* Objectives of herbal treatment for hypertension.
* Dilation of blood vessels and improvement of vascular flexibility.
* Improving blood circulation.
* Calming and reducing anxiety, emotional balance and mood. Feeding
Dosage and method of taking
Tincture - 5 ml * 3 a day. it is possible with water or juice half an hour before a meal
Dry extract - 1 capsule * 3 a day on an empty stomach.
* Hawthorn - Crataegus spp
* Olive leaves - Olea europaea
* Theresa, Tilia - Tilia spp
* Reishi mushroom - Ganoderma lucidum
Hawthorn- Hawthorn has an effect on the connection between the
nervous system and the cardiovascular system. Hawthorn improves
blood flow in the coronary arteries and nourishes the heart, soothes and
counteracts anxiety, emotional balance and improves mood. All of these
give it effectiveness in treating high blood pressure.
Olive leaves- lowers blood pressure, lowers blood lipids / cholesterol
levels, antibacterial, lowers blood sugar levels, dilates coronary arteries,
metabolic diuretic, antioxidant.
Chinese Sage- The plant has been used in Chinese medicine for
centuries to treat cardiovascular disease, degenerative brain diseases,
sleep disorders, menstrual problems and more. In recent years, Western
herbal medicine has been researching the root of this plant and
comparing its activity to the drug nitroglycerin used to dilate blood
Tilia- Tilia has soothing properties,
lowers blood pressure and changes. Its
use creates a general relaxation of the
body and as a result it improves mood,
and can help in cases of sleep
Genoderma- Genoderma is defined
as an adaptogen: a plant that has the
effect of strengthening the adrenal
glands and the ability to increase body
endurance, both physically and men
tally- helps in stressful situations.
Medicinal purple medicine as a
medicinal plant that is also suitable for
active types who suffer from fever.
It is considered an excellent supportive
plant in formulas designed for
long-term treatment of diabetes,
to support and prevent cancer and to
balance blood pressure.
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