What Do Chinese Seven Flowers and Garlic have to do with Blood Pressure?

Still looking for natural ways to lower blood pressure? Chinese Seven Flowers and Garlic both have blood pressure reducing properties. Both have been proven to reduce the blood pressure when using them as directed.

Chinese Seven Flower Extract

7flowerSeven flowers extract is an extraordinary proprietary blend of traditional Chinese herbs used to help lower blood pressure. It has been shown as beneficial as a natural controllant for mild to moderate blood pressure issues. Chinese seven flower extract tends to have a tranquilizing effect and is also used as a natural sleep aid for insomnia. It has also been shown to reduce stress and relieve anxiety. The ingredients for Chinese Seven Flower Extract include Chrysanthemum flowers, Honeysuckle flower, Sophora Japonica flower, Brunella flower, Water Fairy flower, Black Moss flower, and Nodo Ginseng flowers.

7flower-2If you aren’t into drying, measuring and grinding your own herbs, you can get it in tablet form on Amazon.

Garlic and Garlic Extract

Garlic may help with lowering blood pressure by stimulating the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a compound that plays a key role in the widening of blood vessels. The recommended dose of garlic extract is 480 milligrams to 960 milligrams. When these doses are taken regularly, significant decreases in blood pressure have been reported. Although any dose less than 480 milligrams has not shown a significant decrease in blood pressure. Apparently there is a magic amount of garlic to have this effect. So, if you already cook with garlic in everything you eat, good news! Your blood pressure is being regulated naturally a little bit.

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Some users of Micronized Purple Rice have also reported that they believe eating purple rice powder has helped to improve their blood pressure numbers. If you’ve been considering trying Micronized Purple Rice, now could be a great time to take advantage of the Spring Sale!

This is the user’s individual experience.  It does not reflect any claims made by the product’s manufacturer or distributor and is not supported by any scientific studies.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.
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