Low Blood Pressure

by Patricia
(Windhoek )

Can olive leaf extract help with low blood pressure. I have low blood pressure.

It is not known to increase low blood pressure, and but is well known to reduce high blood pressure.
I would not recommend it, especially if your case is severe.
I have had one report from someone who took it in the short term and it helped with low blood pressure but a number of reports that did the opposite.
If you want to try it, take very small doses or weak olive leaf tea, but if your condition is at all serious or you are on other medication, check with your doctor first before trying it.

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Helping blood pressure
by: Anonymous

I would disagree with that answer because OLE works differently to anything else. It is a tonic that works to help the body restore itself. It's not a drug that clashes with other drugs. The only thing it can do is restore the body & thus make the drug unnecessary.
Cayenne pepper works on stabilising high or low blood pressure (& also heals stomach & duodenal ulcers) thus cancelling out the need for blood pressure medication. In this case the medication is the danger not the cayenne pepper.

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