Can Herbs and Supplements Treat Hypertension?

Sep 8, 2011 Full story: LiveScience

The aisles of a pharmacy are full of supplements and herbs claiming to lower blood pressure, but which ones really work? A pair of cardiologists combed the scientific literature for studies on effective ways to treat blood pressure and concluded, in a new paper, that there are good data that some of the nondrug remedies work, but there is scant ... (more)

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Tuci

Tirana, Albania

#1 Sep 10, 2011
Yes it is true that herbs can treat hypertension but NOT for a long Time.
I started to use herbs that indicate to kidney.
within one hour my blood pressure from 160-110
droped to 100-60 following with vertige. So, I put my leg above and after one hour my blood pressure was 120-80 and two or three hours later was 140-100
Now I still using irbesartan 12,5mg hydrochlortiazide;

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