DRINK 1 CUP DAILY to Normalize High Blood Pressure


Learn more about this incredible natural remedy for high blood pressure.

– Introduction: The best natural remedy for high blood pressure

– How this remedy for high blood pressure works
– Hibiscus tea for high blood pressure
– Other benefits of hibiscus tea
– How to use hibiscus tea for high blood pressure

Today I want to share a simple remedy for high blood pressure. It’s important to figure out the root cause of your high blood pressure and fix that issue. But, in the meantime, hibiscus tea is a fantastic natural remedy for high blood pressure that has virtually no side effects.

Different studies on hibiscus tea have reported significant blood pressure lowering effects in both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Some studies suggest it may be almost as effective or just as effective as certain blood pressure medications.

Hibiscus tea may have a slight diuretic effect, but it doesn’t reduce potassium. It can also help lower triglycerides and LDL cholesterol.

The pigments in hibiscus flowers are composed of a certain phytonutrient that acts as a natural ACE inhibitor. Many different blood pressure medications are ACE inhibitors.

Try drinking hibiscus tea for about six weeks to see the full effect. You may also want to focus on getting your vitamin D and potassium levels higher. Just be sure to check with your doctor before drinking hibiscus tea if you take a diuretic.

Other benefits of hibiscus tea:
• Studies suggest it may help inhibit gastric cancer by up to 52%.
• Studies have shown that the phytonutrients in hibiscus tea have antimicrobial properties that may be as effective as certain antibiotics and more effective than penicillin.
• One study showed that it may help you decrease fat on your liver.


Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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  1. Dr. Berg, Your method works fine for me, I have taken hibiscus everyday for sometime and I am feeling so much better with my A-Fib. I am back to normal and my daily routine is fine. Thank you.

  2. Dr. Berg to the rescue once again. I’ve always had borderline BP (140s/80-90). After watching this video I began mixing organic hibiscus with my organic green tea everyday. After 4 weeks my BP at my annual physical was 117/78. Even when I had the flu recently, it was 128/82. Blown away with this natural remedy. Thank you!

    • @Johnwillbegone 1. Republic of Tea – has 1583mg of hibiscus or. 2. Traditional – has 1250mg of hibiscus. I get it from Sprouts but you may be able to find it at WholeFoods or other health food stores. I don’t buy anything from Amazon that I put IN or ON my body, but that’s my personal preference. I’ve read too many horrible reviews on there to take the risk.

  3. I finished a box of this tea. I believe it really helped lower my BP. I stopped drinking it then my BP shot up 3 days ago even with meds. I just realized that this was the reason why it happened. Gotta continue drinking it.

  4. Dr. Berg I’ve been an R.N. for 30 years. You are the ONLY doctor I’ve ever seen show actual compassion and sincere interest in creating health in your patients. God bless you.

    • He is great. There is another one among us. Dr. Alan Mandell. He is known on YouTube as Motivational Doc. ✌🏼

    • Yes, you are right God bless you and keep you 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾I got high blood pressure when I was 20😢and im 27 now I have started taking hibiscus tea 🍵

  5. I was drinking this daily and my BP dropped w/o meds. As soon as I stopped it went back up. Thx for the reminder to begin again! 💕

  6. Dr. Berg, I believe that you are God sent, you are anointed by Almighty God with the gift of healing, you are more help to people than medical doctors and you provide much needed immediate help without wasting your viewers time and forcing them to buy books! I really, truly thank God for you and your ministry!🙏 ❤

  7. That’s the tea I had when I was in Egypt. Very popular there. Loved it! They put lots of sugar in it but I didn’t. Didn’t know about HBP effect . Thanks Doctor Berg for the info.

  8. This is very popular here in the Middle East, and it’s used specifically for high blood pressure for as long as I can remember.
    Thank you Dr. Berg

    • @Kim B. If you make it you should try it with less sugar. Usually it’s pretty sweet in restaurants.There’s a lot of fruity herb tea in the supermarket that has hibiscus as the first ingredient

    • @Peachez i’ve never had it in restaurants. my neighbor bought the loose tea and made it and then gave me some loose tea. it’s pretty tart and bitter to me by itself so i do add monkfruit sweetener

  9. We are literally dealing with a crisis right now and this information came at just the right time! Thank you Doctor!!!

  10. In Mexico we call it “agua de de flor de Jamaica ” and drink it as a cold beverage but I instead of using regular sugar I drink it alone or sometimes I add stevia for a cold drink. I love it!

  11. Hey doc, the tea is good, I have also lowered my blood pressure by fasting 20/4 everyday as well as exercise. Went keto for two years many cycles. I think sticking to keto and training as hard as I did really helped my physical fitness while I served in the military.

  12. I love you Dr. Berg…. Ive learned more about taking care of my health than from health/science classes in college or my Drs. Thank You.

  13. Dr. Berg is cool as an iceberg because he CONTINUES to highlight ways for all of his viewers to become their OWN health advisors. Thank you for your insightful videos doctor.

  14. I can’t thank you enough for being compassionate and getting the word out to living a longer and healthier life Dr. Berg. May God continue to bless you to bless the world bc ppl can’t get this kind of medical information without paying a price. You are a good man!

  15. Dr. Berg and his teachings have exponentially increased my mood, health, fitness and work productivity! I even qualified for World Championships in Olympic Weightlifting! 😎 thanks Dr. Berg!

  16. Hibiscus or كركديه ( karkadaih) in Arabic is one of the most famous Egyptian herbal teas. It’s good as well for blood sugars and digestion, and even its bright colour is added to henna to give a burgundy effect; as a hair dye. Thanks Dr Berg 😊

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