High Blood Pressure
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Natural Cures for High Blood Pressure

Aloe Vera, Hibiscus Tea, Cayenne Pepper  

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Posted by Michael (Naples, Florida) on 11/14/2011
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Michael at Alternative Health News: I have used hibiscus tea and have found it to have a positive effect on blood pressure.


Posted by Lidia (San Jose, Ca) on 08/07/2011
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Hello everyone. I tried this and it works! One glass hibuscus iced tea daily (no sugar) added. The aloe drink every morning. BP reading was 167/101 now BP reading is 114/64 after one month! Oh yeah I boiled the hibiscus tea from dried herb, not tea bag. Taste kind of like cranberry juice. Thank you!


Posted by I Am Aurelia (Morelia, Mexico) on 07/15/2011
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hi, I blend the whole aloe leaf, whole lemon, peel and all, add about a cup of water more or less. When strained you should have a glassful of liquid. First few days I had cramps and loose stools as the outer part of the aloe leaf is a laxitive. I believe it is part of the cleansing process. Drink plenty of water to prevent dehydration. The hibiscus is 100% hibiscus. You should be able to find it at a natural foods store or a store with ethnic products. I saw results in the second week, numbers started to go down.


Posted by Iamaurelia (Morelia Mich, Mexico) on 06/21/2011
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One yr ago I started having headaches and Dr. found I had high blood pressure 187/100 yikes. I was told I needed to take meds for life. I refused to believe that and have been searching for a natural cure since then. I have found it drinking fresh Aloe every morning. I take a medium leaf wash and remove thorns, put it in the blender, with one lemon and one tablespoon raw honey. Strain and drink on an empty stomach after one month I am off meds and my readings are 109/65!!!!! I also drink one cup of hibiscus tea a day and eat cayenne pepper with meals. My friend also tried this and she is a diabetic her blood sugar is now an average 80, and off insulin.