2 Fluid Oz (60ml) Herbal Tincture
Hi-BP is commonly used for Cardio Health
Suggested Use: 20 to 30 drops 1 to 3 times a day as needed or as directed by your health care practitioner
The herbs included in Hi-BP
Hawthorn Berries, Brazilian Pepper Tree, Embauba, Ginger, Gingko, Graviola, Maitake, Mulungu, Valerian, White Willow Bark, Abuta, Dandelion, Parsley, Skullcap
Helpful Information about the Herbs in Hi-BP
Hawthorn Berries are great for heart health, blood pressure and contain antioxidants. Hawthorn Berries have a vasodilation effect - helping to manage high blood pressure.
Brazilian Pepper Tree
Brazilian Pepper Tree is an herb used for heart problems including elevated Blood Pressure and abnormal heartbeat.
Is an herb used for many types of breathing issues. Often used in Diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and kidney disorders. For those with high blood pressure, it is used to increase the contraction strength of the heart muscle. Embauba sometimes used as a substitute for digitalis-containing plants (for heart problems), atherosclerosis, high blood pressure.
Ginger is often used for Heart health. Other possible uses include reducing cholesterol, lowering the risk of blood clotting, and treatment for heart disease.
Ginkgo can assist with heart health. It can also reduce injury due to free radicals. It may help with respiratory health. It may also assist with brain health, although it can take at least six weeks before noticeable improvements occur. Another benefit can be the relief of PMS symptoms. Ginkgo biloba can help with eye health, as well.
Graviola is often used as a folk remedy to lower blood pressure. Uncontrolled high blood pressure may increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. Graviola may help reduce blood pressure without increasing heart rate.
Maitake powdered extract has been found to lower cholesterol levels. It has also been shown to increase fatty acids that provide energy. The conclusion being maitake mushroom may help keep arteries healthy.
It is used to lower blood pressure and as a tonic for the heart.
Valerian has been known to lower blood pressure, and therefore benefits heart health.
White Willow Bark
Helps with headaches and migraines, with some benefit from the pain-relieving qualities of willow bark. It works by lowering the blood pressure in the small capillaries and blood vessels in the head, easing pressure and relieving those painful, debilitating symptoms.
Commonly used as an herbal diuretic, helping to rid the body of excess fluid. Dandelion may also have a Blood pressure lowering effect. Dandelion contains potassium and may have a slight blood pressure lowering effect.
Parsley is abundant in flavone antioxidants, which can reduce oxidation stress, thus boosting cardiovascular health. This herb also contains high levels of vitamin B and folic acid that prevents the thickening of artery walls. Parsley also contains potassium, helping to lower blood pressure. Parsley also helps prevent heart diseases and strokes.
It is used for fever, high cholesterol, and “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis)
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