It’s a brazen theft, unfolding in broad daylight. One so bold, the thieves are even ANNOUNCING what they’re taking – and DARING us to stop them.
The mainstream medicine establishment… AKA, the drug companies’ mouthpiece … has FINALLY done it. They admitted that herbal medicine is both safe and effective for treating hypertension.
But don’t start celebrating just yet. The crooks aren’t about to ACTUALLY recommend it.
Heavens, no – they simply want to STEAL it instead.
Because even though herbs DO work… and although they can be both safe and effective… they prefer to turn them into a drug.
They claim a synthetic form of herbal medicines would be better and offer a standardized formula.
But you and I both know what they’re REALLY after.
Bingo! It’s money, and a whole lot of it, when they seize the market and jack up the price of once-affordable herbal hypertension treatments.
Well, friend, it’s time we throw up a stop sign at these dollar-chasing hacks.
And today, I’m going to help you do just that. I’ll be sharing how to get all of those now-proven benefits WITHOUT having to pony up big bucks for the drugs they’re dreaming up.
Beat hypertension with herbal medicine
If you’ve battling hypertension yourself, you know how tough it is to bring your numbers down.
It’s so challenging that some people aren’t just on one drug. They’re taking two or three… in some cases more… just to reduce their high blood pressure.
So, of course, researchers are always looking for new ways to cut those levels.
The new study tested dozens of herbal remedies in lab tests. They found seven in particular that had an especially powerful effect against hypertension…
Now those seven might not seem to have a whole lot in common. But they actually do.
You see, they all contain an alkaloid chemical called aloperine. Aloperine activates a potassium channel called KCNQ5 found inside the smooth muscle that lines the walls of your blood vessels.
When it’s switched on, the muscles relax. And when the muscles relax, circulation improves, and blood pressure drops.
Slash your high blood pressure with THESE herbs
All seven herbs contained the aloperine. But the MOST effective forms and levels of the compound were found in lavender, followed by fennel seed extract, and chamomile.
This makes sense because of what we already know about these three hypertension heroes.
Lavender is known to ease stress and anxiety, which in turn can lower blood pressure. Even just SMELLING the stuff can be beneficial. As an essential oil used in aromatherapy, lavender has been shown to reduce hypertension.
Fennel seeds are loaded with potassium, which can help cut blood pressure. And chamomile tea is already proven to relax blood vessels, making it a natural hypertension fighter.
And all three of these herbal hypertension fighters are available right NOW as supplements, teas, essential oils, and more. They work well. And you certainly don’t need to wait for the drug companies to cook up a new pricey med to give any of these remedies a shot.
You can find them in nearly any vitamin shop, as well as online.
And while you’re there, you might want to grab some hawthorn too. While the researchers didn’t even test it, hawthorn is one of the BEST herbal remedies there is for battling hypertension.
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