Garlic could reduce blood pressure by as much as ‘medications’ – study

The garlic extract also significantly lowered central blood pressure, pulse pressure, pulse wave velocity and arterial stiffness.

Despite the remarkable effects of the supplement in the review, The Cleveland Clinic recommends skipping dietary products and going for garlic in its raw form instead.

Furthermore, the health portal spoke to cardiologist Ashish Sarraju who suggests that research is still pretty limited.

For example, there’s a theory that vitamin B12 plays a role in garlic’s effectiveness at lowering blood pressure.

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