Turmeric lowered high blood pressure

Turmeric lowered high blood pressure

There are 41 comments on the Palm Beach Post story from Dec 23, 2008, titled Turmeric lowered high blood pressure. In it, Palm Beach Post reports that:

Question: I accidentally learned that turmeric could help reduce my high blood pressure.

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ganga

Silver Spring, MD

#1 Feb 14, 2009
yes it does ,my friend tried a pinch of turmeric along with tea in empty stomach.her blood pressure level reduced drastically...turmeric is a wonderful drug for blood pressure
karl

Thunder Bay, Canada

#2 Feb 21, 2009
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graham olsen

Vista, CA

#3 Oct 14, 2009
I take turmeric, cayenne powder, CoQ-10, Hawthorn to lower my high blood pressure. I hope it works for you.
Bocure

Alexandria, VA

#4 Nov 17, 2009
I have a high blood pressure and am on medication, vasotec, would taking Turmeric have any side effect with the medication i am taking? In the meantime, i am also on medication for Thyroid and chaelstrol. Thanks
Tony

South Jordan, UT

#5 Dec 11, 2009
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boucre

Alexandria, VA

#7 Dec 14, 2009
thanks, i foundout that fenugreek is also good to lower blood pressure.
Sue K

London, UK

#8 Jun 6, 2010
Seems hard to believe doesn't it. It's just too spicy a taste for me - but I do accept that it probably works well for some people.

I tried a capsule supplement called Alistrol

http://www.bloodpressurehigh.com/alistrol-lin... and it worked well for me

Sue
Stephen

East Orange, NJ

#9 Aug 18, 2010
I began to add turmeric to my daily tea and was astounded to discover that my blood pressure had dropped to normal on my next doctor's visit. My bp was always high even with meds.
Ray

Telford, UK

#10 Oct 21, 2010
Beetroot Juice is very good for high blood pressure.see link: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-129...
Tom

Douglas, GA

#11 Dec 3, 2010
All commenter please state more detail about how much and how long to use the tonic to lower blood pressure in real range. Please no advitiser join in. Becaus many people may depend on these comment to work
Pamela Ray

Asheville, NC

#13 Feb 23, 2011
who="ganga"]yes it does ,my friend tried a pinch of turmeric along with tea in empty stomach.her blood pressure level reduced drastically...turmeric is a wonderful drug for blood pressure
I have tried everything for h.b.put my sodium, eat healthy, take garlic an hawthorne.I have tried very hard to avoid drugs.Do you just use the powder or do you buy capsules.My doctor told me today my b.p. was 144over 94 and he said I should be om b.p. meds.
Thanks
Pamela Ray

Asheville, NC

#14 Feb 23, 2011
Stephen wrote:
I began to add turmeric to my daily tea and was astounded to discover that my blood pressure had dropped to normal on my next doctor's visit. My bp was always high even with meds.
How much did you take.Was it the powder?I have been on meds,natural supplements such as Hawthorne and v.c.o. and garlic an it is still high.
elizabeth

Brooklyn, NY

#15 Mar 13, 2011
I have not tried tumeric yet i will try it today.I will let known how it helped me if it does or not.
Deanna

Newton, KS

#16 Mar 15, 2011
Pamela Ray wrote:
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How much did you take.Was it the powder?I have been on meds,natural supplements such as Hawthorne and v.c.o. and garlic an it is still high.


I was just going to say have you looked up diatomaceous earth food grade. There are alot of testimonials there for blood pressure.
h)$( lp

Owensboro, KY

#17 Mar 15, 2011
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Kuldip Singh

Richmond, CA

#19 Aug 5, 2011
Someone advised me to drink tea made from lemon grass. Hit with light hammer the bottom of lemon grass stick. Divide the stick into small parts. Boil it for half an hour in water. You may add honey. And drink it as tea.
Now, I started trying it. But, I am in wait of results.
Tumeric

Wyandotte, OK

#21 Dec 31, 2011
Yes. But turmeric will also increase gallbladder stones within side your gallbladder. If you combine a high cholesterol diet which cause's hypertension, meaning it's isolated to persons who eat meat products, milk products, egg products, and other animal products of any kind, it produces unnatural bad cholesterol. The human body produces its own natural cholesterol which is healthy for you because it naturally clogs holes in your arteries keeping your body from bleeding to death. And water proofs your cells. Some believe inherited qualities have a lot to do with hypertension because type blood O are historically hunters, blood A leaning toward vegetarianism because this is how type A blood came into existence is from vegetable eating during certain periods of history, but O's have a higher rate of stroke, cardiovascular disease and cancer especially within the colon, and plaque littered throughout the other parts of the body that clogs arteries in the brain and heart, that cause sudden death, so they made artificial drugs to try an alleviate an unnatural problem within a normal human which shouldn't naturally exist. Cholesterol will clog your gallbladder rather quickly for the reason that the make up of gallstones is cholesterol. They call gallstones cholesterol stones, and it will also damage your liver if your gallbladder is clogged because the bile backs up into the gallbladder and liver, causing nausea, diarrhea, and other serious health problem. Left untreated it will either rupture or turn to cancer, and surgical removal of the whole gallbladder can sometimes lead to death. Turmeric increases the production of gallstones.
The only way to live healthy without the worry of high cholesterol, hypertension, sudden death or cancer is to develop a meat and dairy free diet which is rather easy.
vegetarian/vegan is a smart and heart felt choice.
You'll never have to see a doctor.
Jennifer

Melbourne, Australia

#22 Feb 20, 2012
Bocure wrote:
I have a high blood pressure and am on medication, vasotec, would taking Turmeric have any side effect with the medication i am taking? In the meantime, i am also on medication for Thyroid and chaelstrol. Thanks
I also have exactly the same problems you have....so how did you go with turmeric?
Jennifer

Melbourne, Australia

#23 Feb 20, 2012
I also have exactly the same problems as yourself it seems.I would like to know your reaction to taking Turmeric.
Karen M

Manchester, UK

#24 Feb 29, 2012
Stephen Really, is that true and has it continued to help? Thanks

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