Herbs that Lowers High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure can lead to numerous health problems ranging from: hearth attack, stroke, kidney problems, blindness and many others. There are many prescribe drugs to control high blood pressure but blood pressure can also be controlled by adding simple dietary changes.

Certain herbs and spices can help to reduce high blood pressure and certain foods can increase blood pressure. Avoiding these foods and consume the natural benefic herbs will ensure good heart rate and healthy blood pressure.


Foods that increase high blood pressure (avoid):

  • Salt
  • Coffee
  • Sugar
  • Alcohol

Herbs that naturally helps to lower and reduce high blood pressure:


Adding basil leaves into your soups, salads, pastas, meat, fish and casseroles will not only make it tasty but help to lower blood pressure.


This Indian seasoning spice comes in powder form, it really spices up making it delicious at the same time lowering high blood pressure.


Garlic can be easily added to any food this is the best natural herb that really helps lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure. Generally speaking adding little garlic will lower blood pressure from 30mmHg to 30mmHg.


This is an ancient Chinese herb used in many herbal medicines and just like cardamom it has many health benefits including: good blood circulation, blood clot prevention and lower blood pressure.

Celery seed

Celery is considered to be negative calorie food since digesting celery requires more energy that celery provides and it can help to lower blood pressure, ideally drinking celery juice every morning will give better results instead of using it as a herb.

French Lavender

Lavender has been used in perfumes and frequencies but studies show that lavender herb can also lower blood pressure.

Cat’s claw

This herb is more popular regarding neurological health problems but it can also health hearth rate as it acts on calcium channels in the body cells. Many take this as supplement pills but you can also digest it as leafy leaves.