High Blood Pressure

Cider Vinegar as an Herbal Cure for High Blood Pressure

The changes in our lifestyles have resulted in an increasing number of people becoming prone to health problems such as high blood pressure. High blood pressure or hypertension is a silent disease that does not have readily discernible symptoms. As a result, it is difficult to diagnose. Prolonged hypertension may result in problems such as those related to cardiovascular health, stroke or kidney damage.

High blood pressure is a health disorder, which can be controlled through medication. It can be permanently cured only by changing one’s lifestyle and diet.

There are many natural herbs and preparations that help in lowering high blood pressure.  Natural herbs and ingredients are being increasingly accepted by people as an option for treating hypertension as the side effects are either negligible or do not exist.

Apple cider vinegar or simply cider vinegar is one such herbal preparation that is used commonly as a home remedy. It has been used for general well being of the body for ages. It has curative effect in case of allergies, arthritis, flu and gout. It is also effective in treating the silent killer that we know as hypertension.

When it comes to treating high blood pressure with home based remedies, cider vinegar is very effective. It works by regulating the blood pressure. Pure apple cider vinegar decreases  high blood pressure and promises a contented and healthy life for the sufferer. One has to develop a taste for apple cider vinegar, as it is quite alkaline in nature.

Many trace elements and minerals, for instance, potassium (K), calcium (Ca), chlorine (Cl), copper (Cu), fluorine (F), iron (Fe), magnesium (Mg), phosphorous (P), sodium (Na), silicon (Si), and sulphur (S), are found in apple cider vinegar. It is the  potassium (K) content in cider vinegar that specifically helps to normalize high blood pressure. 

If you suffer from hypertension, you can reduce your blood pressure by using apple cider vinegar with raw honey and water, at least 3 to 4 times a day.