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Home Remedies For High Blood Pressure

Home Remedies For High Blood Pressure

  1. Keeping stomach clean, Reducing Salt intake and adequate sleep helps to control High blood pressure.
  2. Eating papaya (papita) everyday morning helps to control high blood pressure.
  3. Sweet neem (Curry patta) used regularly in cooking and drinking Sweet neem juice helps to control high blood pressure.
  4. Eating Beetroot everyday with Lemon juice helps to control high blood pressure.
  5. Drinking Bottle gourd juice ( Ghea) everyday helps to control high blood pressure.
  6. Watermelon helps in controlling high blood pressure. Watermelon seeds helps to widen the capillaries which makes high blood pressure to come down. The Seeds powdered and boiled in water, filtered and this decoction taken helps to control high blood pressure.
  7. Regular Body massage helps to control high blood pressure.
  8. Half cup of Banana stem juice taken twice a day helps to control high blood pressure.
  9. Lemon juice helps to make capillaries flexible. Drinking hot water with lemon juice in the morning helps to overcome high blood pressure problem.
  10. Store water in a cleaned Copper jug overnight and drink a glass of this water in the morning helps to control high blood pressure.Use cayenne (capsicum), chamomile, fennel, hawthorn berries, parsley, and rosemary for high blood pressure. Caution: Do not use chamomile on an ongoing basis, as ragweed allergy may result. Avoid it completely if you are allergic to ragweed.
  11. Hops and valerian root are good for calming the nerves.
  12. Drink 3 cups of suma tea daily.
  13. Avoid the herbs ephedra (ma huang) and licorice, as these herbs can elevate blood pressure.
  14. Follow a strict salt-free diet. This is essential for lowering blood pressure. Lowering your salt intake is not enough; eliminate all salt from your diet. Read labels carefully and avoid those food products that have “salt,” “soda,” “sodium,” or the symbol “Na” on the label. Some foods and food additives that should be avoided on this diet include monosodium glutamate (Accent, MSG); baking soda; canned vegetables (unless marked sodium- or salt-free); commercially prepared foods; over-the-counter medications that contain ibuprofen (such as Advil or Nuprin); diet soft drinks; foods with mold inhibitors, preservatives, and/or sugar substitutes; meat tenderizers; softened water; and soy sauce.
  15. Eat a high-fiber diet and take supplemental fiber. Oat bran is a good source of fiber. Note: Always take supplemental fiber separately from other supplements and medications.
  16. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, such as apples, asparagus, bananas, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, eggplant, garlic, grapefruit, green leafy vegetables, melons, peas, prunes, raisins, squash, and sweet potatoes.
  17. Include fresh “live” juices in the diet. The following juices are healthful: beet, carrot, celery, currant, cranberry, citrus fruit, parsley, spinach, and watermelon.
  18. Eat grains like brown rice, buckwheat, millet, and oats.
  19. Drink steam-distilled water only
  20. Take 2 tablespoons of flaxseed oil daily
  21. Circulatory tea*
  • teaspoon burdock root 1 teaApoon goldenAeal root
  • teaApoon cayenne
  • 2 teaspoons slippery elm bark
  • 2 AliceA ginger root
  • 3 cups boiling water

Combine the above herbs in a nonmetallic container, and pour the boiling water over them. Steep for 3o minutes, cool, and strain. Take up to one cup a day, two tablespoons at a time.

  1. Circulatory tea**
  • teaspoons black cohoah root
  • 4 teaspoons ginkgo biloba leaves cups boiling water

 Combine the above herbs in a nonmetallic container, and pour the boiling water over them. Soak for 3o minutes, cool, and strain. Take two to three tablespoons at a time, up to six times a day.