Blood Pressure

Blood Pressure


Ayurveda Name: Rakt Chaap | Responsible Dosha: Vata

High Blood Pressure (Uchhrakt Chaap):
Elevation of systolic and/or diastolic blood pressure is known as uchhrakt chaap. People with Pitta and Vata predominant constitution and Pitta and Vata imbalance, are more prone to hypertension than any other. The blood pressure higher than 140/90 is known as high blood pressure.

Low Blood Pressure (Neemn Rakt Chaap):
It is a condition in which the action of the heart, in forcing the blood through the arteries, is weak. In Ayurveda, low blood pressure is related to weakness of the digestive fire. The blood pressure lower then 120/70 is known as low blood pressure.

The blood pressure higher than 140/90 is known as high blood pressure

Causes of High Blood Pressure

Causes of Low Blood Pressure

Routine life-style disturbance

Faulty Nutrition

Smoking and an excessive intake of intoxicants

Diabetes Mellitus

Hard arteries




Metabolic disorders


Excessive intake of salt

Overloading of fast foods


Symptoms of high blood pressure

Symptoms of low blood pressure


Dizziness, or feeling like you’re standing on a rocking boat



Blurred vision

Altered mental status (difficulty concentrating, confusion)


Changes in breathing patterns (fast or slow breathing)

Low libido or lack of sexual desire


Shortness of breath

Feeling cold or clammy, or a rapid onset of pale skin

Excessive intake of salt


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  • Corrects ‘vata’ dosha & relax blood vessel walls.
  • Also useful in numbness, cold hands and feet, anxiety, nervousness and insomnia.
  • For all ages of men, women and children.

Results: Initial results within 1-2 months.

Note: This supplement is purely natural that corrects the disease from its root cause, hence, would not control blood pressure immediately. Feeling better may take a little time, therefore, we recommend intake of the this food supplement along with your regular allopathic BP medicine initially. After regular monitoring of BP, allopathic medicine can be reduced or stopped after complete & permanent control of blood pressure.


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Blood Pressure remedy is an all natural dietary supplement for the management of blood pressure disorder (Rakt Chaap). These natural capsules are formulated with combination of some highly pure life saving herbs, which are used from centuries to provide alternative health care. Herbal capsules are developed by certified herbalist Dr. Raksha, using nature’s most powerful ingredients that have been scientifically proven to naturally normalize blood pressure.

  • Herbal Supplements & its natural herbs are helpful in balancing one of the three fundamental bodily humors “vata”, which is responsible dosha that leads to abnormal blood pressure.
  • Herbal medicine supplies vital nutrients that are not easily obtained from dietary sources alone that influence on circulation of blood in the body.
  • ‘Harad’ natural herb helps to enhance the elasticity of the coronary arteries, thereby maintaining healthy blood flow through the arteries. It is quite useful in dilating the capillaries & arterioles which in turn helps in free flow of blood & eventually regulate blood pressure.
  • The botanical herb ‘Shilajit’ in herbal and natural medicines, encourages normal blood flow by helping to relax blood vessel walls.
  • Herbal supplement is also useful in numbness, cold hands and feet, anxiety, nervousness and insomnia.

Intake: Consume Supplement (1 capsule) a day with milk or any other milk preparation.

Note: Kindly note that this supplement cures the root cause of the diseases & would not control blood pressure immediately. We recommend intake of the this food supplement along with your regular allopathic BP medicine initially.

Ayurveda is very effective when prescribed with emphasis on the right food & living habits.


  • Harad (Terminalia Chebula):
    Harad has been employed for centuries for relief of various nervous system disorders including anxiety & stress, insanity insomnia, hypertension and epilepsy.
  • Bahera (Terminalia Balarica):
    Bahera has anodyne, narcotic and mydriatic propermies. It is principally employed as a sedative in nervous affections & irritable conditions such as asthma and whooping cough.
  • Shilajit (Asphaltum):
    Traditionally this herb has been used as a herbal drug in various health related problems. The extract possesses therapeutic usefulness in mental depression, stress & normalize blood pressure. It is an excellent heart stimulator and works wonder for irregular, hard or rapid heartbeats.

Other Ingredients:

Amla (Emblica Officinale), Gokharu (Tribulus terristris), Kaner (Nerium indicum), Arjuna (Terminalia Arjuna), Lahsun (Allium sativum).


Step 1: 1. Yoga asana for blood pressure:

Yoga Asanas like Shavasan, Padmasan, Matayasan and Matsyendrasan should be practiced regularly. Asanas in which the body is held upside down are prohibited. During any exercise the strain on muscles increases, the requirement for blood and oxygen increases but in Yoga asanas the requirement goes down as there are no strains and every muscle is relaxed, the requirement for blood and oxygen goes down. This also reduces the strain on mind, the mind also becomes stable and focused. Also because of twists and stretched postures, the functioning of endocrine glands, digestive organs, heart and other organs improves. To achieve this even simple Yoga asanas are helpful, one can easily practice these yoga asanas and get the best for himself.



SaavaasanSpread both the legs and keep them at a distance of 1 or 1.5 feet apart. Keep the heels facing inside and allow the toes to fall outside and relax them.Take both the hands little away, say 3 to 4 inches, from the body and relax them. Keep the palms facing the roof and the fingers half – closed.Turn the neck to any side and relax it. Further, relax the muscles of the face. Keep the eyes closed with ease and without pressure. Continue extremely slow breathing.

2. PADMASANA (Lotus Pose)


  • From staff pose – dandasana, bend the right knee and bring the right ankle to the left hip crease with the sole of the right foot facing upwards.
  • Settle the foot into the hip crease.
  • Bend the left knee and cross the left ankle over to the right hip crease with the sole of the left foot facing upwards.
  • Repeat, with the left foot on the bottom and the right foot on top.

3. Matsya Asana (Fish Posture)

Matsya AsanDescription of the asana:
Fish Pose (Matsya-asana) Instruction:

  • Lie flat on the back in the Shava-asana.
  • Keeping the buttocks on the floor, inhale and raise the head, shoulders, back and upper arms off the floor arching the back and raising the chest up. Tilt the head back and place the top of the head flat on the floor.
  • Raise the elbows off the floor bring your hands up just below the chest and join them at the palms with the fingers pointing straight up (form the Anjali-mudraor salutation hand gesture). Hold for the duration of the inhale breath or breath gently through the nostrils to remain in the posture longer.
  • Return to the Shava-asana.

4. Pranayama

Pranayama the control of breathing & blood circulation. Pranayama is the deep breathing asna for body mind and soul. If mental strain increases the breathing rate is affected. In Pranayama the breathing is controlled and the rate is reduced, which reduces the strain on heart and also the rate. This increases the stability of mind and mental activities are also controlled.

Also the Pranic force in the body is balanced with the regular practice of Pranayama, which restores the physical and mental balance. Some Pranayama techniques affect the functioning of nervous system, which again help restore the balance.

Pranayama reduces the need of oxygen, so also the production of carbon dioxide. So the respiration rate reduces. In various Pranayama techniques Ujjayi Pranayama balances the Pranic flow of energy in the body. Ujjayi also affects carotid sinus, which help reduce BP. Nadishodhan Pranayama controls the Pranic flow. But people suffering from BP should not practice Kumbhaka (retention of breath) but only inhalation and exhalation.

Step 2: Diet for blood pressure

Many foods and dietary factors affect blood pressure. Studies show a high-sodium diet increases blood pressure in some people. In fact, some studies show that the less sodium you eat, the better blood pressure control you might have – even if you’re taking blood pressure medications.

Findings also show that potassium, magnesium, and fiber may also affect blood pressure. Fruits and vegetables are high in potassium, magnesium, and fiber and low in sodium. Also, nuts, seeds, legumes, lean meats, and poultry are good sources of magnesium.


  • Alcohol: Alcohol directly raises blood pressure, and further acts to damage the walls of blood vessels, which can elevate the blood pressure further and make it more difficult to treat, while simultaneously increasing the risk of complications.
  • Salt: eating too much salt can make high blood pressure much worse. In others, the same salt consumption may have no effect. Reduced sodium diet is a strongly recommended part of a healthy diet. These recommendations are especially important in the setting of secondary high blood pressure due to kidney problems.
  • Fats: Saturated fats, especially trans-fats, are bad for both the heart and blood vessels. Because the circulatory system is already under a lot of stress in the setting of high blood pressure, extra strain can be devastating.

Step 3: Acupressure in managing hypertension
acupressure is ancient way from Ayurveda to treat blood pressure If blood pressure less than 200/100.these tips only helpful when blood pressure is in its beginning stage and helpful to maintain blood pressure.

  • Acupressure point (Gb 20, Wind Pool): Place thumbs on earlobes. Slide them back toward the center of neck. Now thumbs will be approximately one thumb width above the hairline of neck. Your thumbs will fall into a depression on either side of the vertebra of your neck, at the base of the skull. Use the thumbs to apply medium to firm pressure, and hold for a minute
  • Li 11 and Ht 3: To locate Li 11, hold your arm in front of your chest, as if you were holding a cup in your hand. The point is at the outside end of the crease on your arm at the elbow joint.To find Ht 3 (Lesser Sea), hold your palms facing up. From Li 11 slide your fingers across the elbow crease until you feel the bony projection of the outside of your funny bone. Just above this bony projection is a natural depression. Ht 3 is in this depression.
  • (St 36, Three Mile Foot) St 36 is the most effective point to rejuvenate the ch’i and blood. The combination of Li 11 and St 36 is used extensively to treat hypertension.This point is located four finger widths below the lower border of the kneecap and one finger width off the shin bone to the outside. Flex your foot up and down; you will feel the muscle move under your fingers if you are on St 36.
  • (Lv 3, Bigger Rushing): Traditional Oriental medicine practitioners believe that hypertension is intimately connected with blockages in the liver meridian. Lv 3 exerts a powerful, beneficial influence on all aspects of the body associated with the liver meridian.This point is located on the top of your foot, between the big toe and second toe.Start at the web margin of skin between the two toes. Now slide your index finger up between the bones until you feel a depression about 1/2 inch up.
  • (Kd 1, Bubbling Spring): Kd 1 is on the sole of the foot between the second and third toe bone, two thirds of the distance from the heel to the base of the second toe. It’s just below the ball of the foot.

Step 4: Home Remedies for blood pressure

Home Remedies High Blood Pressure

Home remedies for low blood pressure

Amla taken along with milk daily helps in lowering the blood pressure.

The best and the most effective home remedy for treating low blood pressure would be consumption of lots of water. Dehydration reduces blood volume and drops the blood pressure.

The most effective home remedy to treat high blood pressure would be to chew a clove of garlic in an empty stomach. Have a glass of water to swallow it down.

Beet root juice is beneficial for those suffering from low blood pressure. Have a cup of raw beetroot juice two times a day.

Take 1 tablespoon each of fresh amla juice and honey in the morning. This is an effective natural remedy to lower the blood pressure.

Prepare a cup of strong black coffee and consume this whenever you feel you blood pressure dipping.

Add a tsp of cayenne pepper in half a cup of warm water. Drink this mixture whenever there is an increase in the blood pressure.

Put 15-20 gm of Indian Spikenard in 250 ml water. Have this infusion thrice a day. You can also have 30-40 grains of Indian Spikenard, along with some camphor and cinnamon.

In 100 grams of water, squeeze half a lemon. Have this concoction after every two hours. This would provide relief and also lower the blood pressure.

One or two pieces of garlic rolled in raisin also lower blood pressure.

AHR Team

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