How to use abere seed for hypertension, How to use abere for blood pressure….

Before I answer this question, please learn some important info about hypertension so that you will understand hypertension as a disease that requires treatment.


1.) More than 60% of the patients I see on a daily basis have HYPERTENSION. Most of them didn’t even know, they actually came for other reasons & it got diagnosed by accident
Some knew of it as part of routine medical examinations for employment or others.

2.) Hypertension, RARELY has noticeable symptoms. But if untreated, it increases your RISK of serious problems such as Heart attacks, Heart failure, Strokes, Vision loss, Sexual Dysfunction & Kidney failure.

3.) The only way to know is to check your blood pressure regularly. Black people like Africans & Afro-Americans have a higher risk of having high BP. *In Nigeria alone, there are more than 1.6 million cases a year.

4.) #Disclaimers : Having a High blood pressure on one reading isn’t a confirmation of Hypertension.

Your Health care provider will likely take 3 – 4 BP readings each at 3 or more separate appointments before diagnosing you with Hypertension.

This is because blood pressure normally varies throughout the day, and it may be elevated during visits to the Hospital (WHITE COAT HYPERTENSION because the HCP wears white coat).

#LABORATORY_TESTS are done for hypertension?
These include urinalysis, blood cell count, blood chemistry (potassium, sodium, total cholesterol and HDL cholesterol), and an Electrocardiogram.

5.) There are 2 MAIN types of Hypertension :

*PRIMARY HYPERTENSION : Has no known cause but may be linked to family genes, lack of exercise, bad diet, etc.

*SECONDARY HYPERTENSION : Due to known causes like kidney disease, thyroid problems, etc.

6.) Here are 5 important symptoms of high BP you shouldn’t forget;

HEADACHE, Nosebleeds, DIZZINESS, CHEST PAIN, Shortness of breath, poor sleep.

A good number of people with high BP have No SYMPTOMS, except they develop complications.
So don’t wait until you have these

7.) What things can INCREASE your RISK of having High BP?

Being above 65 years, Stress, Black people, Overweight or Obesed, Family History, Lack of Exercise, Smoking, Alcohol abuse, Eating too much salt and Kidney disease.


If you’re 20 – 30 years with no history of hypertension, check your BP at least once every 2 years.

If you’re 40 years & above or you’re 18-39 years with a high risk of hypertension, check your BP at least once every year.

9.) WHAT TO DO if you ALREADY have High BP

– Eat foods with less salt, more fruits & veggies
– Exercise often
– Take your BP drugs
– Reduce stress
– Have enough sleep
– Don’t smoke
– Limit alcohol
– Have a home BP monitor
– Check ur BP often

10.) What to do to reduce ur chances of having high BP

– Bring your weight within normal range
– Don’t smoke No smoking symbol
– Reduce alcohol
– Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables
– Stop Panicking or Over Thinking Thought balloon
– Exercise often.

How to use abere for hypertension ( high blood pressure)

The truth is, orthodox medications are still the most effective drugs for the management and control of hypertension globally. However, some plants (herbs) have been found to help lower blood pressure…. an example of such herb is Abere seed (Miracle seed) whose botanical name is Hunteria Umbellata…abere seed have been reported from various researches to help regulate blood pressure and treat hypertension.


For hypertension, chew 2 – 3 seeds of abere morning and night…You can also grind about 3-4 abere seeds and use it as tea every morning and evening. It helps reduce high blood pressure and also helps your libido and erection. Do not mix abere and alcohol (gin) for hypertension please.

How to use abere seed for hypertension
Abere seed is taken by persons with hypertension to lower their blood pressure

Caveat: Yes, abere lowers lowers blood pressure, it should never be a substitute to the scientifically approved anti-hypertensives OR visiting your cardiologist.

The article on hypertension was written by Chief Pharmacist.


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