How to Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

lower blood pressure naturallyThis website is based on my own battle against dangerously high blood pressure and how I discovered how to lower blood pressure naturally.

It details how I overcame hypertension without resorting to high blood pressure medications.

(I did take an ACE inhibitor at first but it only gave me bad side effects and failed to bring my blood pressure down.)

In my search for the best and easiest ways to naturally reduce high blood pressure I left no stone unturned.

I purchased and tested out most of the main ‘alternative cures’ being promoted on the Internet.

Hence I provide complete reviews of these “lower blood pressure naturally” programs based on first hand experience. Where they fall short I let you know.

What I’ve discovered in learning to lower blood pressure naturally

In my journey from high blood pressure hell to healthy blood pressure heaven I have discovered many things, such as:

  • the additional health benefits to treating high blood pressure naturally

I keep an up-to-date Free Downloads Page where you can get instant access to lower blood pressure naturally material that may help you to achieve healthy blood pressure.

Comments and feedback are always welcome.

Simon Foster

Pontycymer, (old) South Wales


Please Note:

I am not a trained medical doctor. Nor, to my knowledge, has any of the information on this website been reviewed or specifically endorsed by any medical establishment. It is a personal chronicle of my own struggle and success to lower blood pressure naturally.

If you suffer from high blood pressure and are looking for alternative cures you will find this website a valuable resource. However, it is not meant to take place of any advice you may be given by your own doctor. If in doubt, consult with your own doctor. Generally, doctors are very supportive of alternative and natural approaches to treating high blood pressure.

P.S. My partner, Alison, co-author of ‘Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally’, now also writes for this blog. She’s a qualified researcher with a keen interest in natural health.