Friday, 17 March 2017

Herbs That May Help Lower High Blood Pressure

In this world of hustle and bustle, everyone has some or other stress. At some peak times, common problems seen in people are fluctuating blood pressure. It is indeed dangerous! However, doctors do write down a tablet for every day one-time consumption for the lifetime. But is that it? Don’t you think you can improve on the main cause that affects blood pressure in the body rather than depending on chemicals which have side effects on your other system in the body? To overcome this problem, the pioneer in herbal industry MiricBiotech came up with effective herbal medicines range that have a cure for almost all diseases from child to senior citizens.

It was once thought that blood pressure is only seen after the age of 40. But today, even a child of the age 4 is seen with blood pressure issues. Why so? This is because of many reasons:
1.      Parents getting busier in their work.
2.      Children burdened with study and extracurricular activities.
3.      Young children wish to progress and have tension of getting best marks in school
4.      Food quality has gone low. Fruits and vegetables also have more chemical content rather than nutrition.

To help all of you, we have found out a useful list of natural herbs that might help you in naturally controlling blood pressure:
1.         Ginger (Adrak)               
This herb Ginger has multiple advantages, out of which very useful one is to control blood pressure. It really helps in improving blood circulation in the entire body along with relaxing the muscles surrounding the blood vessels. Ginger Tea is quite a healthy drink for all in a regular routine.

2.         Basil (Imported Tulsi)
Besides the medicinal connect, Basil is also a delicious herb which goes really well in Italian foods like pizzas and pasta. It also helps to lower your blood pressure. Not only leaves but even the extract has been quite popular in treating blood pressure. This is the tastiest way of getting well with no harm or side effects. Miric Biotech Ltd. has an intensive research and development team who gets the best out of this herb to put in their medicines.

 3. Cinnamon (Dalchini)
It’s a very tasty spice which is used in rich Mughlai and Punjabi food while making curries and biryanis. It is a perfect herb that can be added to your daily diet effortlessly. In long run, you might see a great difference in blood pressure levels. People who are also diabetic should consume Cinnamon daily.

3. Flaxseed (Alsi)
Flaxseed herb is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids which in turn have been found out to lower blood pressure levels significantly. Besides BP, Flaxseed also helps against atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases by decreasing the serum cholesterol, improving glucose tolerance and acting as an antioxidant. You can consume flaxseed in the form of mouth freshener every day and also after every meal. It is advisable for everyone in the family. MiricBiotech Ltd. uses this herb to a great extent in the production of efficient medicines.

4. Cardamom (Elaichi)
Cardamom is quite a popular seasoning in India. Most of the Asians especially ones in South Asia are fond of this spice or herb. If you consume Cardamom daily, then you can keep a control on blood pressure for a long span of time.

5.Garlic (Lasan)
It is a pungent seasoning which is surely added to food for extra taste. It helps in lowering blood pressure by relaxing the blood vessels and dilate. Blood flow in heart improves and thus blood pressure stays normal.

Monday, 6 March 2017

The backyard herb garden with Miric Biotech Limited

Every breathe is a giveaway between you and the plants. It had never occurred in quite that way that plants have some life and purpose outside their use to human beings. In a world as it is today, people are going far away from nature, and the population has touched the destructing limits, Miric Biotech helps to grow the ultimate survival garden by investing in these healing herbs that function as natural medicine.
Some medicinal plants are to be used for treating specific ailments, while others have a generalized positive effect on our health when used regularly. Many herbs belonging to the latter group have found their way into our culinary scene as flavoring agents. Your medicinal garden should ideally have such plants that have practical uses for the common man besides being easy to grow. When herbs provide treatment for many uncertainties in our bodies, from diabetes to cancer, from depression to hormonal imbalance, etc, grow them in your ultimate gardens, and have the healthiest of environment around. Some herbs that can be easily grown and used in our day to day lives are listed below:

Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera is well known as a skin-friendly plant. It is one medicinal plant people really make use of. The jelly-like, colorless pulp of mature leaves can be applied to minor cuts and burns and to dry, inflamed, or damaged skin due to eczema or other skin conditions. It is an excellent moisturizer with anti-inflammatory and mild antimicrobial effect. Regular use can prevent constipation and relieve other digestive problems, including ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel syndrome.

Peppermint: This natural hybrid of spearmint and watermint is widely use in dental hygiene products. The active ingredient menthol found in abundance, as well as in many other aromatic members of the mint family, has a cooling effect on the skin. Make a poultice of the leaves and apply it on the skin to relieve itching and burning resulting from skin allergies and inflammatory conditions. It has mild analgesic action, and relieves headaches and muscle cramps.

Thyme: This perennial herb with tiny, aromatic leaves is a great addition to any medicinal herb collection. Using infusion of thyme as a gargle to get rid of bad breath and mouth sores. It can help with tonsillitis and laryngitis. Crushed fresh thyme applied on the neck is said to reduce throat infections. Inhaling the vapors reduces nervous exhaustion. It also treats respiratory tract infections. Thyme extract is taken orally to relieve bronchitis, chest congestion, asthma, and whooping cough.

Rosemary: The memory booster. The canonic acid in the herb has been shown to prevent brain damage and Neurode generation of the hippocampus induced by Beta-Amyloid peptides. These peptides are implicated in Alzheimer’s disease. In separate studies Rosemary oil has been found to improve cognitive function and reduce brain aging. Its potential in cancer treatment also has been promising.

Chamomile: No medicine chest is complete without chamomile flower heads. Its widespread use across many cultures and for many ailments is proof enough for its safety and effectiveness.

Miric Biotech Ltd is working meticulously to improve our gardens and health as well. Plant a healthy garden to believe in a healthy tomorrow.

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