Use one of these herbs that lower blood pressure (also known as hypertension) to help you get rid of your high blood pressure. The following herbal formulas will not only lower your blood pressure, but will also help with other problems in your body.
Besides using one of these high blood pressure herbs, I recommend that you watch your diet (eliminate processed foods, sugary drinks, cereals, and pastries) and walk at least for 15 to 20 minutes daily.
Consider including Vitamin D.
There are studies that confirms the link between vitamin D deficiency and high blood pressure which are published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
You can read about the link between vitamin D deficiency and stiff arteries and high blood pressure at Vitamin D linked to arterial stiffness.
All of these high blood pressure herbs work well in your body. You can order them here at contact me and to find out which one is right for your physical needs.
1) to lower blood pressure,
2) as a poison antidote,
3) as a female hormone,
4) to promote normal hair growth,
5) as an antispasmodic,
6) as a sedative,
7) to support adrenal gland function,
8) to help meningitis.
Black Cohosh acts on the circulatory system by slowing down the heartbeat and strengthening its output as well as increase the pulse strength. It also acts as an arterial and nerve sedative which is most important to reduce hypertension (nerve-induced high blood pressure) and far safer than Digitalis.
In folk medicine it has been used as fomentation (cloth soaked in the extract and used externally) for headaches, sedative for upset nerves, migraine, epilepsy, insomnia, meningitis (inflammation and painful infection of membranes around the brain and spinal cord), also used for painful menstruation and to ease labor.
Use: 10 to 60 drops 3 times daily. If sensitive you may develop a headache so start with 10 drops and gradually increase. To order and for more information, contact me.
It is a natural source of the mineral zinc, is one of the herbs that lower blood pressure due to nervous tension and to correct balance problems and epilepsy, nervous system instability, anxiety, paralysis, weak pulse, poor outflow of blood with each heart contraction, enlarged heart and water retention, and high blood pressure.
Dose: Put 40 to 80 drops of this herbal tincture along with the same amount of Herbal ADJ in a cup mixed with juice or water and drink as needed. Take 40 to 80 drops of Golden Bough daily as preventative maintenance.
In Germany, Golden Bough, is given to post-operative cancer patients to raise their immunity and thus prevent the recurrence of the cancer.
Dose: To lower dangerously high blood pressure, put 40 to 80 drops pf Herbal ADJ and the same amount of Golden Bough in a cup of water and drink it.
Dose: Take 20 drops 2 times daily for one week, and then 40 drops twice daily. If capsules are preferred , take 3 capsules 3 times daily.
Dose: Take 10 to 40 drops after meals.
Note: Care should be exercised when taking Pleurisy Root herbal tincture as it could be toxic if taken in large doses.
For more information regarding herbal liquids, read
herbs for healing.
I have been using herbal formulas from Pure Herbs as medicines for years, so I highly recommend them. I believe in the healing power of herbs so much that I have become a distributor for their products in Canada and the US.
You can contact me to test what you need, more information and to order these herbs.
Besides using these herbs that lower blood pressure, you have to look at your life style and behavior such as eating habits that will contribute to high blood pressure.
Besides herbs that lower blood pressure more healing herbs are found in the 3rd column on the right hand side of the page.
Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. Every attempt has been made for accuracy, but none is guaranteed. Many traditional uses and properties of herbs have not been validated by the FDA. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.