How to beet high blood pressure

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Billy:
Dearest thanks, Xawaadon. Thank you, that is incredibly kind. – Even if you are in a hurry, I am glad that you were able to come here to answer my question, which refers to what natural means can be used to lower blood pressure if it is too high, because a group member suffers from high blood pressure.

Xawaadon:
6. Unfortunately, I could not answer your question myself, because I am unknowledgable in such matters and have not absolved a medical education, which is why I contacted Ptaah in accordance with your demand and passed on your question to him.
7. His answer was that on the Earth there would be the redbulb, which you call redbeet or something; a juice of it should be produced and one and a half to two normal glasses of it drunk every day, which would lower the blood pressure.
8. Further …


Billy:
Excuse me, by redbulb or redbeet I suppose you mean the beetroot that we call Rande over here and in the actual German language red beet?

Xawaadon:
9. These are actually also designations that Ptaah used.
10. However, he furthermore also explained that in order to lower the blood pressure, it would be very advisable to take a full bath two to three times a week, namely 45–60 minutes per session, whereby immersion up to the chin would be necessary and of best advantage.
11. For such a procedure, the water should be at about body temperature i.e. approximately 34 or 35 degrees.
12. However, this doing would require a lot of patience, but the result would be that the blood vessels in the body would expand and thereby the blood would flow better, whereby the blood pressure would also decrease, which could amount to up to 20 percent or slightly more.


Billy:
Thank you, Xanwaadon. I will be happy to pass on these answers, whereby I hope that a problem can indeed be solved with it, because the medicines that the group member receives from the doctor do not help, as was said.

Xawaadon:
13. In that case, I wish the group member every success.
14. With this I would like to already say goodbye again and tell you that I was extraordinarily happy that I was allowed to get to know you and that I will never forget you.


Billy:
Thank you, you too will remain in my memory, as will Aikarina. Please let her be greeted again by me.

CR 550


Billy:
No, it is about other things, first of all because I was told that chickpeas can also be used as a good antihypertensive. The question is this: Is it true, and if so, how much of it should be eaten daily? I was told about a normal cup full – cooked of course.

Ptaah:
5. That is correct.

Billy:
Can you say anything more about it in detail?

Ptaah:
6. I can do that and explain the following:
7. Eating chickpeas every day lowers blood pressure noticeably, that is correct.
8. But other legumes are also among the blood pressure-lowering substances, such as beans, peas and lentils in particular.
9. They contain a lot of protein and carbohydrates.
10. Because they also contain a high proportion of fibre, which delays the absorption of carbohydrates into the blood, they only allow blood sugar to rise slowly.
11. Legumes can be of particular interest to diabetics because a diet with them can help to lower long-term blood sugar and blood pressure.
12. Patients with high blood pressure can therefore benefit particularly from legumes.
13. The blood pressure-lowering effect can help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks.
14. In addition, the consumption of legumes reduces the amount of vascular-damaging inflammatory substances in the blood.
15. However, caution is required, as the consumption of too much legume can lead to hypoglycaemia as a result of delayed blood sugar rise.
16. Beans can above all lower blood pressure, so in general legumes are good against high blood pressure and high blood sugar.
17. Legumes such as beans, chickpeas and lentils have a low glycaemic index (GI).
18. Foods with a low GI are naturally the key to fighting diabetes and heart disease, so eating legumes can lead to a drop in blood pressure and blood sugar in diabetics.
19. Very good, along with chickpeas, beans and lentils, is beetroot juice, as I explained earlier, of which ½ litre should be drunk daily, which lowers blood pressure. Continuous use is very advisable, as drinking ½ litre of beetroot juice lowers systolic blood pressure by about 5 millimetres of mercury, or mmHg for short, for 24 hours.
20. The effect is based on the fact that beetroot contains nitrates, which are reduced to nitrite by saliva, which dilates the vessels and thus lowers blood pressure.
21. Side effects are not to be expected, which is why drinking beetroot juice is recommended for the human beings suffering from high pressure.
22. Beetroot juice alone may not be sufficient to permanently lower blood pressure in people with high pressure, as is the case with dark chocolate or drinking hibiscus tea, which also slightly lowers blood pressure, but this juice is highly recommended.
23. As a non-drug and long-term successful measure to lower blood pressure, weight loss is normally also a proven method of reducing excess weight, as is a lot of exercise as well as little alcohol and a salt-restricted diet.
24. Particular attention must be paid to restricting the intake of salt, as salt increases blood pressure.
25. Salt can be saved if finished products, cured products and fish marinades are avoided and cheese, ham and sausages are only eaten sparingly.
26. When cooking, if possible no or only little salt should be used, but spices free of salt should be used, but then also no further salting should be done.
27. In the case of high blood pressure, a reduction in the intake of salt can lead to a drop in systolic blood pressure.

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