Teas for High Blood Pressure

Teas for High Blood Pressure

Many adults around the world deal with hypertension, also called high blood pressure. Although it causes no symptoms, high blood pressure boosts the risks of leading killers such as heart attack and stroke, as well as aneurysms, cognitive decline, and kidney failure.

Twenty-eight percent of population in the United States have high blood pressure and don't know it, according to the Heart Association. While medication can lower blood pressure, it may cause side effects such as leg cramps, dizziness, and insomnia. Fortunately, most people can bring down their blood pressure naturally without medication, including lifestyle changes such as relax music, power walks and breath deeply etc.

People having high blood pressure should avoid caffeine. Instead, regularly drinking some herbal teas, as part of lifestyle changes, may actually assist in maintenance of healthy blood pressure:

Du's Tea

Blood Pressure | Cholesterol

Du's tea may help relax and expand the coronary blood vessels and arterial walls, and improve the metabolism of the heart. It may also assist with hypertension caused by vertigo and insomnia. It has been on the daily diet list for people living with high blood pressure since 2009. Guide: 2 cups a day throughout the day, at least 20 minutes apart from medications. Available in teabags and capsules. Caffeine free. 





Sleep | Night Detox | Blood Pressure

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.





Heart | Cardiovascular | Calming

Comfortea is a heart formula for assisting in heart and circulatory health. It helps relieve symptoms such as short of breath and chest tightness, calm the mind and promote restful sleep at night. Comfortea is also an relaxing tea that help relax and expand the coronary blood vessels and arterial walls, which may lead to lower blood pressure. Guide: 1 cup a day throughout the day or before bed, at least 20 minutes apart from medications. Caffeine free.  




Gu-Lan Tea

 Cholesterol | Blood Pressure

Gu-Lan tea is an after-meal fat blocking tea promoting healthy cholesterol and general well-being. It may also help supporting 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. Caffeine free.  




*Harmoni-T herbal teas and supplements are 100% herbal based. They are not prescription medicines. (disclaimer)