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Second most searched health question on Google: How to lower blood pressure?

Answer: Olive leaf and grape seed!

A meta-analysis of 16 trials on grape seed in over 800 patients confirmed that grape seed is effective at reducing blood pressure levels –without significant adverse effects.

In a study of identical twins with borderline high blood pressure, one of the pair received olive leaf while their twin was not treated.

Results: the twin receiving olive leaf saw a reduction of up to 13 points in systolic blood pressure and 5 points in diastolic blood pressure, while the twin in the placebo group saw no reduction.

 

What to look for a combination of: 500 mg olive leaf standardized to oleuropein, with 100 mg tannin-free French grape seed extract – take twice daily.

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