Natural Supplements that Can Help Lower Blood Pressure


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It is important to note that a diet that helps to reduct inflammation in the body is an important factor in our health.  It is now being discovered that many symptoms can be reduced by reducing the inflammation in our bodies including high blood pressure, high blood sugar, allergies, auto-immune, skin disorders and more.  Read more about choosing an anti inflammatory diet here.

Many natural supplements* are believed to have potential benefits in lowering blood pressure. Here are some of the commonly suggested ones, though it's essential to note that individual responses may vary, and not all of these have strong clinical evidence.

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Natural Supplements that Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

  1. Potassium: Helps balance the amount of sodium in your cells, which can contribute to blood pressure regulation.

  2. Omega-3 fatty acids (Fish oils): Can reduce blood pressure, particularly in those with high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

  3. Magnesium: Acts as a natural calcium channel blocker, which might help cells relax and possibly decrease blood pressure (also good for calming the body and sleep).

  4. Garlic: Contains allicin, which may have blood pressure-lowering properties.

  5. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): An enzyme present in the body that has shown some potential in reducing blood pressure.

  6. Flaxseed: Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and has shown potential blood pressure-reducing properties.

  7. Beetroot: Contains nitrates that can help dilate blood vessels, leading to lower blood pressure.

  8. L-arginine: An amino acid that produces nitric oxide, which can help dilate blood vessels.

  9. Berberine: An alkaloid extracted from various plants, which may help in lowering blood pressure.

  10. Folic acid: Especially for pregnant women, folic acid can help lower the risk of high blood pressure.

  11. Vitamin D: A deficiency might be linked to high blood pressure, so supplementation could help some people.

  12. Celery seed: Used in traditional medicine and might help lower blood pressure.

It's essential to remember that while some studies have shown these supplements can have a positive effect on blood pressure, other studies might not have found the same results. Always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any supplement, especially if you're on medication, as there can be interactions between drugs and supplements.

*The information provided in this post is intended for information purposes only and is not medical or nutritional advice.  Always talk to your trusted health care provider before changing your diet or taking supplement or adding an exercise plan. No statement here has been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and the products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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