Managing Blood Pressure naturally
through Indian Ayurvedic Herbs

One in eight Indian suffers from high blood pressure. A lifestyle disease, it is also called a ‘silent killer’ as its symptoms aren’t obvious till it is too late. Much like other lifestyle diseases, you just need to make a few tweaks to your lifestyle to protect yourself from the disease. Experts say it is possible to reduce high blood pressure naturally at home. A number of experts say that ayurvedic treatment for high blood pressure is an effective way to manage the disease.

"I hate taking pills. Fortunately I came across these herbal drops that I use everyday to keep my BP and hypertension under control. Apart from BP control I feel a sense of overall wellbeing, healthy and happy"

High blood pressure is caused by several means. It could be due to eating untimely food or refrigerated food or due to intake of junk food or it could be the result of stress, anxiety and intake of alcohol or acidic food. It is a symptom manifesting disorderliness in body functions. With Ayurvedic Herbs we can treat the root cause and expect a better control.

More than one mechanism of action appears to be involved in Cinnamon’s ability to reduce blood pressure. One is that cinnamon dilates and relaxes blood vessels -- changes that can lower blood pressure. Cinnamon is a rich source of antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties, that controlls hypertension. Cinnamon's potential role in managing weight and blood sugars may also be a mechanism for blood pressure improvement, since obesity and diabetes are linked to hypertension.

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Tulsi is the best example of Ayurveda's holistic lifestyle approach to health. Tulsi is said to penetrate the deep tissues, dry tissue secretions and normalize kapha and vata. Daily consumption of tulsi is said to prevent disease, promote general health, wellbeing and longevity and assist in dealing with the stresses of daily life. Tulsi is a potent adaptogen with a unique combination of pharmacological actions that promote wellbeing and resilience. It is quite effective in controlling hypertension and blood pressure.

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Ginger is an effective and easy home remedy for hypertension and is also known for its cardiovascular benefits. It relaxes the muscles surrounding the blood vessels and improves blood circulation, which helps in lowering blood pressure. Ginger extracts are also also effective in regulating heart rate and minimising palpitations. Numerous studies have been conducted that show ginger’s ability to treat high blood pressure.

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If your emotions are going in all directions, it can seriously impact the activity of your heart and hypertension. To calm these emotions and give your cardiovascular system a break, vetiver can be used, as it will induce healthy, restful sleep and provide the time for your body to re-charge. DURMERIC vetiver drops made from extracts of the Vetiver roots and is rich in khusimene, delta-selinene, beta-vetivenene, vetiselinenol, khusimol, isovalencenol, khusimone, alpha-vetivone and betavetivone that are the actives responsible for the wonderful health benefits of Vetiver. The drops sooth the anxiety and nervousness leading to a reduced blood pressure.

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DURMERIC DROPS USAGE INSTRUCTIONS

Cinnamon Drops

  • Frequency: Alternate days or Alternate weeks
  • Quantity: 1 ml to 2 ml (with one litre / 2 litres of water)
  • Dosage: 1 ml in 1 litre of water (replace normal drinking water)

Tulsi Drops

  • Frequency: Daily
  • Quantity: 1 drops in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast

Ginger Drops

  • Frequency: Alternate days or Alternate weeks
  • Quantity: 1 ml to 2 ml (with one litre / 2 litres of water)
  • Dosage: 1 ml in 1 litre of water (replace normal drinking water)
(Alternate between Ginger and Cinnamon; Just add a ml of drops in 1 litre water bottle and use it in office or home)

Vetiver Drops

  • Frequency: Daily
  • Quantity: 1 drops in a glass of hot water in the evening / night before food
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