'World Hypertension Day' offers a perfect chance to share powerfully effective holistic remedies to stabilize high blood pressure. Eating garlic and onions might not make you the most popular person in the room, but these two foods are considered 'magic bullets' where hypertension is concerned. They contain allicin, prostaglandin, A1 and selenium, all known compounds that help lower blood pressure. As well, there's a saying in the holistic community that 'a kiwi a day keeps high blood pressure (and the doctor) away.' This fruit is rich in potassium and is also an all-natural diuretic. So the next time you're tempted to just swallow some pills, try some remedies from Nature's pharmacy and track your rewarding results.
By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com
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