Multiple studies confirm that quercetin, a compound found in onions, capers and other foods, significantly reduces blood pressure.
Clinical research finds black sesame seeds reduce hypertension and contributes antioxidants. Do white sesame seeds have the same properties? Find out.
Research has confirmed that cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides, and increase insulin sensitivity. These results are confirmed by other research finding cinnamon fights metabolic syndrome.
New research is finding that the humble yarrow plant – considered a roadside weed in many areas – has the ability to calm nerves, reduce liver and kidney infections, and provide potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Tangy Hibiscus tea sure tastes great. It also treats high blood pressure – even beating out some ACE inhibitor drugs. It also treats urinary tract infections and improves cholesterol.
Research confirms that aged garlic reduces blood pressure. We can now add garlic to a list of several other natural strategies proven to reduce hypertension.