harmful?
It increases the risk of
Chronic kidney diseaseIsolated Diastolic Hypertension ( Diastolic high and Systolic normal ) :
The Diastolic Blood Pressure goes above 90 and Systolic Blood Pressure remains below 140 mmHg. What Causes Isolated Diastolic Hypertension?
Smoking and Alcoholism
Sedentary LifestyleWhy is Isolated Diastolic Hypertension harmful?
It doubles the risk of :
Kidney FailureIsolated Diastolic Hypotension ( Diastolic low and Systolic normal ) :
It is a condition in which the Diastolic pressure drops below 60 mmHg and Systolic pressure remains normal. It gets harder for the blood to move in the arteries. The Heart has to work harder. The condition is mostly seen in age above 60.What Causes Isolated Diastolic Hypotension?
DehydrationWhy is Isolated Diastolic Hypotension harmful?
It increase the risk of StrokeIf not treated properly, High Blood Pressure may cause
increased workload on the Heart. The Heart has to work harder. This increases the risk of developing :
Coronary Artery disease
Things that help in lowering the High Blood Pressure:1. Exercise :
When we do Exercise or we do Yoga, it opens all the channels of the body, this helps in improving the blood flow in the blood vessels and prevent the formation of plaque on the inner walls of the Arteries. 2. Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy :
Oily, Junk food causes the deposition of plaque on the walls of the Arteries. Eating vegetables, Fruits, sprouted pulses and diary products. They are full of vitamins and nutrients that provide energy to our body. 3. Minerals :
Eating minerals like Potassium
helps in lowering the Blood Pressure. It will lowers both the systolic and the diastolic readings. 4. Fish Oil :
The studies have shown that Fish oil also helps in lowering Blood Pressure. But be careful. It may cause some side effects. Continue, if it suits you and stop consumption immediately if find some side effects.
5. Herbs :
Garlic : It is particularly effective in lowering the Blood Pressure in high systolic cases. The results may not be as effective in case of low systolic.Things to Avoid:
Reduce the intake of Salt ( Sodium ).
Do not smoke or Drink. It raises the Blood Pressure and causes other physical disorders too.
Materia Medica for High Blood Pressure
High Blood Pressure General
The secret lies in supplementing the diet with herbs and minerals that reduce plaque from the arteries and makes them supple. Do not wait for the Blood Pressure readings to prove that your arteries are hardening. If your outer skin is hardening, like callouses on the hands and cracked heels, start taking Magnesium in any form.. How to complete your Magnesium deficiency ? Look up Magnesium or Magnesium Chloride in Herbs on this site.
High intake of sodium and low intake of Calcium, Magnesium and Potassium is known to elevate Blood Pressure. To keep your blood pressure balanced start eating food rich in calcium, potassium, magnesium and reduce the intake of sodium rich foods. Some other things one can do to help himself are to Exercise, Lose weight, Reduce Carbohydrates, Increase intake of Folic Acid, Magnesium, Vitamin D.
Herbs that help in reducing the Blood Pressure are as follows.
1. Green Tea: Green Tea has incredible effects in curing High Blood Pressure. If your Blood Pressure is very High like 200/160, Drinking two cups of Green tea will bring your blood pressure down to 120/80. If your blood pressure 175/115, drinking one cup of Green Tea will lower your Blood Pressure to normal that is 120/80.
2. Arjuna : It is well known for High Blood Pressure. Arjuna contains a nutrient known as Coenzyme Q-10, which helps in reducing the both Systolic and Diastolic Readings. If the Blood Pressure is 147/90, it will reduce the Systolic Pressure to 120 and Diastolic Pressure to 80, which is the normal Readings. Use it for at least six months on regular basis to get better results.
3. Psyllium Husk: If you take Psyllium Husk with warm water in the morning, it will help you out to reduce the levels of Blood Pressure and Cholesterol also. If the Systolic Pressure is 130 and Diastolic Pressure is 82, it will reduce the Systolic Reading to 122 and Diastolic to 80.
4. Garlic: Have garlic cloves daily will reduce the blood pressure. It prevent the deposition of plaque on the inner walls of the Arteries.
5. Stevia: It shows good effects on High Blood Pressure. If the Systolic Blood Pressure is High up to 135 and Diastolic is high up to 90, it will reduce the systolic and Diastolic to the normal levels.
6. Orange Juice is rich in Potassium, which helps in reducing the Blood Pressure.
7. Vitamin D: Vitamin D has an ability to reduce the Systolic Pressure and Pulse Pressure. It may reduce the Systolic Pressure about 5%.
Black Cherry for High Blood Pressure
Black cherry has Potassium component that helps to lower the blood pressure and regulates it.
Have a glass of Black Cherry juice in your daily routine to get effective results.
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.
Drink tuber juice of Asparagus Racemosus by adding 1 tsp Honey in it. Have it once a day.
Have 2 cloves of Snow Mountain Garlic ( Kashmiri Lehsun ) on an empty stomach.
Lemon for High Blood Pressure
The Vitamin C in Lemon acts as an Antioxidant which fights free radicals. Lemon makes the blood vessels soft and flexible. Its high rich content in potassium is good for High BP and reduces the risk of heart failure.
Squeeze half Lemon in a glass of warm water. Drink it empty stomach every morning.
Mix Indian Gooseberry paste with Honey. Consume 1 tsp of it on an empty Stomach in the morning.
Cucurbocitrin present in Watermelon ( Tarbuz in India ) improves the blood circulation. It expands the blood capillaries and treats High Blood Pressure.
Roast the dried seeds of Watermelon. Consume 5 grams of it twice a day.
OR : Crush two tablespoons of dried Watermelon seeds. Add them in a cup of hot water. Let is steep for an hour. Strain well. Drink 3 to 4 tablespoons of this solution 5 to 6 times a day.
Consume 50 ml Spinach juice twice a day.
Extract juice from the leaves of Mimosa Pudica by crushing them. Drink 15 ml of it twice a day.
Add equal amount of Honey in same quantity of Onion juice. Take 1 tsp once a day. This remedy will show results in 15 days.
Consume 2 g seeds of Acacia Nilotica with warm water. Take it twice a day.
The strong hypotensive property of Roselle ( Guddahal in India ) helps to lower the Blood Pressure. It helps to reduce the discomfort and vomiting occurring due to High Blood Pressure.
Add 2 to 3 teaspoons of chopped dried Roselle flowers in a cup of hot water. Let it steep for 5 minutes. Strain well and drink. Have it 2 to 3 times a day.
Flax Seed for High Blood Pressure
Use Flax Seed oil in your cooking.
Orange ( Santra ) Juice for Blood Pressure
Orange ( Santra ) is beneficial in both conditions either High Blood Pressure or Low Blood Pressure.
It contains magnesium which helps to get back your disturbed condition to normal.
Take a glass of Orange ( Santra ) Juice everyday. If problem is huge, have 2 glass a day.
Include cooked fruit of Chayote in your daily diet.
Brown Rice Soup
Travails of modern life make us a little sick. Genetically engineered food makes us a little more sick. Pollution and pesticides make us more more sick. What to do ? Drink Brown Rice Soup.
Take about 250 gms of Brown Rice. Dry roast the Rice in a pan till they are very dark brown. Take care, do not burn them. Set aside in a glass bowl.
Boil two liters of water. Pour half over the brown rice. Retain the other half in the pan. Wait 5 minutes. Strain the water in a glass jug. Add the same rice to the water in the pan. Simmer on low heat for 5 minutes. Strain the water into the jug. Discard the rice. You now have a jug full of soup. Cool, store in fridge.
Drink one cup a day for one month at least. Repeat at least 3 to 4 times a year.
NOTE 1 : If you are a patient of High Blood Pressure, take the soup on alternative days.
NOTE 2 : Do not eat or drink anything ( other than water ) for half an hour before or after the soup. Can be taken concurrently with Health Soup. Health Soup preparation is given in Immunity Booster. Please do not mix them. Take at least three hours apart.
Recommendation. Take Health Soup in the morning, and Brown Rice Soup in the evening.
NOTE 3 :
If you are not sick or little sick, take little soup. You will not be sick any more. If you are more sick, take more soup.
Do not combine with high protein foods.
NOTE 4 : When the body corrects itself, there may be a reaction. It could be any or all of the following.
Itchy skin, Eczema, Diarrhea.
If you are on medication, or if you already have an Eczema, the reaction may be strong. Bear it. It will go away.
Patients with a head injury may get a headache. This is a good reaction, one you should want.
If a patient has eye disease, he may develop temporary blurred vision or itching around eyes. But, subsequently the eyesight will get better.
Body temperature may fall.
Garlic enhances the production of nitric oxide and hydrogen sulfide which relaxes the blood vessels. Garlic possesses blood thinning property. It prevents Blood Clotting. It maintains the healthy blood flow, slows down the pulse rate and decreases pressure from the heart.
Take 2-3 cloves of Garlic ( Lehsun ) every morning.
It can also consumed with a cup of milk.
Banana contains high amount of Potassium. Potassium keeps a control on blood pressure. Regular consumption of Banana lowers the effects of sodium.
Eat one or two bananas daily.
Celery contains compound called Phthalides. It eases the muscle tissues and enhances the flow of blood. This reduces the blood pressure.
Eat one or two stalk of Celery along with a glass of water.
Coconut Water contains high source Potassium, Magnesium, and Vitamin C. These nutrients are beneficial in lowering blood pressure and hydrates the body.
Drink water of 1 Coconut in a day.
Fenugreek ( Methi ) Seeds for High Blood Pressure
Fenugreek seeds contains high content of potassium and dietary fiber. These nutrients effectively helps in reducing blood pressure.
Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of Fenugreek Seeds in a cup of water. Boil it for two minutes. Strain it. Blend the Fenugreek Seeds and make a paste. Eat two tablespoon of the paste twice day. One spoon on empty stomach in the morning and one in the evening.
Follow the remedy for one to two months.
Honey calms down the blood vessels by reducing pressure from the heart. Thus, helps in lowering blood pressure.
Have two teaspoons of honey every morning on an empty stomach.
Take out fresh juice of Drumstick Leaves. Drink 1 glass daily. It helps in reducing Blood Pressure.
Almond for High Blood pressure
Soak 8 Almonds over night in water. In the next morning, peel them off and grind to make a smooth paste. Add this paste in a glass of milk and boil. Consume it warm.
Orally take 10 ml extract of Sea Buckthorn thrice a day. Repeat it for seven to eight weeks to get the best results.
Drink 2 cups of Linden Blossom infusion daily to get a complete cure from High BP.
Ginger is very effective in lowering High Blood Pressure. Boil few pieces of Ginger for 10 minutes. Allow it to cool down for 15 minutes. Strain it off. Drink the decoction once a day.
Cinnamon ( Dalchini ) For High Blood Pressure
Consumption of 2 grams of Cinnamon daily is useful in lowering of High Blood Pressure
Take 4 drops of Distilled Cow Urine two times a day.
Add 4 gram Spirulina powder in a fresh glass of water. Drink it once a day to maintain your blood pressure.
Simmer 1 teaspoon powder of Magnolia Bark in 150 ml of water. Strain off this infusion. Drink it lukewarm. It regulates your blood pressure levels.
Consume one cup of thinly sliced Zucchini daily.
Chew 3 Kalanchoe Pinnata leaves daily, 2 times a day.
Take one teaspoon each of Brahmi leave juice and Honey. Mix them well. Consume it.
Raisins are a rich source of Potassium which lowers the blood pressure.
Consume 4-5 Raisins daily.
Bael for High Blood Pressure
Prepare a decoction, made of 1 teaspoon of dried Bael leaves and one cup of water. Strain and drink it, three times a day.
Mix one teaspoon each of Cumin seed powder, Ginger juice and Honey. Consume this mixture.
Curry Leaf help in normalizing the Blood pressure.
Grind 4-5 fresh Curry leaf with half glass of water. Add one teaspoon of Lemon juice in it. Consume it in the morning on an empty stomach for one month.
Rosehip improves the blood circulation and provides oxygen to vital organs in the Body. It prevents the deposition of plaque in the arteries and reduces the risk of Heart Diseases.
Have a cup of Rosehip tea every day.
Rooibos herb acts as bronchodilator. It helps in expansion of Lungs airways and improves the airflow in bronchi. It gives relief from respiratory ailments and also reduces the risk of Heart Diseases.
Have a cup of Rooibos tea every day.
Clean the beans. Boil in a bowl of water. Make soup. Take twice a day for 15 days.
Have leaf juice extract twice a day. Repeat it for 15 days.
Or Prepare leaf tea. Have 6-7 cups a day. Repeat it for two weeks.
Extract the juice of Grapes. Drink one cup daily.
Arjuna for High Blood Pressure
Powder the Arjuna bark. Take one pinch with lukewarm water for one week.
Prepare a juice of White Horehound fresh leaves. Have 120 ml daily for a week.
Drumstick For High Blood Pressure
Take half cup juice of Drumstick twice a day.
Indian Snakeroot ( Sarpagandha in India ) contains Reserpine. Reserpine has antihypertensive property which helps in lowering the Blood Pressure.
Take one pinch of Indian Snakeroot powder with water twice a day. Continue daily till the Blood Pressure comes down to the normal level.
Have 2 tablespoons Horseradish juice twice a day.
Wheat for High Blood Pressure
Soak Wheat flour chapatis in milk at night. Eat stale in the morning.
Boil one teaspoon powder of Spikenard ( Jatamasi ) roots in 10 glasses of water. Have one teaspoon with honey daily.
Or make decoction of roots. Add one teaspoon honey. Drink twice or thrice a day.
Steep One tablespoon Viola Tricolor plant in half cup boiling water for 15 minutes. Take a mouthful at a time, One cup throughout a day. Multiple Herbs How to Use Herbal Treatment? Click Here +
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Grind 30 g Garlic cloves, 40 g Basil leaves and 60 g Wheat grass to make a paste. Extract its juice. Take 3 ml once a day.
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Take Hawthorn, Capsicum and Garlic. Chop them. Make its soup. Drink 1 bowl of it once a day.
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Add 3 g Baking Soda and 10 ml Apple Cider Vinegar in a cup of lukewarm water. Drink it twice a day.
Herbal Treatment For Healthy Soup
Modern medicine banks heavily on names of diseases and brands of medicines. In reality diagnosing the disease in its totality is difficult. It often affects more than one organ. The obsession of naming it has forced us to focus only on part of the problem. Most of the times we need to go to separate specialists to deal with parts of the same disease. It is therefore, prudent to consider the disease as a whole and treat it as such. Herbal treatment often aims for this target.
The first aim of healthy living is to eat and live healthy. Second we should focus on preventing disease. And, lastly if we do get ill, we should try for a whole body cure.
Fortunately there is a remedy for all the three stages. Let's call it 'The Health Soup'. 'The Health Soup'
is made from ordinary vegetables as follows.
Collect the following vegetables.
500 gm Radish
250 gm Raddish leaves. Yes ! I mean that. Radish leaves. They have a function of their own, different than that of the radish.
250 gm Carrots
250 gm Burdock Root
5 Dried Shiitake
Do not peel or grate. Wash thoroughly. Cut them in small pieces. Put them in a large stainless steel pan. Add about 5 liters of water. Boil it. Lower heat to simmer. Simmer for two hours. Yes, you got it right, 2 hours. Cool. Strain. Store in a refrigerator.
Start with one cup daily. After few days, if all goes well, increase to two cups a day.
Result ! Considerable improvement in overall health.Note 1.
Use stainless steel or glass containers only, to avoid metal poisoning. Aluminum pots must not be used.Note 2.
Most of us are not really healthy. All of us are suffering from some sort of malaise. Even if we cannot put our finger on it. This soup will affect each person differently. Some temporary unwanted reactions are possible. Consider them to be reactions of the body to throw out the toxins. For example, the following symptoms may manifest at the start of the treatment.Itchy skin, Eczema, Mild Diarrhea
Some rules of thumb to keep in mind when dealing with the reactions.
If you are not sick, no reactions.
If you are mildly sick, there will be mild reactions. More sick, more intense reactions.
If you are constitutionally weak expect strong reactions.
But do not give up. These reactions are an indication that you are on your way to recovery and health.
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Crush One tablespoon each of Vetiver ( Khas Khas ) seeds and dried Watermelon ( Tarbooz ) seeds together. Take One tablespoon twice a day for a month.
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Take the powder of the following herbs:-
Winter Cherry (Stem):- 3 table spoon
Sunflower (Seeds): One and Half table spoon
Tinospora Cardifolia: 1/4th tablespoon
Sugar: 4 tablespoon.
Mix them together. Take two tablespoon with water twice a day.
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Adding Water Melons, Carrots, Honey and Lemon in your daily diet helps in lowering High Blood Pressure.
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Mix half a tablespoon each of dry Coriander, Indian Snakeroot and Rock Sugar ( Mishri ). Take daily.
Herbal Treatment For Mango Ginger for High Blood Pressure
Crush some Rhizomes. Boil in a glass of milk. Drink it at night daily.
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Soak half cup Black Gram and a Sliced Fig in 2 glasses of water in a mud pot at night. Next morning boil them till the water is reduced to half. Strain. Add half tablespoon powdered Cassia Auriculata seeds and Drink. Use it continuously for 40 days.
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Chew 3 leaves each of Basil and Azadirachta Indica ( Neem ) in the morning on an empty Stomach.