9. Salt Water
As per the experiments, it is known that the sodium in the water will increase the blood pressure. It is very simple to treat the problem; you just need to mix up one teaspoon of salt in one glass of water and then consume it. This will increase your blood pressure. Prior carrying out these activities, you should be aware that excess salt consumption is not good for health, so please avoid heavy intake of the salt. Apart from this, you can go for the sports beverages.
How Does This Work?
It has been the norm since old times, that persons with high blood pressure will have less salt in their diet. However, salt, for persons with low blood pressure is a godsend. Salt makes the kidneys hold more water to increase the blood pressure. A pinch of salt increases the volume of sodium in the blood stream and the normal capacity of the kidneys to hold water is disturbed. The situation increases the blood pressure.
Salt Water Is Not Good, If:
- You have a cough. More salt can draw water from the throat and will dry the soft tissue. You can experience more cough.
8. Basil Leaves
The pointed, round leaves of basil plant resemble much like peppermint. They exhibit high fragrance and are widely used for garnishing various dishes. They are enriched with some active compounds called flavonoid, which assist in protecting the cells. Vicenin and Orientin are two well-known water-soluble flavonoids, which have been proven to benefit the white blood cells. They protect the chromosomes as well as cell structures from oxygen-based harm and radiation. Basil leaves have been successfully used for low blood pressure as it contains Vitamin C, potassium, magnesium as well as pantothenic acid. It is also known for balancing the mind. To bring your low blood pressure to normal with natural basil leaves, follow the steps given below:
- Step 1: Take ten to fifteen basil leaves and crush them to make an extract.
- Step 2: Add a teaspoon of honey and combine to make a mixture. Have the mixture every day on an empty stomach.
How Does This Work?
Potassium, one of the important components of basil herbs assists in controlling the heart rate and blood pressure. Also, basil leaves also contain many beneficial oils such as citronellol, citral, terpineol, limonene and linalool. The oils are said to have anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Basil Leaves Are Not Good, If:
- You are pregnant. Basil and its supplements should be avoided.
- You are taking basil in oil form. It can prove carcinogenic in some individuals. In its natural form, basil is considered a natural herb.