How To Rapidly Lower Blood Pressure


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1. Lowering blood pressure with sunflower seeds

Ingredients needed:

-- 1,5 liters of cold water

-- 2 cups of unpeeled sunflower seeds

Method of preparation:

Put well washed unpeeled sunflower seeds in enameled bowl. Pour the cold water in it and place the bowl on fire. When the water starts boiling, reduce the heat and continue to cook for another two hours.

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After that, strain the liquid. Once the liquid cools, drink a cup of it during the day. The rest of the liquid can be stored in the refrigerator in a tightly closed glass jar or bottle.

This means acts quickly. Blood pressure will immediately returns to normal, and the effect is sufficiently stable. This remedy is recommended to all who suffer from hypertension.

2. Coatings for lowering blood pressure

In order to rapidly decline the blood pressure, you need to use coatings made of 6% vinegar. Soak a cotton cloth in the vinegar and put it on the floor. Stand on the wet fabric with both legs. While standing on it, gently massage your temples and nape with cotton soaked in vinegar.

Check your blood pressure after 10-15 minutes. You should not let the coating on the feet act for more than 15 minutes. Otherwise your blood pressure may decline too much.

3. Regulating blood pressure with onions

Put a midsize onion head in a jar and pour a glass of cold water over it. Let the onion stand like this overnight.

Once the onion has stood in the jar through the whole night the remedy is ready. You need to drink the liquid from the jar the next morning on an empty stomach. Do not throw away the onion because you can use it during the day, while preparing a meal.

Repeat the whole procedure in the evening.

It is recommendable to practice this method on a daily basis for a longer period of time.

This treatment’s results are visible right away. The best thing is that your blood pressure will normalize overtime.

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