Scientists may have found a natural alternative for the treatment of hypertension, according to studies.
Hypertension is a condition of abnormally high blood pressure. It is a member of the cluster conditions associated with an increased risk of heart disease and stroke.
Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps out blood.
The rich golden liquid It is considered one of healthy sweet food for replacing the use of white sugar and artificial sweetener by many people.
Researchers on finding a herbal remedy for the treatment of hypertension with no side effects examined the honey effect on blood pressure and heart rate.
The study included 50 in healthy male subjects, who were given 20 ml of honey to consume and their systolic SBP, DBP and HR were measured at different intervals; 15 minutes, 30 minutes and 60 minutes after the intake of honey.
Honey treatment significantly (p = 0.05) decreased SBP from 117.80±0.88 to 110.20±2.14 after 15 minutes of honey intake.
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(1)Honey’s Ability to Reduce Blood Pressure and Heart Rate in Healthy Male Subjects by Esther Oluwasola Aluko, Nigeria Titilope Helen Olubobokun, Dara Ezekiel Atang. (Research Gate)
(3) Obesity and hypertension by Shu-Zhong Jiang, Wen Lu, Xue-Feng Zong, Hong-Yun Ruan, and Yi Liu. (PMC)