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How to use avocado leaves for high blood pressure

How to use avocado leaves for high blood pressure…

Avocado leaves just so happen to be high in quercetin. These incredible leaves are full of minerals like immune-boosting zinc, bone-strengthening calcium, and magnesium and potassium.

This helps promote a healthy heart by enhancing blood circulation, lowering blood pressure, and reducing hypertension.

Health benefits of avocado leaf tea
Naturally high in protein, fibre, minerals, and antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory properties, avocado leaves are your one-stop-shop for whole-body health.

Avocado leaf tea and high blood pressure (hypertension)

The dietary fibre in avocado leaves help aid digestion and support your gut and metabolic health. And the flavonoids and high levels of quercetin work to flush out toxins and harmful free radicals, which may help reduce inflammation in the body that can lead to cancer and heart disease.

And if that wasn’t enough, avocado leaves can also boost your mood thanks to the presence of serotonin, which supports brain function and helps alleviate stress and anxiety.

Since avocado leaf tea reduces anxiety, it directly helps to reduce high blood pressure. Serotonin induces sleep and relaxes your blood vessels to pump blood more calmly and not in a turbulent manner.

How to use avocado leaves for high blood pressure

Soak avocado leaves in warm or hot water for say 15 minutes and drink a cup morning and evening for as long as you desire. You will see changes in your blood pressure for good.

You can also combine your avocado leaf tea with your routine anti-hypertensive medications.

Ensure you also check to your blood pressure regularly, do routine ECG and Echo at least yearly and see your doctor for every heart check appointment.

This will help you prevent uncontrolled hypertension and its complications like kidney failure, stroke, reduced vision, cardiac failure, heart attack etc.

Let’s hear it for the avocado leaf!

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