More than 60 million Americans have high blood pressure, and It is generally regarded as the most significant risk factor for stroke, however all the current classes of blood pressure lowering drugs possess significant side effects.
B.P. is a blend of herbs that have been historically known to assist in controlling blood pressure without all the side effects. It is best to take B.P. before you require medication, however; if you are on prescription blood pressure medication and would like to stop taking prescription taking it, it is important to discuss this with your doctor. Stopping your prescribed medicines suddenly can have dangerous effects on your health.
Add B.P. Tincture and B.P. Roll-on to your health routine.
Hawthorn berry and leaf - While it takes a bit of time to fully take effect, the effects are permanent and curative. It reduces blood pressure, tones and strengthens the pulse, the heart, and the vascular system, and is a diuretic.
Linden leaf and flower - this does everything the hawthorn does and is also a relaxant, and an antispasmodic. It’s the leaves and flowers that are used in herbal medicine.
Yarrow - The yarrow flowers and leaves reduce blood pressure, act as a diuretic and vascular tonic, strengthen the lungs, support the liver, reduce spasms, and increase blood flow.
Motherwort - Motherwort is an excellent herb for soothing the nervous system and heart -- helping to regulate palpitations and high blood pressure while easing stress. It has many other benefits too. Symptoms of PMS, menopause, multiple sclerosis and chronic fatigue are reduced as well. Known as a longevity herb in China, motherwort has a broad range of useful applications. Motherwort also quiets and balances the nervous system...easing spasms and lifting the mood
Hibiscus - Several studies have found that hibiscus tea may lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. In one study, 65 people with high blood pressure were given hibiscu or a placebo. After six weeks, those who drank hibiscus tea had a significant decrease in systolic blood pressure, compared to the placebo group. Similarly, a 2015 review of five studies found that hibiscus tea decreased both systolic and diastolic blood pressure by an average of 7.58 mmHg and 3.53 mmHg.
Cinnamon Bark - The very reasonable and easily available spice can help in reducing systolic blood pressure. According to a paper published US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, eating cinnamon helped in reducing systolic blood pressure by 5.39 mm.
We use only the highest quality herbs that are certified organic, holistically wild crafted, and never irradiated or sprayed with pesticides. Our cold extraction process, as opposed to a heat extraction process, helps maintain the full spectrum of the plant's constituents in the final product. Our herbs are tinctured in organic alcohol and fresh mountain water (free from harsh chemicals and fluoride treatments). This combination acts as a medicinal strength and holistically balanced carrier, bringing the needed remedy straight to the blood stream to work fast and effectively. Tinctures are absorbed in the mouth and stomach and bypass the slower intestinal system which may or may not absorb the needed constituents of capsules. We hand make these wonderful herbal preparations in small batches. Tinctures are poured off into dark glass bottles creating a great product with an optimally long shelf life.
- Organic: hawthorn berry, linden, yarrow, motherwort, hibiscus, cinnamon bark; steeped in grain alcohol
- 2-3 squeezes directly in mouth (in water if needed for taste) 3-4 times a day, or as prescribed by your healthcare provider.