Garlic benefits for blood pressure with allium sativum homeopathy

garlic benefits for blood pressure

Get garlic benefits for blood pressure with Allium Sativum homeopathy medicine. Because this garlic derived medicine is a good natural vasodilator making the blood flows more easily through the vessels. This reduces the pumping load on heart and treats high blood pressure as natural anti-hypertensive

How much garlic should I take for high blood pressure?
You need not consume garlic directly to get the medical benefits of reduced blood pressure. Homeopathic medicines like Dr Reckeweg R85 contains extracts of Garlic (Allium Sativum) that will reduce your high blood pressure naturally. Unlike natural garlic (which is known as a natural blood thinner) the derivative of Garlic (Allium sativum D3) in R85 does not carry any blood thinning properties and therefore free of any side effects. You can also take take Allium Sativum Mother Tincture (listed below) 10 Drops 3 times a day with 1/2 cup of water

How doe Garlic decrease high blood pressure?
As per NCBI, different compounds in garlic are thought to reduce the risk for cardiovascular diseases, have anti-tumor and anti-microbial effects, and show benefit on high blood glucose concentration. If you have diabetes, you are twice as likely to have high blood pressure. The natural vasodilation properties in Garlic causes a decrease in systemic vascular resistance (SVR) and an increase in blood flow, resulting in a reduction of blood pressure.

How can I bring my blood pressure down immediately?
Another homeopathic remedy Rauwolfia Serpentina (Sarpagandha) is well reputed to be a blood prssure remedy. Taking 1 or 2 tablets of Rauwolfia Serpentina 1x mother tincture tablet is known to knock down high blood pressure immediately. Patients have not only reported immedate reduction of high BP but regular dosage helps maintain blod pressure at normal levels. Refer customer testimonials below (source, ASIN: ‎B01N4LMXMZ)

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