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High blood pressure (hypertension) has been a growing health concern, especially among the urban working class of people.
Excess work stress, sedentary lifestyle, lack of physical exercise and to add to it, heaps of junk food consumption are a few among the major factors that cause hypertension.
When we eat these foods, they do not get digested easily. The toxin content in them gets collected, and this has been the chief cause for high blood pressure.
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The worst part is that at the initial level, there would not be any significant symptoms for high blood pressure.
Only when the blood pressure is extremely high, you tend to get a headache, feel dizzy, fatigued, find it difficult to breathe and experience a pain at the back of the neck.
Regular checkup is one of the ways in which you can avoid the risk of high blood pressure. If it goes beyond 120 mm Hg systolic and 80 mm Hg diastolic (which is the normal blood pressure of a healthy adult), then it needs to be checked immediately.
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If not taken care of on time, it might also lead to other major health ailments like heart problem, diabetes, kidney problem, etc, to name a few.
Though there are several medications available for the treatment of high blood pressure, the best mode of treatment would be Ayurveda, which helps in getting to the root cause of the problem and removes it.
Since the ingredients used in Ayurvedic medications are all herbal and natural, the chances of side effects are nil.
Therefore, Boldsky brings to you 10 best Ayurvedic remedies for the treatment of high blood pressure (hypertension). Have a look:
It is one of the best-known herbs in Ayurveda, which is known to lower the blood pressure by helping to reduce the stress level. Take the dried roots, boil them for about 10 minutes, let the mixture cool for a while. Drink one-two cups in a day.
Known since ancient times, amla or Indian gooseberry is highly beneficial for the treatment of high blood pressure. Take one tablespoon of amla juice, one tablespoon of honey, and mix it and then have it early in the morning.
One of the well-known traditional Ayurvedic medicines to treat high blood pressure is sarpagandha. Consuming about 1-2 g of sarpagandha powder once in a day helps in lowering blood pressure.
4. Flax Seeds:
It has been found that adding flax seeds in one's daily diet helps people deal with high blood pressure effectively. Flax seeds either in solid form (550 mg) or oil (20-60 mL) can be consumed in a day.
Triphala is one of the best-known Ayurvedic ingredients. About 3 g of triphala powder, any time in the day, taken with warm water helps to reduce and control high blood pressure.
This Ayurvedic herb helps lower the blood pressure by protecting the arteries from any damage. It can be taken in the form of a powder, about half a gram twice in a day.
Arjuna, a well-known Ayurvedic herb, is known to lower high blood pressure effectively. It is available in the form of a powder as well as tablets. About 2-3 g of arjuna powder mixed with a glass of normal water and consumed helps lower blood pressure.
8. Wheat Grass Juice:
Take half a cup of wheat grass, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 8-10 basil leaves, grind it well with water and have it as a juice once in a day. This helps in reducing high blood pressure to a great extent.