High and Low Blood Pressures

These two conditions are systemic symptoms that must be appraised from a holistic point of view. Nonetheless, it is interesting to note that one herb garlic is said to have a beneficial effect on both these conditions and that the eating of citrus fruits is negative. Yellow dock, garlic, and ginger are folk remedies that may be explored in addition to standard medical treatment. Both these ailments call for the advice of a physician even if you only suspect that there may be a bloodpressure problem.

(Yellow) Dock Make up dock seed or dock herb tea and drink several cups a day for high blood pressure.

Garlic This is an old and very effective folk medicine. It sometimes takes only a few days of raw garlic "tea" or raw garlic carrot "sandwiches," or high garlic content salads to bring down high blood pressure. Low blood pressure also responds to the garlic intake, but the garlic may be taken in capsule form instead of the raw form.

Ginger Ginger tea seems to help people with low blood pressure, especially B12 Make sure the vitamin E supplements are accurate in quantity not too high. That ancient Greek standby, oxymel the combination of vinegar, honey, and water is also of use in low blood pressure stabilization. Use 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and 1 of honey to 1 cup of water; drink this freely during each day.


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