Is Garlic Good for High Blood Pressure?

Q:
Is garlic good for high blood pressure?

A:
The connection between garlic and blood pressure has a long history and has been confirmed in many studies. Raw garlic and garlic supplements have been shown to have general effects on controlling high blood pressure and reducing it as well as regulating it.

In fact, garlic has been used as a treatment for high blood pressure in China and Japan for centuries. Even garlic is used in some European countries.

According to some Chinese doctors, garlic is the best herb to treat high blood pressure.

Unlike chemical drugs, garlic has the advantage of not only reducing high blood pressure but also raising low blood pressure.

In other words, it is more like a blood pressure regulator or equalizer to restore it to a healthy level.

Therefore, patients with high blood pressure need not worry about low blood pressure after eating too much garlic.

* The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.