Tips to decrease the high blood pressure – here are a few tips to stay healthy and maintain your blood pressure within normal limits, because high blood pressure is a condition you can’t ignore.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of all men and women will develop high blood pressure, also called hypertension, after age 55. Even if you know that you have a normal blood pressure today, you want to do everything you can to keep it in that healthy range.
People with hypertension often need several medications to control blood pressure. While medication can lower blood pressure, it may cause side effects.
Therefore, you can use remedies that you can prepare at home – Natural Remedies to lower your high blood pressure, and may reduce the medication.
* Horseradish recipe. Here’s a very old method for regulating hypertension: wash 6–8 horse radish roots with a brush in cold water and leave them for 36 hours in a clear cold water . Then chop them finely; add boiling water to the chopped horseradish, as much as to be covered. Shake vigorously and then squeeze it well. Mix the juice with 200 ml red carrot juice and 2 tablespoons of honey. Keep the mixture in refrigerator, in a sealed jar. Take two teaspoons of this mixture one hour before meals 3 times a day for 3 months long.
* Aloe recipe. Keep aloe leaves 12 days at the bottom of the refrigerator, wrapped in paper (such as a roller), so that the ends of the leaves to be not covered. Then minces the leaves to get a half-cup of green mass. Mix the green mass with 4 minced lemons (with peel, but discard seeds), a glass of honey and a glass of brandy or edible alcohol (½ glass). Eat one to two tablespoons twice a day.
* Garlic. In the morning, swallow a clove without chewing, and drink cold water after. Do so, until blood pressure will decrease.
*Pelargonium zonal-geranium. Crush a geranium leaf, slightly, between your fingers, and bind to both hands in the area where the pulse is taken. Soon, blood pressure will decrease.
* Corn flour cure. Place a tablespoon of corn flour in a cup and pour hot water (not boiled) on it; cover the cup and leave it to soak during the night. In the morning, immediately after waking, drink the liquid only. Periodically, measure your blood pressure.
* Nuts and Honey. Mix four crushed nuts (with peel) with one tablespoon of Elderflower and one tablespoon of honey. Over the mixture pour 2 cups (0.5 liters) of water and place it over low heat. Boil for 30 minutes, then allow it cool and filter the liquid. Drink one tablespoon of liquid, three times a day before meals. When you’ll finish drinking the liquid, take a break for a month. You can repeat the treatment after…
*Milk recipes. Add 50 g Dill seeds to two cups (0.5 liter) of milk; then boil it stirring continuously 10-15 min. Drink one tablespoon of milk /3 times daily, 20-30 minutes before meals. Keep te milk in the refrigerator. Dill seeds also decrease intraocular pressure.
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