Regularly drinking some herbal teas may assist in maintenance of healthy blood pressure. Du’s tea has been shown to assist lowering high blood pressure continuously and help maintain it at a healthy level. It may also contribute to help relieve the high blood pressure caused by vertigo and insomnia.
Some other teas, such as Gu-Lan tea and Ni-Tea (calming herbal tea) have been shown to help relax the coronary blood vessels and arterial walls which may lead to lower blood pressure:
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Du's tea is highly recommended for assisting in the maintenance of healthy blood pressure. It may also assist with hypertension caused by vertigo and insomnia. Guide: 2 cups a day throughout the day, at least 20 minutes apart from medications. Available in teabags and capsules. Caffeine: 0%.
Gu-Lan tea is recommended for assistance in the maintenance of healthy cholesterol. It may also help maintaining healthy blood pressure when using along with Du's tea. Guide: 1 cup at night after meal before bed, if using Du's Tea during the day time. Available in teabags and capsules. Caffeine free.
Ni-Tea is a calming night drink helping promote quality sleep. It may also assist with body detoxification and help maintain healthy blood pressure throughout the night. It may be used in combination with Du's tea as part of high blood pressure diet plan. Guide: 1 cup at night. Available in teabags.
Wu-Long diet tea is a unique combination of ingredients working synergistically for efficient weight reduction as part of a healthy diet plan. Regular using Wu-Long tea has also been shown to assist in maintenance of healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Guide: 2 - 3 cups daily throughout the day. Available in teabags and capsules. Caffeine: 33% of a cup of standard green tea.
Okinawan tea is made from Okinawa green ginseng. It is delicious and very rich in powerful, health promoting nutrients, including catechins and the EGCG. Regular consumption of Okinawan tea has been shown to assist blood sugar regulation and maintenance of healthy blood pressure. Guide: 2 - 3 cups daily throughout the day. Available in teabags. Caffeine: 20% of a cup of standard green tea.