9 Herbs and Supplements that Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

September 10, 2019

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pressure (*and which common candy can make it go up)? 1)   Garlic.  A few smaller studies seem
to suggest that garlic might help lower your blood pressure.  Larger, more clinically
sound studies are needed to establish a definite connection. 2)   Cocoa.  Cocoa is packed with antioxidants
known as polyphenols.  Some studies have shown people who eat chocolate have median
blood pressure reductions of 4.7 points systolic and 2.8 points diastolic.  Results like this
are in line with what you might expect from some common blood pressure medications. 
There are some catches though… 1) Chocolate also contains oxalate, which
binds to calcium and inhibits its absorption into our bodies.  2) Further complicating
the picture, sugar might be linked with blocking calcium too.  3) Chocolate is also very high
in saturated fat.  Maybe you might want to consider some other foods that are rich in
polyphenols like:  apples, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, cherries, cranberries,
grapes, pears, plums, raspberries, strawberries, broccoli, cabbage, celery, onions and parsley. 3)   Blond psyllium.  The research is inconclusive,
but 12 grams of soluble fiber per day might help reduce your blood pressure.  A good
source of soluble fiber is blond psyllium husk.  Other top sources of fiber are beans
(pinto, lima, kidney, etc.), peas (black-eyed, etc.) and lentils. 4)   Calcium.  Diets low in calcium have
been linked to an increased incidence of high blood pressure.  But… taking calcium supplements
has not been associated with preventing high blood pressure.  Excellent natural sources
of calcium include:  Milk; yogurt; cheese; sunflower seeds; sesame seeds; dark green
leafy veggies; fortified tofu; and fish with small edible bones (like sardines and salmon). 5)   Vitamin D.  Recent research shows
some promise that Vitamin D might help protect against high blood pressure by helping maintain
healthy levels of calcium and phosphorous in the blood.  Excellent food sources include: 
cod liver oil, salmon, mackerel, milk, egg yolks, beef liver, cheese and dairy, and tuna
or sardines canned in oil.  Plus, ten minutes a day of sunshine helps your body make its
own natural Vitamin D. 6)   DHA and EPA.  These are Omega-3 fatty
acids, most often associated with fish and fish oil capsules.  Some research shows a
small reduction in blood pressure with these fish-derived Omega-3 fatty acids.  There
are some risks associated with the higher doses that might be needed to get any benefit
though, including internal bleeding. 7)   Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).  Alpha-linolenic
acid is the veggie-derived precursor to Omega-3. One study suggested that flaxseed (high in
ALA) might reduce blood pressure, but right now the evidence is less compelling than that
with fish-derived Omegas. Excellent sources include: flaxseed oil, linseed oil, soybean
oil, olive oil, canola oil and walnut oil. 8)   Coenzyme Q-10.  This vitamin-like
coenzyme with antioxidant properties is a key part of cellular energy production. 
Low levels have been linked with high blood pressure, but it’s not clear if this is
a cause or effect.  More studies are needed before a conclusive connection can be made. 9)   Anti-ACE peptides.  This all-natural
supplement is derived from the ‘bonito’ fish.  Three clinical studies have shown that two
thirds of people with high blood pressure respond significantly to it.  Better yet,
not a single person in safety studies has reported any negative side effects. *Now, which common candy can make your blood
pressure go up?  Licorice.  It contains glycyrrhetinic acid (say that three times
fast) which is linked to sodium and water retention – and therefore increased blood
pressure.  Of course in today’s world of artificial flavorings, you might be hard pressed
to find real licorice.  Good news – the fake stuff isn’t linked to blood pressure issues. 
[As yet another interesting side note:  DGL – which is licorice which has had that
(glycyrrhetinic) acid removed, is clinically proven for treating peptic ulcers and reflux
disease.  In double-blind tests, it beats Zantac and Tagamet.] So, getting back to the main question of what
herbs and supplements might lower your blood pressure… Does this mean that you can eat
things like a sesame seed encrusted piece of salmon, drizzled in garlic infused olive
oil, served on a bed of leafy greens with a side of lentil soup and your blood pressure
will go down?  Yes, and it’s been clinically proven through studies such as the DASH diet. To get your FREE copy of the DASH Diet, visit
us at: [Your needs are unique.  Overdoing one thing
can create unforeseen issues elsewhere, especially with drug interactions.  Vitamins and supplements
are dangerous in high doses.  The best place to start is to meet with your doctor and see
what dietary changes make the most sense for your whole health picture.] To learn more about natural ways to control
your blood pressure without drugs, visit us at:
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