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Lower Your Blood Pressure

3 Juices that Can Help You!

About 75 million American adults (29%) have high blood pressure, which is 1 in every 3 American adults. Anyone, including children, can develop high blood pressure. It greatly increases the risk for heart disease and stroke, Simply taking medication is not the long-term answer. There are side effects such as a dry cough, dizziness, or an upset stomach. The answer is getting to the root of the problem, which is often stress and anxiety. Using natural remedies with no side effects can be very helpful along with stress reduction.


As an “adaptogenic” herb, ashwagandha works in a variety of non-specific ways. Specifically, ashwagandha helps to reduce the impact of stress and anxiety. Stress and anxiety raise your blood pressure in short order. Ashwagandha helps! Studies show that people who take ashwagandha have decreased both blood pressure and pulse rate. One study published in the Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine shows that it greatly reduces stress, anxiety, and “serum cortisol levels.” Another study found that taking ashwagandha improved people’s anxiety, well-being, and overall health improved over 90 days.1 When you calm your mind, your body will follow! Ashwagandha juice powder is in our Garden’s Best Superfoods Juice Powder.

Beet juice

A cup of beet juice a day may help reduce your blood pressure, according to a small study in the American Heart Association journal Hypertension. People with high blood pressure who drank about 8.5 ounces of beet juice experienced a decrease in blood pressure of about 10 mm Hg in three hours.2 Beets contain high levels of dietary nitrate (NO3), which the body converts into biologically active nitrite (NO2) and nitric oxide (NO). In the human body, NO relaxes and dilates blood vessels. Other leafy vegetables such as lettuce, watercress, and cabbage also have high levels of the compound, which they take up from the soil through their roots.3 Keep in mind these are good nitrites.


Watercress, like beet juice, has been shown in studies to lower blood pressure. It contains similar high levels of the same nutrients found in beets. With the watercress study, participants lowered their diastolic blood pressure by an average of 3.7 mm Hg in just three days. Rats that ate watercress had lower blood pressure levels than the rats using medication to treat high blood pressure. Watercress juice is in our Garden’s Best Superfoods Juice Powder. Watercress has also been shown to facilitate weight loss.

Black Seed Oil

A study recently published in Food Science & Nutrition Research1 found that supplementation with black seed oil lowered blood pressure in healthy subjects. In the study, 20 subjects with normal blood pressure were all treated with a daily dose of black seed oil for six weeks. Subjects had their blood pressure tested daily throughout the study.

Results showed that following the six weeks of supplementation with the black seed oil decreased systolic blood pressure by 11.2% and diastolic blood pressure by 12.2%. An initial significant decline in blood pressure was observed in as little as two days. Following six weeks of placebo, subjects’ blood pressure elevated slightly.4 I recently had my blood pressure taken at my wellness check. It was 123 over 68. It’s usually in the 130 range (white coat syndrome). I recently started taking black seed oil. You can order it at wellevate.me/juicelady  You’ll get 15% off.


In animal studies of hypertension, NAC not only reduced blood pressure but also was effective at reducing oxidative stress and improving antioxidant capacity.5 It also helps spike proteins from attaching to receptor sites. It’s an excellent virus prevent supplement.

Your Contribution to Healing

A while ago I had a dream where I was told, “Everyone who prays this prayer will be healed.” What could that prayer be? I prayed since then for the answer. Recently…I knew what it was. “What would you have me do God to be well?”  Usually, the answer is multi-faceted. It involves our actions. It may include faith, emotional/mental work, and nutritional/dietary changes for example. You can be well.







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