Ivy's Mukta Vati is an all-natural Ayurvedic blood pressure medicine to reduce hypertension and high blood pressure symptoms. It also purifies the blood and protects the heart and liver.
Benefits of MUKTA VATI
MUKTA VATI is a fast-acting and safe herbal remedy to
Regulate High Blood Pressure
Reduce Inflammation in the Body
Protect the Heart
Protect the Liver
Relieve Stress and Anxiety
Recharge the Mind
- If your BP is greater than 160/100 mmHG, you should take 2 tabs twice a day.
- If your BP is 150/90 mmHG, take 2 tabs twice a day.
- If your BP is 140/90 mmHg or your blood pressure rises occasionally, you can take 1 tab twice a day.
* Hypertension/High Blood Pressure
The heart pumps blood to different parts of the body through the arteries. Blood pressure refers to the force of blood pushing up against the walls of the blood vessels as the heart pumps blood. Hypertension or high blood pressure is a medical condition wherein the arteries have persistently elevated blood pressure. This puts the individual at high risk for Coronary Heart Disease, heart attack, and stroke. High BP can also cause damage to the kidneys and other parts of the body.
Blood Pressure is measured as systolic (blood pressure when the heart beats while pumping blood) and diastolic (blood pressure when the heart is at rest between beats) pressures. Normally the systolic number is written above the diastolic as in 120/80. In adults, the measurements are
- Normal Blood Pressure – less than 120/80 mmHg
- Prehypertension – 120-139/80-89 mmHg
- Hypertension Stage I – 140-159/90-99 mmHg
- Hypertension Stage II¬ – 160 or higher/100 or higher
If your blood pressure levels remain above the prehypertension measurement most of the time then you are hypertensive. Even if your systolic number is 120 and your diastolic number is 95, you still have Stage I HBP. One important thing to remember is that blood pressure increases with age and at that time these normal ranges may have slight variations. For example, in older people, the normal range can be 140/90 mmHg.
Hypertension normally presents with signs like headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness and more. The risk factors of high blood pressure include increasing, age, family history, inactivity, being overweight or obese, high sodium diet, low levels of potassium or Vitamin D in the diet, excessive consumption of alcohol, smoking, high-stress levels, and other chronic conditions.
Uncontrolled Hypertension is one condition which can affect memory and cognition, sex life, quality sleep, eye, and kidney health.
In conventional medicine, diuretics, beta-blockers, vasodilators, and other drugs are used to treat high blood pressure. The side effects of medications vary. Some people experience mild symptoms while some others have severe ones. Common symptoms of medications are dry mouth, dehydration, constipation, headaches, upset stomach and increased sensitivity to cold or sunlight.
Ayurveda sees high blood pressure as an imbalance in the Doshas and aims at correcting it. Ayurveda recommends diet modifications and lifestyle changes for hypertension. Ayurvedic herbs for hypertension include Gokshura (Tribulus Terrestris), Arjuna (Terminalia Arjuna). Ayurvedic herbs provide the body with antioxidants, reduce high blood pressure by relieving stress, protect vital organs like the heart and the liver, reduce angina, and sooth the body.
Recommended Lifestyle Modifications
- As far as possible, eat plant-based foods. Include banana, grapes, guava, papaya Indian gooseberry, parsley, bitter gourd, drumsticks and garlic in the diet. Reduce the intake of caffeine.
- Quit smoking and watch on alcohol intake.
- Limit sodium intake and increase potassium in the diet.
- Taking basil leaves (tulsi) and neem are found to be beneficial when taken in the morning.
- Yoga and pranayama (deep breathing exercises) are beneficial. They help to reduce stress and improve sleep.
Ingredients in Ivy's MUKTA VATI
MUKTA VATI is a nerve and cardiac tonic with beneficial antioxidants. It contains
- Gotu Kola (whole plant),
- AloeWeed (whole plant),
- Arjuna tree (bark),
- Sedge (leaf),
- Climbing Staff Tree (Seed),
- Indian Elecampane (root),
- Winter Cherry (root),
- Gulancha Tinospora (stem),
- Fresh Water Pearl Powder.
You should NOT stop any existing medications suddenly. They can be stopped only gradually and very carefully.
Ivy's MUKTA VATI should be taken on an empty stomach approximately one hour before breakfast in the morning and one hour before dinner at night.
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