Herbal Tea Can Help To Lower Blood Pressure
An herbal tea containing hibiscus can help lower your blood pressure, according to Tufts University in Boston. Study patients who drank hibiscus tea blends for six weeks lowered their systolic blood pressure—the top number—by an average of seven points. Overall, this can help you avoid the risk of stroke or heart attack. The good news is most commercial brands of herbal tea already contain this amazing ingredient.
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