1. Mature Breadfruit leaves
3. Cayenne pepper
8. Golden seal
9. Ginkgo Biloba
10. Red Clover
11. Aloe vera
13. Passion Flower
14. Hawthorn Berry - Also known as the mayflower, hawthorn opens the coronary arteries and improves blood flow
15. Maitake - from the Chinese mushroom, maitake extract acts to decrease both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
16. Olive Leaf- from the olive tree native to the Mediterranean region, olive leaf extract helps in lowering blood pressure and combats arrhythmia, or irregular heartbeat
23. Guelder rose
24. Coleus forskohlii—Lowers blood pressure and improves heart function.
25. Rauwolfia (Rauwolfia serpentina) - this is considered the most powerful hypotensive botanical. Only a small dose is required to achieve results and to avoid side effects. Nasal congestion is the most common side effect.
26. Mistletoe - nontoxic in normal doses.
27. Dandelion (caution: if you are suffering from a blocked bile duct caused by gall stones, dandelion should not be used)
28. Globe or Garden Artichoke (again if you have blocked bile ducts it would be unwise to use it)
29. Chrysanthemum - the one with white petals and a yellow centre - it promotes the dilation of coronary arteries and increases blood flow.
30. Astragalus Centralpinus - use the root as a tonic to lower blood pressure
31. Limu Moui (fucoidan)
32. Suma tea
33. Wood Betony
34. Yarrow - The blossoms need to be used when they are still a rich purple.
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