Natural Hypertension Remedies:
"Learn The Correct Supplement and Minerals To Help You Lower Hypertension Naturally"
As mentioned in the previous articles, minerals and vitamins can be found in all sorts of natural foods. In this installment we will talk about more simple food items and ingredients that can be very useful in lowering Hypertension.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Many people have had success treating Hypertension with apple cider vinegar, perhaps because it is high in so many of the vitamins and nutrients that are thought to be helpful in lowering Hypertension.
Apple cider vinegar includes vitamins C, A, E, B1, B2 and B6, in addition to potassium, magnesium, copper and many other helpful nutrients. Being vinegar, it doesn't taste great, but a common way to take it is to mix two tablespoons in eight ounces of water and add some honey to taste. Some people also throw in a garlic clove for even more heart-healthy benefits.
The usefulness of apple cider vinegar for Hypertension is largely anecdotal, that is, there haven't been any studies showing its effectiveness. Still, given what's in it, it makes sense that it would help.
Cayenne is another herb that is thought to benefit the heart in all sorts of ways. It improves circulation and keeps the arteries from hardening. Proponents of cayenne (actually capsicum, the component that makes hot peppers hot) say it is one of the bestthings you can take to help your heart, and some claim it can actually stop a heart attack.
Mix a teaspoon of cayenne into a glass of water and drink twice a day. Some people can work up to a tablespoon a glass, but you need to do it gradually to get your body used to it. Some people prefer to take it in hot water seasoned with lemon or honey.
In the next article I will talk about tea. The great relaxing, healthy anytime drink.