Monday, October 6, 2014



1.Reduce consumption of salt in your food. If you already suffer from high blood pressure you should avoid foods that contain salt

2.Consumption of foods containing potassium, magnesium and calcium. Potassium, magnesium and calcium can reduce high blood pressure.

3.Reduce drinking alcoholic beverages or food. If you suffer from high blood pressure, you should avoid excessive alcohol consumption. For men who suffer from hypertension, the amount of alcohol is permitted a maximum of 30 ml of alcohol per day while women 15 ml per day.

4.Regular exercise can lower high blood pressure. If you suffer from high blood pressure, choose light exercise such as walking, cycling, running relaxed, and swimming. Do it for 30 to 45 minutes a day 3 times a week.

5.Eat vegetables and fruits that are high in fiber such as green vegetables, bananas, tomatoes, carrots, cantaloupe, and oranges.

6.Run anti-stress therapy to reduce stress and you are able to control your emotions.

7.Quitting smoking also contributes greatly to reduce hypertension.


1. Basil, an excellent foliage is used as a topping or flavoring a variety of foods. It turns out that basil can also help lower your hypertension pressure. Basil extract has been shown to
lower blood pressure, although the effect is only briefly. Adding fresh basil into your diet is very easy to do.

2.Cinnamon, one of the Indonesian spices that may help lower blood pressure. Consuming cinnamon each day has been shown to lower blood pressure in people with diabetes. Include more wood in your diet by sprinkling on cereal, oatmeal, and even in coffee. At dinner, cinnamon can be incorporated into the fried dishes, curries and drinks.

3. Cardamom, a spice that comes from India and is often used in South Asian specialties. A study investigating the health effects of cardamom found that the test participants were given the cardamom powder every day for several months decreased significant in their blood pressure. You can include cardamom seeds or powder into soups and stews, and can add flavor to grilled foods in, in addition to adding flavor food, is also shown to help maintain blood pressure.

4. Garlic , it can add flavor in cooking, but also can damage your breath. Garlic has the ability to lower blood pressure by increasing blood vessel elasticity. Blood flow and thus indirectly reducing blood pressure. You can add some fresh garlic to your favorite recipe. If the flavor of garlic is too strong for you, can be baked in advance. Or you can take a supplement that is made from garlic extract to help keep your blood pressure.

5. Hawthorn is an herbal remedy for hypertension pressure that has been used in the method of traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. Decoctions of hawthorn seems to have all the benefits for heart health, including a decrease in blood pressure, prevention of blood clot formation, and increase blood circulation. You can take hawthorn as pills, liquid extract, or tea. Hawtorn is also one of the compositions in the snack Haw Flakes "Python" (a kind of candy pieces shaped like coins but are thinner, red heart, with a sweet and sour taste) are also circulating in Indonesia.

6. Leaf Celery is one of the plants that are commonly used to flavor enhancer in soups, stews, casseroles, and other savory dishes. But who would have thought it seeds / translucent celery has long been used to treat hypertension pressure in China, with some studies showing its effectiveness possibility to treat hypertension pressure. You can use celery seeds to lower blood pressure. Celery seeds are diuretic herbs, which can help lower blood pressure.

7. Flowers Lavender, usually used for perfume. Lavender oil has long been used as a perfume and also to encourage relaxation. But this is not the only benefit of lavender flowers. Lavender was also able to lower your blood pressure. Although not many people are thinking of using lavender as herbal potions.

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