Having Blood Pressure Problems, Use this Herb!!

Hypertension or high blood pressure is one of the main underlying diseases that lead to many other diseases such as Kidney failure and heart disease. With over 45% of the adult population in the US diagnosed to be hypertensive, we can be certain there are a spiral of other health conditions to follow for these individuals if they are not careful to manage and treat this underlying condition. Being conscious to maintain a good blood pressure is one of the best ways to increase your chances to combat preventative diseases. Incorporating a healthy diet, and an active lifestyle with one particular herb has shown to PROVE to regulate systolic (pressure of the blood released from the heart with each beat-{ top number of blood pressure reading}) and diastolic ( the blood and oxygen that fills your heart when at rest-{the bottom number blood pressure reading}) results.

The great thing about this herb is it readily available to consumers and can be found rather easily. This herb is called Hibiscus and taste great. Many cultures use this herb to make drinks such a sorrel and is great to drink as a tea.

This herb is also featured in my blood cleanser tea, which not only helps to regulate blood pressure but also has herbs that removes fungi and parasites from the bloodstream while purifying and repairing the liver and kidneys.

With so many diseases spiraling out of control, we must do our part and be active participants in our healthcare. There are so many resources available to us at minimal and affordable cost and virtually cause no adverse side effects. Pharmaceutical companies would not be able make billions upon billions of dollars if we tapped into herbs such as hibiscus. Let’s do our part and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

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Effects of Hibiscus Sabdariffa on Blood Pressure in patients with Stage 1 hypertension, National Library of Medicine (2019).


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