Rosemary herb is improves the circulation of blood, which in turn is highly effective in maintaining the blood pressure. You can have 10 ml of this rosemary oil in your regular foods. The best way is however through aromatherapy, as it helps in stimulating the necessary organs in the body. Besides used in the treatment of hypotension, rosemary has many other health benefits as well. It treats flatulence, heartburn, appetite loss, gallbladder problems, liver issues, toothache, etc.
How Does This Work?
The herb contains rich sources of pyridoxine, folic acid and riboflavin; by the way, it also contains abundant folates necessary for making the body sustain the same blood pressure. The plant also contains minerals such as calcium, manganese, magnesium, iron and copper. It also contains iron.
Rosemary Is Not Good, If:
- You have bleeding disorders. It increases the risk of bruising and bleeding.
- You have seizure disorders. It can worsen it.
- You are allergic to aspirin. Rosemary also has a similar chemical compound as that of aspirin (salicylate).
- You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
2. Have Multiple Small Meals Throughout The Day
Instead of having large meals, minus the snacks per day to perk you up, it is better that you take a minor amount of necessary nutrient containing foods. More blood will be released for digestion, and you can abstain from dizziness and low blood pressure. Bigger meals concentrate more on the blood of the digestive tracts. Usually, people complain about low-pressure problems, particularly after the 1st hour of their meals. So, rather having three huge meals, prefer having multiple small portions of healthy food throughout the day.