Herbs and Botanics

All the herbs and plants listed below have been shown to reduce hypertension naturally. Each of the items in this list links to an article about that herb or plant:

Garlic

Ginko Biloba

Hawthorn

Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle)

Passion Flower

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Garlic

Imagine, if you will, a therapeutic product that: reduces hypertension lowers cholesterol levels boosts the immune system due to its anti-oxidant properties is naturally anti-bacterial is naturally anti-fungal helps prevent cancer helps prevent cardiovascular disease has no harmful side effects If such a wonder drug were available today from the pharmaceutical companies, it would be …

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Ginko Biloba

Accumulating evidence suggests that Ginkgo biloba is cardioprotective, in part, through its vasodilatory and antihypertensive properties. If you are looking for a natural way to lower your high blood pressure, then using the herbal supplement ginkgo biloba might be worth considering. Ginkgo biloba supplements are derived from the leaves of a plant bearing the same …

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Hawthorn

Hawthorn has, for hundreds of years, been used throughout Northern Europe and parts of Asia as an effective natural hypertension treatment. Yet, in as little as two generations this effective natural remedy was almost forgotten. Following several scientific studies, the benefits and safety of hawthorn are now being recognized anew. Of the many species of …

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Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle)

Recent studies show that hibiscus tea can lower systolic blood pressure by an average of 7 points. That is as effective as some standard hypertension drugs. Hibiscus is safe and, unlike most blood pressure drugs, rarely causes side effects. Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa), also known as Roselle, has been used to treat high blood pressure in …

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Passion Flower

It is reported that the ancient Aztecs used passion flower as a sedative and as a pain killer. Today, it is used mainly as a sedative and antispasmodic agent. Passion flower is a potent herbal remedy because it calms muscle tension and twitching without affecting respiratory rate or mental function. Uses of Passion Flower Passionflower …

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