High blood pressure getting you down? Sometimes headaches and dizziness are telling signs of high blood pressure but often there are no symptoms and hypertension undermines your long term health. The “silent killer”.
A good friend learned she had hypertension only with a visit to her doctor. She discovered a cure in her garden that worked for her. In Casey’s own words:
“In Nov. 2012, while living part-time in Costa Rica and working on a local, small farm, I noticed a pretty type of hibiscus in the garden that I did not recognize, very much resembling a Christmas tree with bright red balls. I discovered that this is the "flor de Jamaica" and the red balls are, in fact, the calyces that develop after the flower. I had read that these could be a hypertension reducer and since I had been recently diagnosed with hereditary high blood pressure — my reading was 170/90 — I thought I would give it a try. Upon returning to the US I found a supply of dried “flor de Jamaica” and began brewing hibiscus tea. I drank about 1 quart per day of delicious lemon-flavored red tea for one month. My numbers fell to 120/70, to the amazement of my blood pressure technicians.”