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Drink hibiscus tea to naturally lower your blood pressure Darrell Miller 11/16/18
19 Natural Diuretics to Help Relieve Water Retention, Bloating &More VitaNet, LLC Staff 9/4/18
Hibiscus extracts can be used to provide natural food coloring WITH health benefits Darrell Miller 3/28/18
7 health benefits of hibiscus tea (Zobo) Darrell Miller 3/22/18
9 Health Benefits Of Hibiscus Darrell Miller 6/30/17
Hypertension & Blood Lipids Darrell Miller 7/27/16
What Causes High Blood Pressure And What Can Reduce And Prevent It? Darrell Miller 12/28/12
Supports Healthy Blood Pressure Darrell Miller 4/18/08
In Vitro Study Shows Promise for Hibiscus Extract on Cholesterol Darrell Miller 7/6/06



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Drink hibiscus tea to naturally lower your blood pressure
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Date: November 16, 2018 09:51 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Drink Hibiscus tea to naturally lower your blood pressure





High blood pressure causes a number of negative aspects to the health, but it can be pretty difficult to reduce the numbers. There are medications the doctor can prescribe to treat high blood pressure, as well as special diets to follow to aid in the process. One of the additions that you should make to the menu is hibiscus tea. This special tea tastes great and has been proven to significantly improve the health, including by lowering the blood pressure.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Indian Journal of Pharmacology recently published the results of a study done in Nigeria, centering on the hibiscus.
  • The study showed that drinking hibiscus tea can naturally reduce Ace and lisinopril levels.
  • These reductions caused drinkers of hibiscus tea to experience significant drops in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

"While Western medicine advocates for the prescription of various drugs that are linked to harmful side effects, there are effective and natural ways that can help lower blood pressure, such as hibiscus tea."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-12-drink-hibiscus-tea-to-naturally-lower-your-blood-pressure.html

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19 Natural Diuretics to Help Relieve Water Retention, Bloating &More
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Date: September 04, 2018 09:53 AM
Author: VitaNet, LLC Staff (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 19 Natural Diuretics to Help Relieve Water Retention, Bloating &More





19 Natural Diuretics to Help Relieve Water Retention, Bloating & More

When someone is suffering from liver disease or other ailments such as diabetes, they are often prescribed diuertics in order to help the flow of liquids throughout their system. Unfortunately, these pharaceutical interventions can often come with a plethora of unwanted side effects such as dizziness and headaches. There is, however, a much less invasive solution. Many foods and herbs act as natural diuretics such as juniper berries and dandelion. Their consumption ends up leading to much less unwanted side effects while delivering the same potent results.

Key Takeaways:

  • Diuretics are often used by patients who are facing liver disease, or for those suffering from diabetic symptoms.
  • Although diuretics are quite successful in the benefits that they promote, they also can come with unwanted side effects such as dizziness.
  • Natural diuretics such as juniper berry and hibiscus can give you the same flushing benefits without the adverse side effects.

"Whether you’re looking to flush out water weight or keep kidney stones at bay, including a few servings of natural diuretics in your diet may be just what you need."

Read more: https://draxe.com/natural-diuretics/

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Hibiscus extracts can be used to provide natural food coloring WITH health benefits
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Date: March 28, 2018 09:17 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Hibiscus extracts can be used to provide natural food coloring WITH health benefits





Hibiscus extracts can be used to provide natural food coloring WITH health benefits

While the hibiscus is known as a very ornamental bloom, gracing many gardens, it has an economic role to play as well, serving as a product of high significance in both the food and cosmetic industries. This dual nature of the plant arises from the fact that the hibiscus is both highly nutritious and also the source of a safe coloring agent that can be used even in foods.

The periodical, 'Food Science and Human WellnessWellness', explored the viability of hibiscus-generated food coloring for cupcakes and found the resulting product to be both cost-effective and 'clean, ' with the added benefit of adding necessary flavonoids into the human diet. These anthocyanins, aside from the nourishment they provide, appear to be linked with the easing of numerous health complaints, including, hypertension, inflammatory conditions, coughing and excess weight.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Helwan University of Egypt recently funded a research study to evaluate the hibiscus calyces extract and it's perceived, biochemical and sensory effect on the properties of functional cupcakes.
  • Studies have affirmed that drinkers of Hibiscus tea had decreased blood pressure after a consistent month long use of the tea.
  • Because it has both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial capabikities, hibiscus is an ingredient promoted for the ammelioration of cough and cold symptoms.

"Extracts from hibiscus calyces could be used as a natural food coloring, which can provide health benefits at the same time, according to a study published in the journal Food Science and Human Wellness."

Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-03-26-hibiscus-extracts-can-be-used-to-provide-natural-food-coloring-with-health-benefits.html

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7 health benefits of hibiscus tea (Zobo)
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Date: March 22, 2018 09:18 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 7 health benefits of Hibiscus tea (Zobo)





7 health benefits of hibiscus tea (Zobo)

Interested in a new natural product with a host of health and wellness benefits? Consider hibiscus tea as your next supplement of focus. This natural product will bring a host of benefits, all in a simple cup of tea. These include lowering cholesterol. serving as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, and protecting the liver. Plus, hibiscus tea can also help you to manage your blood pressure, regulating it without the need for manmade and synthetic drugs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Hibiscus tea has been used in several cultures for many years as a natural remedy.
  • Now, new studies are showing that this simple cup of tea can have significant benefits for human health.
  • So, consider incorporating hibiscus tea into your daily regiment to capture its health boosting powers!

"The health benefits include its ability to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, disturbed the digestive and immune system, and inflammatory problems as well."

Read more: http://www.pulse.ng/lifestyle/food-travel-arts-culture/7-health-benefits-of-hibiscus-tea-zobo-id8101810.html

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9 Health Benefits Of Hibiscus
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Date: June 30, 2017 09:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (support@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: 9 Health Benefits Of Hibiscus





Hawaii is an island known mostly for its luaus and gorgeous views, Hawaii is also covered with beautiful hibiscus trees. These hibiscus flowers while beautiful, hold many not well known health benefits. The hibiscus flower is mostly used to make a tea known as "sour tea" or made into a topical application. Hibiscus is loaded with antioxidants, these antioxidants help combat free radical damage that lowers inflammation in the body. The flowers is also filled with nutrients and help boost your immune system especially during cold and flu season. Hibiscus also has many other benefits including lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, helps improve your mood and digestive system. When applied to your skin it will make it more firm and great at moisturizing as well. All around hibiscus has many health benefits and would be very beneficial for your body.

Key Takeaways:

  • Hibiscus flowers have a wide variety of health benefits. You can either drink hibiscus tea or apply hibiscus oil to reap these benefits.
  • Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants, which helps to reduce inflammation in the body. It is also nutritious, containing B-vitamins and minerals.
  • Some of the health benefits from hibiscus are: immune system function boost, lowers cholesterol, lowers blood pressure, improves mood and improves optimal digestion.

"not only are hibiscus flowers beautiful and fragrant, they also have a wide array of health benefits."

Read more: http://www.thealternativedaily.com/health-benefits-of-hibiscus/

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Hypertension & Blood Lipids
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Date: July 27, 2016 03:37 PM
Author: Darrell Miller
Subject: Hypertension & Blood Lipids

Recent studies suggest that Consuming Hibiscus regularly lowers hypertension (Blood pressure) by as much as 11% systolic blood pressure and 10% decrease in diastolic pressure. 

Also, Hibiscus extract has demonstrated an ability to lower triglycerides and raise HDL-C. 

There is an alternative to dangerous prescription drugs, it is called Hibiscus.  Hibiscus tea and extract is a safe and effective herb to manage blood pressure and cholesterol.


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What Causes High Blood Pressure And What Can Reduce And Prevent It?
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Date: December 28, 2012 11:24 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: What Causes High Blood Pressure And What Can Reduce And Prevent It?

High blood pressure is one of the most common conditions people suffer from in first-world countries; throughout the last few decades civilized countries have becomes exponentially more reliant on technology, without forgetting the rise of the fast food industry. In conjunction with the sedentary lifestyles most people lead nowadays, this has led to an increase of people with cardiovascular health problems. According to the American Heart Association, around 33% of adults in the United States are suffering from hypertension.

The silent killer

The disease is not known as the silent killer for nothing, as a person can live with it for years and years without even experiencing any symptoms. However, as time goes by the disease starts to take its toll on the body, with symptoms including dizziness, headaches and nosebleeds. However, if gone unchecked for a long time the condition is going to worsen considerably, eventually leading to the development of serious cardiovascular problems, including coronary heart disease.

What precisely causes high blood pressure?

For starters, one's body fat percentage plays an important role; the more fat a person has, the more the walls of their arteries are clogged, the higher the blood pressure rises. A lack of physical activity has also been known to help the condition develop as it forces your heart to contract itself more often. Intake of products such as tobacco, alcohol, sodium and potassium can all lead to an increase in your blood pressure, as well as your risk of heart disease.

Stress is a factor which often gets overlooked, but the truth is that when you tense up, your heart starts pumping blood faster, which consequently increases the pressure in your arteries. Finally, there is the one factor which cannot be controlled: genetics. Indeed, if a person has a family history of hypertension, that person is likely to suffer from it as well.

While it is possible to treat high blood pressure with chemical over-the-counter pharmaceutical remedies, they often bring about a slew of side effects which can cause problems even worse than the ones experienced with the blood pressure.

Natural Remedies

Fortunately, there are a few natural remedies which can be used to fight the condition.

For starters, you can take magnesium supplements which are sold by numerous companies, generally in the form of capsules. Magnesium is the most common mineral needed by the body and it helps to regulate one's blood levels. If you don't feel like taking supplements, you could always eat foods rich in magnesium, which basically translates to consuming lots of green vegetables, nuts, seeds and unrefined grains. 

Hibiscus tea

Hibiscus tea is another apparent miracle of nature; drinking it on a regular basis will slowly decrease one's hypertension. A clinical study was actually conducted in order to determine the tea's effectiveness, and it was found that it can noticeably improve the condition of those suffering from mild or moderate hypertension.

Coenzyme Q10

Finally, you might want to look into the Coenzyme Q10, a natural supplement which has undergone clinical studies. More precisely, there was a twelve-week double-blind placebo-controlled study involving eighty-three subjects with hypertension. They were treated for the entire duration with 17.8 mm Hg of the Coenzyme Q10, and in the end their pressure was significantly reduced.

Needless to say, there are countless more natural remedies which can help deal with high blood pressure, with the best part being that most of them don't cost much and are readily available for purchase anywhere. In some cases, you can even do it at home by yourself. All in all, as long as there are natural methods to try it is highly recommended that you stay away from pharmaceutical treatments; not only will they burn a hole in your wallet, they may very well leave you worse for wear.

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Supports Healthy Blood Pressure
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Date: April 18, 2008 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: Supports Healthy Blood Pressure

  • A comprehensive Bio-Aligned Formula™ that can help maintain blood pressure already within the normal range, when used as part of a healthy diet and exercise plan.
  • A complex array of 35 nutrients, botanicals and special ingredients provides balanced support for blood pressure.
  • Supports two of the most important SystemiCare™ metabolic systems identified by Source Naturals as critical for your optimal health: Heart/Circulation (including healthy blood vessels, blood flow, homocysteine levels, and blood lipid regulation) and Antioxidant Defense.

3 tablets contain:
(Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 45 mg
Vitamin D-3 (as cholecalciferol) 240 mg
Vitamin B-6 (as pyridoxine HCl) 24 mg
Folate (folic acid & calcium folinate) 480 mcg
Vitamin B-12 (as methylcobalamin) 600 mcg
Magnesium (magnesium oxide, chelate & succinate) 240 mg
Selenium (as L-selenomethionine) 120 mcg
Potassium (as potassium citrate) 59 mg
L-Arginine (as L-arginine HCl) 1.44 g
L-Citrulline 360 mg
Hibiscus Flower Ext (20% total acids) 120 mg
gamma-vitamin E Complex 90 mg
L-Taurine 60 mg
Masson Pine Bark Extract(95% procyanidolic value) 60 mg
Garlic Clove 60 mg
Freeze Dried White Onion Bulb 60 mg
Arjuna Bark Ext (0.5% arjunolic acid) 60 mg Ashwagandha Root Extract(5% withanolides) 60 mg
Forskohlii Root Extract(ForsLean®) (20% forskohlin) 60 mg
Guggul Extract (10% guggulsterones) 60 mg
Grape Seed Extract (Proanthodyn™) 48 mg
Chinese Salvia Root Extract (MSV-60®)
(60% magnesium salvianolate B) 45 mg
Ginkgo Leaf Extract (50:1)
24% Flavoneglycosides 36 mg
Hawthorn Berry Extract (4:1) 30 mg
Hawthorn Leaf and Flower Extract (4:1) 30 mg
Olive Leaf Ext. (15% Oleuropein) 30 mg
Trimethylglycine (TMG) 30 mg
Total Resveratrols (from Polygonum cuspidatum) 24 mg
Nattokinase (NSK-SD™) 21 mg
Coenzyme Q10 18 mg
Tocotrienol Complex (Tocomax®) 12 mg
Lycopene 3 mg

Suggested Use: 3 tablets mid-morning and 2 tabs mid-afternoon between meals on an empty stomach.

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In Vitro Study Shows Promise for Hibiscus Extract on Cholesterol
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Date: July 06, 2006 12:04 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (dm@vitanetonline.com)
Subject: In Vitro Study Shows Promise for Hibiscus Extract on Cholesterol

Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosasinensis L.) contains many antioxidant compounds, such as flavonoids, polyphenols, and anthocyanins, which previous research has shown may help prevent low-density lipoprotein (LDL or “bad”) cholesterol from oxidizing. A new study, published in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology (2006, vol. 44: 1015-1023), focused on the effects of anthocyanin extracts from Hibiscus on LDL oxidation, as well as fragmentation of apollpoprotein B (ApoB), which is responsible for the transport of cholesterol to tissues. Results showed that depending on the dose (0.25, 0.50, or 1.0 milligrams per milliliter of anthocyanins), the extract reduced LDL cholesterol_oxidation by 13, 56, and 75 percent, respectively. All three concentrations also appeared to have scavenged approximately 100 percent of free radicals.

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