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Home Remedies For Blood Pressure

Now-a-days as our life is becoming fast, we are over stressed and suffer from disorders like hypertension. The patient should stop taking or reduce as much as taking salt. He should have easily digestible food minus spicy condiments.

  • He should take as much water as possible. Sometimes it is due to the malfunctioning of kidneys. Lot of water intake will help curing the basic defect.

  • He should avoid taking tea, cigarettes, coffee and rich creamy biscuits.

  • He should try to do light exercise and resort to massage of the body if possible.

  • Have as much fruits as possible instead of regular food.

  • The patient should try to keep his bowels clean. Constipation adds to the impurities in the body and thus put extra load on the excretion system of the body.

Giddiness Due To Blood Pressure

  • Soak 1 teaspoon each of powdered amla, coriander seeds (saboot dhania) and sandalwood in a cup of water overnight. Strain and drink the next day. Continue for a few days.

Low Blood Pressure

  • Have juice of basil (tulsi) leaves (10-15) mixed 1 teaspoon honey.

  • Add 3/4 cup crushed licorice (Mulathi) root to 4 cups cold water and allow it to stand for 2 hours. Then bring it quickly to a boil and steep for 5 minutes. Add this to the bath water in the tub.

  • Brandy or Alcohol of any variety in quantity from 15 to 50 ml. diluted with warm water, is a temporary expedient which can be tried till the exact cause of the malady is ascertained. Or, spirit of Ammonia Aroma should be given in teaspoonful doses diluted with an equal amount of water

High Cholesterol

  • Sunflower seeds contain a substantial amount of linoleic acid which is helpful in reducing cholesterol deposits on the walls of the arteries.

  • Finely dice an onion and mix it with 1 cup buttermilk along with 1/4 teaspoon black pepper (kali mirch) powder and drink.

  • Regularly intake garlic (lahsun) cloves for a few days.

  • Regularly intake coriander decoction made by boiling 2 teaspoons dry coriander seeds powder in 1 cup water. Milk and sugar can be added to improve its taste. This could be a welcome substitute for teas or coffee.


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