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High Blood Pressure - the Remedy Orthosiphon

For those who want to end permanent high blood pressure should consider Orthosiphon.

The herb impresses with its natural healing power and it works without any major side effects.

But what exactly is Orthosiphon and where does this plant come from?

Orthosiphon, also known as "cat's whiskers", is originally from tropical Asia and Australia.

There, this remedy is grown and harvested in plantations. The plant can be up to 80 cm tall.

It is hairy and the leaves are generally between two and seven centimeters.

In order to take the healing extracts of the plant, the leaves must be dried after harvest and then processed.



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Orthosiphon - lower Blood Pressure naturally

Orthosiphon as a remedy for high blood pressure
Orthosiphon and Hypertension

Orthosiphon is sometimes known as Indian or Javanese Kidney.

The ingredients of the medicinal herb include sinensetin and eupatorin as well as a complex composition of essential oil.

In addition there are about three percent of potassium salts, and caffeic acid derivatives.

One of the most well-known manufacturers and distributors of this medicinal herb is "FIDES".

The company uses the plant extract as a tea and it costs between five and eight euros per 75 grams.

The dose is usually found in a combination of birch leaves and goldenrod.

Furthermore, Orthosiphon can be found in capsule, pill or tablet form.

An average daily dose is, unless otherwise prescribed, from six to twelve grams.

This dosage should be taken naturally and distributed through smaller doses throughout the day.




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The preparation of Orthosiphon against hypertension

To prepare a tea from Orthosiphon, you will need two to three grams of finely cut and dried leaves (a teaspoon is about one gram).

These leaves should be doused in boiling water and left to brew  for five to twenty minutes.

Then the whole thing should then be strained.

To achieve an optimal therapeutic effect with respect to the reduction of high blood pressure, you should drink several cups of this hot drink every day.

However, this tea should never be drunk when suffering from edema (water retention in the tissues), especially if this edema is due to a reduced cardiac and renal function


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Caution in pregnancy with Orthosiphon

During pregnancy and lactation, the herb should only be taken after consultation with a physician.

When taking Orthosiphon, you need to ensure that you are drinking adequate amounts of water

You should drink at least two litres of fluid a day.

Furthermore, you should avoid caffeine and alcohol also.


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