Hypertension-Natural Cures for High Blood Pressure

Portal Hypertension Remedies

Posted by Sheshe (Wilsonville, Oregon, Usa) on 06/12/2013

Anyone know how to reverse Portal Hypertension naturally?

Replied by Timh
(Louisville, Ky, Usa)
2063 posts

Sheshe: I would first try to remove any toxin that could cause PH. Next I would do a gallbladder cleanse. Last, take any number of Liver support herbs (list of single or combinations here on E.C.).

If this doesn't remove the hypertension try magnet therapy. You will need a strong magnet for best results.

Also, there may be a need for buffering overly high acidic conditions. I use Backing Soda-Sea Salt 50/50 2x day. This helps especially with the esophagus.

Sesame Seed Oil

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Posted by Scott (Pen Argyl, Pa, Usa) on 03/25/2010

Sesame Seed Oil & Hypertension

About 1-1/2 years ago I was diagnosed with a severe case of hypertension. I was put on diuretics and B blockers which for a while brought my blood pressure down to the normal range. In the past few months the drugs haven't been as effective and my pressure started trending up. Accidentally, I ran across info that sesame seed oil could bring a person's BP back into the normal range. I've been using it for the past month and my BP has been trending lower. I'm not back at normal yet but about half way there. I'm hoping in another month to 6 weeks I'll be back there and maybe be able to reduce or eventually give up the drugs altogether. Time will tell.

EC: Hi Scott,

Can you please tell us how much sesame seed oil you are taking each day and how you take it (cook with it, etc.). Thanks!

Vitamin K2

Posted by John Catmull (Trang, Thailand) on 07/23/2010

Hypertension. There's 90% disinformation on the internet & it's difficult to tell the good from the bad. No, I don't believe your site is in the 90%, however the sites I viewed for Vitamin K2 are all flogging the stuff without any info, maybe K2 is not for us. But what confuses me is, we've got voltage dependant calcium ions moving into the muscle fibers surrounding arteries and bronchial tubes, for contraction and out again for relaxing muscle fiber, dilation, the usual everyday working muscles. And into the soft muscle tissue surrounding the heart arteries and bronchial tubes in the case of hypertension & asthma, not exiting but staying there. Causes can be, bad food or stress, both are choices. Plus, calcium, just a millimeter away, on the inside of the artery wall, perhaps preventing the soft muscle tissue from dilating, or just filling up the pipe. I suppose the blood carries the calcium there. Why? What causes the calcium to stop and remain on the arterial wall? What is the pathway and who/what directs it there? K2 or whatever doesn't address the disease, only the symptoms.

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