High Blood Pressure



Arteriosclerosis, obesity, stress, excessive salt intake, nervous tension, kidney malfunction and many other factors make it necessary for the heart to work harder in order to pump blood and nutrients to the various body parts. In an attempt to defend itself and correct the situation, the body responds with high blood pressure, otherwise known as hypertension. As this is a symptomatic condition, an attempt to identify and resolve the cause is necessary before attempting to eliminate the symptom.

Recommended Action

Herbs like cayenne, garlic, ginger and the herbal formula Reishi Extract dissolve and remove deposits of precipitated impurities. Avoid mucus forming foods which clog up the bloodstream. It is also wise to avoid overeating, tension and stress, and to eliminate any excess weight. Juice fasts are beneficial if properly conducted. It is usesful to use essential fatty acids like Fish oil or Krill. Ensure that the heart and circulatory system are properly nourished. For more information see Heart and Arteriosclerosis.

Single Herbs: Reishi, Cayenne or Cayenne Extract, Garlic, Ginger, Hawthorn Berry Syrup or Tincture, Elderberry Extract.

Combinations: Reishi Extract, Cayenne Plus Formula.

Nutritional Supplements: Vitamin C (500 mg, two to six times daily); Bioflavonoids (250 mg, two to six times daily); Vitamin E (start with 100 IU gradually increasing to 400 – 800 IU daily); Lecithin (1200 mg, two times daily);Calcium (1500 mg); Magnesium (200-500 mg); Multivitamins and mineralsEssential Fatty AcidsKrill Oil (1,000 mg)

Suggested Program

Breakfast: Reishi Extract (3 capsules), Cayenne (1 capsule), Garlic (2 capsules), BEVC (2 tablets), Krill Oil (500 mg)
Lunch: Vitamin E (200 IU).
Supper: Same as breakfast.

Ginger root tea is good to drink for this problem