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Over the past 40 years, the number of people suffering from
hypertension has almost doubled worldwide. High blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart attack, heart failure, aneurysm of arteries and chronic kidney disease. In addition, this chronic disease reduces the life expectancy of those affected by it. Certain changes in in lifestyle and diet may help in improving and controlling blood pressure. Less known by many of you is the plant called hibiscus manihot. This hibiscus manihot is a shrub that in optimal living conditions
can grow up to a height of 3 meters. In addition, it is easy to grow, relatively resistant to diseases. In areas where it grows it is considered a valuable natural medicine for various diseases. Its leaves are an extremely nutritious vegetable with rich nutrient content. The leaves it resembles the spinach taste, resulting in the characteristic slime when are cooked. They have very high contain in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E and K. Also, contain Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Manganese, Sodium, Zinc and Copper. In these vegetable we found also, 20.18% protein, 17.53% crude fiber, 1.06% fat and 0.082% per gram total phenols. The leaf contains thirteen and with 425 milligrams per gram of amino acid lysine this plant can provide can provide a plenty beneficial effects. This herb also contains mucilage polysaccharide gum which has therapeutic effects such as antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-coagulant, anti-oxidant.
Consumption of these leaves have have beneficial effects on blood lipid profiles.
Due to its rich contain of fiber helps to lower the bad cholesterol and blood pressure. Also, the flavonoids from these leaves help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases and heart diseases. People suffering from heart disease, hypertension and high cholesterol can add these leaves in the daily diet, being the healthiest vegetable. Kidneys, Kidney Stones and the Urinary Tract problems can be treat with these five finger leaves. This vegetable
can be cooked the same way as spinach, stir-fry just for one two minutes to
preserve strong green color and nutrients. Also, the leaves can be steamed or boiled for a few minutes. The tea of leaves is made from 5-6 leaves. Wash and boil them for 15 minutes, along with three cups of water. Strain the liquid and drink half a glass, two times a day. If you don’t like to lose, the nutrients take 2 leaves and cleanse them well. Cut the leaves and place them, along with one glass of warm water, in the blender. Strain and drink half a glass two times a day. Due is effect to lower blood pressure,
people with low blood pressure should not eat too much or use this plant as
alternative treatment. Hoping that you liked the information provided by me, I
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