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What are natural remedies for high blood pressure?

  1. liesl5858 profile image86
    liesl5858posted 4 years ago

    What are natural remedies for high blood pressure?

    I would like some advice please on how to lower blood pressure without having to take medicine.

  2. sassypiehole profile image76
    sassypieholeposted 4 years ago

    Weed out stress and drama! It's all related...

  3. eugbug profile image98
    eugbugposted 4 years ago

    There are several ways to reduce  blood pressure such as cutting out smoking, reducing salt intake and eating less foods which contain saturated fat (which can increase cholesterol), Reducing your weight to normal levels and taking lots of regular exercise (half an hour brisk walk each day should suffice) will also help. Learning to chill out, and removing yourself from stressful situations is beneficial also. Unfortunately some of us are just genetically pre-disposed to having high blood pressure (me included, and just like you I want to avoid medication!) and there is nothing we can do about it except trying to do all the stuff I mentioned above and going on medication if it doesn't result in a lowering of blood pressure.

    1. liesl5858 profile image86
      liesl5858posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you , eugbug for your reply. Do you think if it is genetic there is nothing we can do? My father has high blood pressure too and I want to help him as well. Thank you for the suggestions above.

    2. eugbug profile image98
      eugbugposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Maybe some of these natural remedies work. I haven't heard of using olive leaf extract, so even if the benefits are just due to the placibo effect, its probably worth trying.
      Exercise though is essential for keeping the body and mind healthy!

    3. artist101 profile image68
      artist101posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Just ran across another recent study on high blood pressure, and herbs. Some of the others to try are celery, hawthorn, mistletoe, among others. Hope it helps! Combined with the dietary changes http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3210006/

  4. artist101 profile image68
    artist101posted 4 years ago

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    There are quite a few natural remedies, that have recently been under clinical trails and proven. Among the most effective seems to be olive leaf extract. It was proven to lower blood pressure in the subjects treated. The dosage amount was 500mg twice a day.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21036583
    For other helpful advice, and where to order, read my article about heart health http://artist101.hubpages.com/hub/Heart … irculation
    I hope it helps. Olive leaf is an extraordinary supplement it has anti viral, anti biotic, as well as anti fungal properties. It is so gentle it can be applied topically in liquid form, yet powerful enough to treat hiv, as well as herpes. Awesome

    1. liesl5858 profile image86
      liesl5858posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      artist101, thank you for your reply. I will give it a go and I will read your hub about natural remedies. I will have a look at olive leaf extract, too.

    2. artist101 profile image68
      artist101posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      You are very welcome. Olive leaf helped my Mother with fibromyalgia, I hope it helps you as well ~

  5. RTalloni profile image85
    RTalloniposted 4 years ago

    On top of no smoking, healthy diet and regular exercise, do some reading on using fresh ground flax seed to lower blood pressure, and changing from table salt to Celtic Sea Salt.  Remember, just because parents had high blood pressure does not mean that a patient has genetically induced high blood pressure, unless we count unhealthy lifestyles as hereditary, which, in a sense, they can be.

 
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