What Are the Natural Ways to Keep Blood Pressure Down?

There are many reasons why your blood pressure can be elevated. Recommended seeing a naturopath or herbalist to get to the cause of the blood pressure elevation. However, since you’re looking for alternate ways, following are some of the methods people use to keep their blood pressure down using natural remedies:

What Are the Natural Ways to Keep Blood Pressure Down?

  • Find out what is making your blood pressure go up and then find ways to reduce whatever is making it go up. Stress is a huge factor for blood pressure, not always salt as most seem to think.

  • Get all vitamin and mineral levels checked is what should be done before putting any vitamins and minerals in your body that it may not need.

  • Exercise, aerobic conditioning if possible. Pranayama which is yogic breathing works quickly. Diet and exercise work and it’s either that or drugs, too many people want to take something for everything. Well take a hike, take a jog, take a walk, and learn how to breathe from the gut.

  • Use Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar, mix it with water and drink it that way 3 or 4 times a day.

  • Eat melon, first thing in the morning on an empty stomach.

  • Daikon Radish treats high blood pressure, migraines, helps clean the blood of toxins, aids digestion, congestion, and has many other benefits.

  • Incorporate raw cannabis leaves and flowers into your diet [non-psychoactive when raw] – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28614793

  • Hyssop and Hibiscus. Probably many other herbs that lower blood pressure.

  • Using Hawthorn berries along with magnesium.

  • Restrict alcohol, caffeine, and salt. Get more potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Meditate, exercise, and get proper sleep.

  • Flax seeds. One tablespoon twice a day empty stomach.

  • Garlic and Forskohlii (eastern European herb) work great.

  • Celery works like a diuretic and has some blood pressure lowering effect.

  • Olive leaf has been shown to lower BP and inflammation.

  • Hawthorn Berry tincture, Histamine from toxins will make your blood pressure go up. Take Quercetin to absorb the histamine and Lee Silsby Enhansa Curcumin to inhibit it.

  • Constitutional Homeopathy and meditation. Garlic, Coenzyme Q10, and Magnesium. CoQ10 is diuretic so be careful and Magnesium not to be taken if on Calcium antagonists.

  • Eliminate the coffee with the hydrogenated oil, which is fake creamer and that sweet cream just stays in your veins.

  • Stay away from conflict, forgive and practice kindness and compassion especially to those who hurt you, stay away from sexual arousal, competition and practice gratitude and breathing, it will reduce blood pressure instantly.

  • Recent studies indicate that magnesium deficiency may contribute. Try Epsom salt baths for a double effect – the bath would be calming, and the salts have minerals including magnesium.

  • Magnesium spray or gel, use after bathing to massage feet, legs, abdomen, neck. All our cells require magnesium to function properly. Will help with sleep as well.

  • The lemon essential oil is good for regulating blood pressure. You would want to use a medicinal/therapeutic brand. Not something over the counter.

  • Consuming Reishi medicinal Mushrooms.

  • The cayenne extract is very good for bringing BP down, taken with water or juice, flax seed oil pills and or garlic pills. Don’t use regular table salt, instead use real salt. It’s Pink or Himalayan salt also pink in color doesn’t raise blood pressure.

  • Cut out sugar & eat low carb. Sugar causes fluid retention, not salt.

  • Potassium lowers blood pressure, which can be found in bananas and oranges.

  • Keeping hydrated is the key to lower blood pressure. When blood is thick, it exerts more pressure on the heart.

  • Some kinds of chocolate contain high amounts of flavonols (White chocolate isn’t one of them). These antioxidants may help control blood pressure and fight cognitive decline. Don’t go overboard, though. An ounce of dark chocolate has 155 calories.

  • Raw garlic, and dark chocolate. Make your own cocoa at home using Hershey cocoa stevia sugar and almond milk.

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