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Hypertension and Shepherd's purse

When it comes to high blood pressure (also known as hypertension), there are a variety of medications to treat this condition.

Which drug is most suitable for the treatment, depends on the severity of the high blood pressure.

When a high blood pressure comes from stress, it can be a very effective treatment. One such way to treat a stress-related high blood pressure, would be to take shepherd’s purse.

Shepherd’s purse can have a balancing effect on the blood pressure, because it can be used both for an increased but also for low blood pressure



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Lower High Blood Pressure with Shepherd's purse

Shepherd's purse helps lower high blood pressure
Shepherd's purse and Hypertension

The shepherd's purse has a regulating effect on the blood pressure.

The balancing effect of shepherd's purse for hypertension is mainly due to the various active ingredients such as glucosinolates, phenolic acids and the active flavonoids.

Furthermore, the Shepherd’s purse includes a large amount of potassium and calcium.




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Caution in pregnancy with Shepherd's purse

Pregnant women should be especially careful and shouldn’t take shepherd’s purse when they have hypertension or low blood pressure.

Because the shepherd’s purse can bring about contractions and increases the risk of a premature birth.

You should not take shepherd’s purse without first consulting with a doctor.

As the name Shepherd’s purse suggests, it is a special tea.

The shepherd's purse is not prescribed and is therefore freely available commercially and you can find it in most pharmacies.

It is always recommended to consult with a doctor before you start taking shepherd’s purse for high or low blood pressure.




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Shepherd's purse as a tea for high blood pressure

Origin of the shepherd's purse

Shepherd's purse is a medicinal plant belonging to the cruciferous family (Brassicaceae)

From the looks of shepherd’s purse, it appears to be more of a weed. Shepherd's purse grows both in the garden, on roadsides, on embankments and it’s also possible to find pastures.

The plant grows up to 40cm high and has small white flowers and it is originally from Europe, and can be universally found all over the continent.

The best time for shepherd's purse is between the months of June to August.

The shepherd's purse isn’t only used for the treatment of hypertension, but also in other health ailments.

Shepherd's purse is also suitable for complaints such as indigestion, stomach pain or earaches.

Moreover, it’s good for wound healing from eczema, and it can be used in a wound dressing.

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Home Remedies and Remedy with High Blood Pressure

Alfalfa
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Arnica
Artichokes
Base Powder
Beetroot
Birch Leaves
Blood Oranges
Calamus Root
Canadian Bloodroot
Cannabis
Canadian Tumeric
Centaury
Chlorella
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Date
Dill
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Garlic
Ginger
Goldenrod
Grapefruit
Green Nettle
Green Tea
Hawthorn
Herbal White Wine
Honey
Horstail
Kale
Lavender
Lecitin
Lemon
Lemon Balm
Magnesium
Mallow
Marjoram
Maroni
Mistletoe
Mistletoe Tea
Moringa
Nutmeg
Omega3
Omega3 Fats
Omega3 Fatty Acids
Onions
Orthosiphon
Orthosiphon Aristatus
Paprika and Peppers
Q10
Rauwolfia
Red Cabbage
Red Grape Juice
Red Sage
Rosemary
Shepherds Purse
Sour Cherry
Spirulina
St. Johns Wort
Thorny Rest Harrow
Thyme
Valarian
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Yarrow
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