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Herbs Can Help Lower Blood Pressure

13 days ago   |   By Mercola

Heart disease has ranked No. 1 in the top 10 leading causes of death in the U.S. for years. In 2020, 1 690,882 people died from heart disease. This is compared to 633,842 who died in 2015, which represents a 9% jump in six short years. One of the key risk factors for heart disease is high blood pressure. 2 New data show a diet rich in herbs and spices may help reduce high blood pressure. 3
Blood pressure measurements are expressed as two numbers. 4 The top number is called the systolic number and the bottom is called the diastolic number. These numbers represent the pressure measured in...
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