Treatment for Low Blood Pressure

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What is Low Blood Pressure
Hypotension is abnormally low blood pressure (less then 90/60). Normal blood pressure is around 120/80 (systolic / diastolic).

Symptoms of Low Blood Pressure

  • Headache;
  • Dizziness accompanied tinnitus (ringing noise in the ears);
  • Palpitations;
  • Blurred vision;
  • Cold hands and feet;
  • State of exhaustion;
  • Lack of efficiency;
  • Faint (only in some cases).

Causes of Low Blood Pressure

  • Nicotine abuse;
  • Depression;
  • Some nervous and hormonal disorders;
  • Anemia;
  • The presence of certain infectious diseases in the body.

Tips

  • Do lots of exercise;
  • Take alternative showers (hot-cold);
  • Do a cold water jet massage;
  • Breathe properly;
  • Eat vegetables, raw fruits and vegetable juice;
  • Drink a cup of coffee daily and for lunch, a glass of red wine.

In a person who usually has normal blood pressure levels, a decrease in blood pressure can be the sign of another cause. In such situation, a physician should be consulted for a diagnostic and a prescription.

Remedies recommended below are for those persons who are usually hypotensive, but occasionally feel some discomfort because of this.

Herbal Treatment for Low Blood Pressure

Due to their properties to regulate blood pressure, Shepherd's Purse and Mistletoe are prescribed both in case of hypertension, and hypotension.

1. Shepherd's Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) regulates and normalizes blood pressure.

Because of these properties, Shepherd's Purse is recommended as an aid in heart disease with arrhythmia, accompanied by hypertension, hypotension or labile blood pressure.

Shepherd's Purse is also recommended as an excellent treatment of Tachycardia (abnormal heartbeat acceleration due to exercise, emotions, a heart condition etc.).

Infusion: Put a spoon of dried Shepherd's Purse in a cup and pour boiling water. Drink 2 cups a day, in the morning and evening, before meals.

2. Mistletoe (Viscum album) is one of the most efficient high and low blood pressure herbs.

It regulates blood pressure (lowers blood pressure in hypertensive and raises it in hypotensive), but it also has a certain toxicity. Therefore, heart patients should be very careful when using mistletoe and, if cardiac arrhythmia occurs, the treatment should be discontinued.

Prepare it as cold macerate. Put 1 teaspoon of mistletoe in 0.25 l of cold water. Leave overnight and strain in the morning. Drink 2-3 cups per day.

These remedies should be prescribed only by a phytotheraphist after a cardiology check-up.

Here are some herbs with miraculous properties in the treatment for low blood pressure

1. Rosemary stabilizes blood pressure and helps in heart and circulatory diseases.

It is recommended rosemary tincture in doses of 10-20 drops, 2-3 times a day for a month.

A more... pleasant recipe is to prepare a tonic wine. Put 3-5 teaspoons of rosemary leaves in 1 l of white wine and let it soak for 5-6 days in a closed bottle. Drink 50-75 ml each day.

Make an infusion from 10 g herb in 0.5 l boiling water, let it steep for 10 minutes, then strain. Drink 1-2 cups per day.

2. Liquorice

  • Cut the plant's root into small pieces and put 50 g in 1 l of cold water
  • Boil for 5 minutes, then cover the bowl.
  • Let it soak for 10-12 hours, then strain.

Drink 1-2 cups per day (not exceeding this amount) for up to 15 days.

3. Green tea and Black tea stimulate and ease digestion, have diuretic action, being used, especially for people who have kidney problems.

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