Natural teas can help manage high blood pressure.
- Changing your diet can help control high blood pressure.
- These natural teas are made with hypertension friendly foods.
- You can include these 5 teas in your hypertension diet.
Lifestyle-related illnesses are now rife as we mostly stay at home and our physical activity has drastically decreased. Hypertension or high blowing pressure has always been a concern around the world. With the impending coronavirus pandemic, it needs our attention more than ever. Hypertension refers to a condition in which the force of the blood against the artery walls is greater than normal. If this situation is left unsupervised or uncontrolled, it can lead to serious illnesses such as heart attack or stroke. Changing your diet is still considered an effective treatment. Here we suggest some natural teas that have been shown to be beneficial in treating high blood pressure.
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Here are 5 effective teas that can help you control blood pressure:
1. Garlic tea
Garlic is a staple in cuisines around the world. The compound & # 39; allicin & # 39; found in garlic is known to keep blood pressure under control. In the book & # 39; Healing Foods & # 39; According to DK-Verlag, "Garlic is rich in sulfur, which stimulates nitric oxide production in vessels. This in turn improves the elasticity of the vessels and helps control blood pressure. This is how you can make garlic tea at home.
2. Lemongrass Tea
Citrus-like, aromatic lemongrass tea is just the drink you need to freshen up. The nutritionist Dr. Anju Sood shares: "Lemongrass provides us with a lot of potassium, which stimulates the production of urine in our body, further improves blood circulation and suppresses high blood pressure." How to make lemongrass tea at home.
3. Moringa tea
Moringa tea made from the dehydrated and ground leaves of a moringa tree (or drumstick tree). Dr. Manoj K. Ahuja emphasizes: "Moringa is a very nutrient-rich plant. It is a powerhouse of vitamins, iron, calcium and essential amino acids." Moringa contains a compound called "quercetin" which is known to lower high blood pressure. Its antioxidant quality is also believed to be good for BP patients to help reduce inflammation. Click here for the recipe for moringa tea.
4. Tulsi tea
The herb tulsi has been known for its medicinal properties since ancient times. The volatile oils in Tulsi can be very helpful in controlling blood pressure. A chemical called eugenol is found in Tulsi and has the ability to relax tense blood vessels. Here's how to make tulsi tea at home.
5. Flaxseed tea
Flax seeds are a rich source of potassium that helps combat the negative effects of high sodium levels in the body. According to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA), one hundred grams of flaxseed provides up to 813 mg of potassium. Flaxseed is also rich in fiber, which protects the cell layer in the blood vessels. Click here for the flaxseed tea recipe.
Liven up your evenings with these natural, healthy beverages and check your blood pressure on the go.
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