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#1 Lies in Blood Pressure Medications

Updated on October 13, 2023
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is a kids' author who learned heaps as a wellness coordinator. She loves to share healthy tidbits with her readers.

The Holistic Way of Treating High Blood Pressure

A Holistic Doctor thinks of blood pressure drastically differently from a Conventional medical doctor.

A Natural Care Doctor will advise you to,

  • drink extra glasses of water, besides, your regular 64-ounce
  • eat crushed cloves of raw garlic every day.
  • use bananas to lower your elevated Blood Pressure
  • take fish oil.
  • drink a whole lemon with water twice a day.
  • drink coconut water and use coconut oil when cooking.
  • add a bit of Cayenne pepper sprinkled on your food.
  • drink onion juice
  • use cinnamon powder along with some honey mixed with water.
  • use hibiscus tea 3x a day.
  • eat probiotic foods.
  • Coq10 and l-arginine supplements help as well.
  • lower your stress by sleeping.
  • take time to rest every week from work.
  • exercise
  • keep your weight reasonable.

Your Holistic doctor will make sure you lower your blood pressure to an average reading by eating sensibly. He'll create a food plan that includes a variety of vegetables in every meal. He might even require you to do a water fast for a couple of days under his supervision. Water fast gives your stomach a break and allows your body to detox your nervous system which goes to the heart of your blood pressure problem.

And, moderating your sodium intake does help too, but not as much as you're conditioned to think!

Your abnormal Blood Pressure reading is usually a sign that your bowels aren't working properly. You should have a complete bowel movement after every meal! If you don't have a bowel movement after every meal, your blood pressure will naturally increase.

Lack of bowel movements causes your Low-Density Lipoprotein to rise since the extra cholesterol in your cells is not being removed fast enough. It begins to accumulate in your blood vessels, restricting your blood flow, which creates pressure on your pumping heart. Hence the term high cholesterol comes into play which restricts the flow of blood in your arteries and veins.

Exercise and Eat Fresh Oranges to Regulate High Blood Pressure

Regularly exercising and staying hydrated with half your body weight in ounces does dramatically help to lower your blood pressure. You must eat food with heaps of fiber and healthy fats like olive oil, nuts, avocado, and seeds, and omit unhealthy foods (empty calories, high-sodium foods, added sugar, refined grains, and unhealthy fats).

Choose fermented dairy foods and consume not more than 2 to 3 servings a day, limit animal protein in lean cuts to 6 ounces sparingly per month, and eat 5 to 7 servings of vegetables and fruits daily.

Produces like bananas, green veggies, potatoes, organic dairy products, beans, and avocados are high in potassium which helps to lessen the effects of sodium.

Remember to eat plenty of fish at least twice a week, and don't ever smoke. Do your utmost to avoid highly processed foods and refined sugar.

Unhealthy food choices are foods that contain heaps of sugar and artificial colors, preservatives, especially hydrogenated fat. This type of fake fat is regular oil that's zapped with hydrogen atoms to preserve the shelf life of packaged foods.

A diet low in calcium, magnesium, and potassium can raise blood pressure, increase fluid retention, narrow arteries, and interfere with heart palpitations, and so can a diet high in saturated fat and caffeine.

If you're stressed, your blood pressure will naturally rise temporarily, because stress causes your arteries to constrict and forces your heart to work harder. Your Blood Pressure will also rise if you are overweight and live a lazy lifestyle. It is necessary to live an active life feeling happy overall and practice mindful eating.

Stay within normal weight for your height, decide to eat healthy whole foods, omit alcohol, and drink lots of quality water. This will permit you to live a healthier life without feeling flushed with high blood pressure or low blood pressure.

Oranges have been proven effective in the treatment of High Blood Pressure; eat it whole with the seeds for optimal results.

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The Conventional Way of Treating Blood Pressure

A General Doctor will typically shock you about your blood pressure if your blood pressure reading is not within normal limits. A standard reading is from 110/70 to 120/80. If you are consistently not within this range for three or more months, he will probably require you to take medication. There are many medications to lower blood pressure. They all essentially do the same thing; that is they are dialectics. They make you urinate excessively.

These medications work quickly, and many have unpleasant side effects. I would much rather be on a health kick. I would fancy exercise, drinking jolly old-fashioned water, and eating sensibly, then be deemed to ingest horrible medications with detrimental side effects.

It's all up to you! However, if you put your mind to living a healthy life, you will not have an issue with High Blood Pressure.

In my opinion, fast options don't work satisfactorily. It's best to do things slowly and take a deep cleansing breath amid it all.


You must not rely on the information in this article as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or another competent healthcare provider. If you have any specific questions about any curative matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare providers.

  • If you think you are suffering from any medical condition you should seek immediate medical attention.
  • You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of the information in this article.


    1. Phyllis A Balch, CNC, Prescription for Nutritional Healing (Forth Edition): (Penguin Group (USA) Inc.), 488.

    2. Reversing High Blood Pressure in 30 Days with Dr. David DeRose

© 2010 Sheila Craan


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