Hypertension: 10 aromatic herbs and spices that lower blood pressure

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Hypertension: 10 herbs and spices

Among the remedies to reduce the salt content in the daily diet, use 10 aromatic herbs, fresh or infused, and some spices that are able to lower blood pressure levels due to the properties they contain:



  • Basil
  • Parsley
  • Timo
  • Garlic
  • Celery seeds
  • Cat's claw
  • Bacopa monnieri
  • Cinnamon
  • Ginger
  • Cardamom

 

Basil

Basil is rich in eugenol, a plant-based antioxidant particularly beneficial for health. It promotes several beneficial effects, including lowering blood pressure, by acting as a natural blocker of calcium channels. Calcium channel blockers prevent the movement of calcium in the heart and arterial cells, allowing blood vessels to relax and blood to thin. 


Parsley

Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is a popular aromatic herb around the world. It has a particularly interesting nutritional profile: it contains a variety of compounds, such as Vitamin C e carotenoids dietetics, which can reduce blood pressure. Several studies have shown that the carotenoid antioxidants reduce blood pressure and the LDL cholesterol (bad), a risk factor for heart disease.


Celery seeds

Celery seeds (Apium graveolens) are a versatile spice rich in various nutrients, such as iron, magnesium, manganese, calcium and natural fibers. Elements that help keep blood pressure below the risk threshold. L'celery seed extract can help lower the blood pressure acting as a natural blocker of gods calcium channels.

Celery is one of the vegetables that can also be grown in pots at home, starting from scraps. 

Garlic

Garlic - fresh or dried - is particularly beneficial for the health of the heart. In fact, garlic contains sulfur compounds, such asallicin, which can help increase blood flow and relax blood vessels. Collectively, these factors can help lower blood pressure. Several studies on hypertensive individuals have found that the intake of garlic reduces systolic and diastolic blood pressure averaged 8,3 mm Hg and 5,5 mm Hg respectively.


 

Timo

Thyme is a tasty, rich and healthy herb. L'rosmarinic acid it contains one of the compounds that reduce inflammation and blood sugar levels, two negative factors for health. It can also help reduce systolic blood pressure by inhibiting the enzyme conversion of angiotensin (ACE). ACE is a molecule that narrows blood vessels and raises blood pressure. Therefore, inhibiting it can lower blood pressure. Taking thyme extract also reduces heart disease risk factors, such as cholesterol total, LDL (bad) cholesterol, and i triglycerides.


Uncaria - Cat's claw

The Chinese cat's claw contains several compounds, such asirsutina and rhinocophylline, able to reduce blood pressure by acting as natural blockers of calcium channels. Additionally, these compounds can stimulate blood vessels to produce nitric oxide, a chemical compound that helps blood vessels relax and dilate.


Bacopa monnieri

Bacopa monnieri is a herb that grows in swampy areas of South Asia. Ayurvedic medicine practitioners use it to treat various ailments, including anxiety, memory problems and hypertension. An herb that can lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure levels by stimulating blood vessels to release nitric oxide. Bacopa monnieri can be purchased at health food stores and online. It comes in several forms, including powder and capsules.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a spice that comes from the inner bark of trees of the Cinnamomu genus. Used for centuries in traditional medicine for treat heart conditions, including hypertension, helps dilate and relax blood vessels. Several studies have shown that cinnamon intake reduces the systolic and diastolic blood pressure averaged 6,2 mm Hg and 3,9 mm Hg respectively.


 

Ginger

Ginger is incredibly versatile and a staple in alternative medicine. A root particularly suitable for improving many aspects of heart health, including circulation , cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Ginger acts as a calcium channel blocker it's a Natural ACE inhibitor. Ginger is commercially available fresh, dry, in powder form and as a concentrated supplement. 

Cardamom

Cardamom is a spice with a slightly sweet and intense flavor. It is rich in antioxidants that can help lower blood pressure by acting as a natural blocker of calcium channels and diuretic

 

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