Can Aloe Vera Gel Help Reduce High Blood Pressure?

by Paquito C. Podiotan Jr.
(Leyte, Philippines)

"Hi! Good day! My blood pressure sometimes elevates to 140/90 mm-Hg. My doctor told me that I am in stage I of the Hypertensive stage.

My doctor told me to maintain a medicine so that my blood pressure will be normal because it will have an effect on my heart if my blood pressure is above normal.

I take some medicine to maintain my blood pressure but I feel some discomfort in my throat which the doctor told me that it is a normal effect of my medicine.

Is Aloe Vera Gel good for the treatment of hypertensive people? Does aloe gel have some effect?

Thank you."

Hi Paquito, in a way, yes.
Against hypertension, aloe vera gel works in synergy with Forever Arctic Sea fish oil capsules.

Aloe vera contains vitamin B12. It helps you maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.

Vitamin B12 also helps break down homocysteine into harmless amino acid.

High levels of homocysteine in your blood can damage the lining of your arteries.
It also makes your blood clot easily and consequently, it also increases the risk of a blood vessel blockage.

Watch this video on how to lower blood pressure naturally, by Dr. Stephen Sinatra.

Today, it is quite hard to maintain a clean digestive system when you are always exposed to food tainted with pesticides and other harmful chemicals.

Other toxic substances find their way into your system in the form of preservatives.

They gradually accumulate around the inside walls of your small intestines and clog up the villi.

Villi are hair-like particles that line up around the inside walls of your small intestines.
They absorb the nutrients into your bloodstream.

Aloe vera gel sweeps away these toxins and make the villi function properly in absorbing the nutrients into the bloodstream.

This also makes Arctic Sea efficiently absorbed into the bloodstream. There, it dissolves the arterial plaque that accumulate in your arteries.

By the way, here's what the director of the Philippine Heart Center, Dr. Ludgerio Torres, recommends against bad cholesterol.

Hope this helps.

Edwin K.

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