Alistrol Review

alistrol review


I’ve been getting a lot of feedback and questions about Alistrol – the latest natural supplement to treat high blood pressure to hit the market.

The feed back is generally positive – no bad side effects and a reduced blood pressure over time.

So what exactly is Alistrol? It’s a daily supplement composed of four natural ingredient known to be effective in reducing hypertension: Hawthorn, garlic, Holly leaf, and Daikon Seed.

These ingredients are known to help dilate the blood vessels enabling your blood to flow more easily at a reduced pressure. Its effects are similar to many anti-hypertensive medications except the ingredients are natural and no ill side effects have been reported.


Can Alistrol really help lower my blood pressure?

My personal opinion is that Alistrol is a great aid in reducing your blood pressure and keeping it in a healthy range – but is not a simple substitute for a healthier lifestyle.

You can reduce your blood pressure by 10 to 20 points systolic if you take Alistrol daily … but that’s not going to be enough if your blood pressure is hitting 200+ systolic or 100+ diastolic. You’ll still need to adopt a healthier lifestyle too. That includes daily exercise, good diet, and some essential supplements like Vitamin C, Calcium, Magnesium, and Omega 3s.

If, on the other hand, you are what they call “pre-hypertensive” (130-145 / 90 – 95 BP range), then a daily dose of Alistrol is probably all you will need.

Clinical tests of Alistrol have been shown to be very positive with the vast majority of test subjects (9 out of 10) showing a reduction of blood pressure after the first month.

That’s not to say that Alistrol will definitely help reduce blood pressure for everyone. Unless you have an identical twin, your genetic make up is unique. That’s why it’s so difficult to state facts about blood pressure treatments – natural or prescriptive.

Nor do I believe that by simply taking Alistrol every day you can carry on with an unhealthy, stressed-out lifestyle of no exercise and a diet of junk food. There is no magic cure-all pill for high blood pressure. It’s the combination of healthy lifestyle combined with powerful supplements like Alistrol that can help bring down even the most stubborn blood pressure.


Alistrol Review Conclusion – Worth Trying

The only way that you can tell if Alistrol is good for you is to give it a month’s trial.

If it fails to significantly reduce your blood pressure after a month you can simply get a refund.

In other words –  nothing to lose and a lower blood pressure to gain.

For more information and to order a trial bottle of Alistrol click on the link below:


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Alistrol is made from four natural ingredients:

  • Garlic Seed
  • Hawthorn Berry
  • Daikon Seed
  • Chinese Holly Leaf

A broader list of natural ingredients effective in lowering blood pressure can be found in the comprehensive guide Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally – The Complete 9 Step Guide

If you need to lower your blood pressure and want to do it permanently and naturally, then this is the help guide you need.

It shows you step by step what you have to do to get your blood pressure back into a balanced and healthy state – what to eat and drink, how to exercise and how much, and how to de-stress, relax and enjoy life more.

Following this guide will enable you to reduce or even even eliminate the need for blood pressure lowering medications.

For those who are just starting to experience ‘pre-hypertension’, this guide will help you prevent the development high blood pressure and the need to take medications later on.

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  1. jayne stratton says:

    hi im 49 am on tildiem retard 180mg a day with spiractalone 100mg as lose pottasium am waiting for adrenal gland removal would i be best after the operation to use alistrol as it sounds better than to have these side effect drugs for all of my future

  2. admin says:

    Hi Jayne,

    Alistrol is certainly a better option than a lot of prescription medications in my opinion. With regards trying them after your operation I don’t see a problem with that although I hasten to add that you should consult with your doctor first. He or she would be in a much better position to advise you based on the specifics of your condition.

    Best of luck,

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