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June 6, 2006

Five Herbs for High Blood Pressure

Learn more about these ten herbs for high blood pressure.

There are numerous herbs for high blood pressure available on the market, but which ones are they? Figuring out which herbs for high blood pressure are best for you doesn’t have to be a chore.

Herbs for High Blood Pressure #1 -- Garlic

Garlic has long been touted as a great herb for high blood pressure. Not only can it make your food tasty, it has great health benefits too. Garlic doesn’t just help with your high blood pressure, it aids in overall cardiovascular health.

Herbs for High Blood Pressure #2 -- Hawthorn

Like garlic, hawthorn has been used to treat high blood pressure for hundreds of years. When taking hawthorn, use it in the form of a tea and drink one to two cups a day to treat your high blood pressure.

Herbs for High Blood Pressure #3 -- Lime Blossom

Lime blossom is another great herb for high blood pressure. Simply take the blossom and infuse it into a tea and drink one cup of the tea each day. You’re sure to notice a difference in your blood pressure within one to two weeks.

Herbs for High Blood Pressure #4 -- Saffron

Saffron is also great for lowering high blood pressure. You can use saffron to season your foods or you can even use it to enhance your tea. Daily use of saffron can make a big difference in your blood pressure levels.

Herbs for High Blood Pressure #5 – Omega 3

Okay, so you caught me. Omega 3 isn’t an herb, it’s a fatty acid. However, it’s so good for lowering blood pressure that I just couldn’t resist adding it to this information. Omega 3 supplements like the one located at this website can really help you lower your blood pressure and maintain overall cardiovascular health.

By using herbs for high blood pressure, you may be able to lower your blood pressure without the use of abrasive prescription medications.

As always, before taking any herbs for high blood pressure you should check with your doctor to see if they will interact with any prescription medications you may already be taking and don’t stop taking blood pressure medications without first discussing it with your doctor.

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