Blood pressure is the force at which blood pumps from the heart into the arteries. A normal blood pressure reading is less than 120/80 mm Hg. When blood pressure is high, the blood moves through the arteries more forcefully. This puts increased pressure on the delicate tissues in the arteries and damages the blood vessels. Whenever your doctor says that your blood pressure (BP) is high, you will be anxious by thinking about it and its medications. There are various types of medicines in modern science (Allopathy) that can control your BP immediately. However, many people opt for herbal medicines because of their effectiveness.
Here are 3 herbal remedies that works effectively.
Garlic Water; Garlic water is an excellent natural way to regulate blood pressure as it stimulates the production of nitric oxide, which is a gas that causes strong vasodilation effect, which helps blood circulation and decreases pressure on the heart. Place 1 clove of raw garlic, peeled and crushed in 3.4 oz (100 ml) of water, or a cup of water and let it sit for six to eight hours (overnight, for instance) and then, in the following morning, drink it before breakfast.
Tulsi (basil); Tulsi or basil works wonders in lowering your blood pressure. The chemical eugenol present in Tulsi fights the substances that tighten the blood vessels and thereby help decrease the blood pressure. The easiest way to consume Tulsi is by adding it to your regular tea or making tulsi tea by adding tulsi leaves to boiling water. You can learn more on other healthy tips to reduce HBP.
Cinamon; Cinnamon is an aromatic spice that comes from the inner bark of trees from the Cinnamomum genus. A review of 9 studies including 641 participants showed that taking cinnamon reduced systolic and diastolic blood pressure by an average of 6.2 mm Hg and 3.9 mm Hg, respectively.
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