Health Diet For Hypertension
a. Jellyfish and water chestnut soup. Desalt 125 g jellyfish by soaking it in water for a whole day. Slice it and 375 g of water chestnuts (with peel) into small pieces. Put them into 1,000 ml of water and simmer over a low heat until 3/4 of the water has evaporated. Filter and discard the residue. Drink the filtrate, 125 ml per dose, twice a day. It can be administered over a long period, and is good for lowering and stabilizing blood pressure.
b. Celery. Celery has a blood pressure lowering action and can be administered in many ways. Cut celery into small pieces and squeeze out the juice. Add sugar, either white or brown, and sip it as one would tea. Celery can also be prepared as a decoction or cooked with balsam pear and eaten as a side dish at meals.
Clinical report: It was reported that celery yields good results on primary hypertension. A group of 16 cases was treated with fresh celery juice together with equal amount of bee honey or syrup, 40 ml. Blood pressure began to decrease on the second day of administration, with better sleep and increased urine. Fourteen cases were effective, with only 2 cases unsatisfactory.
c. Honey. k also has a certain blood pressure lowering action and is effective at the early stage of hypertension. Dilute honey with water and sip it like tea.
d. Mung beans and kelp porridge. Take kelp and mung beans, each 100 g. Boil the mung beans first until they "bloom." Add rice and kelp and simmer at a low heat until sticky. Best eaten in the evenings, it can be taken over a long period.
e. Garlic and mung bean soup. Take 100 g mung beam and garlic, one clove for each year until 50 cloves are reached for those older than 50 years of age. Peel the garlic cloves and put them, with the mung beans, into a bowl. Add 500 ml. of boiling water, cover, and leave to infuse for 10 minutes. Sugar may be added to taste, then drink it like tea.
f. Take a fresh pig's gallbladder, fill it with several cleaned mung beans, then hang it out to dry. When completely dry remove the beans. Take 6-7 beans with water twice a day. Can be administered for a fairly long period.
g. Sea cucumber with crystal sugar. Rinse 30 g sea cucumber and discard its internal viscera. Add crystal sugar and water and simmer at a low heat.
h. Water chestnut and tumip juice. Cut water chestnuts and turnips into pieces, 750 g of each. Wrap in gauze and press out the juice. Add some honey and then bottle. Drink 1 cup of the juice 2-3 times daily. Make fresh juice everyday.
i. Fish head and elevated gastrodia soup. Take a silver carp's head. After riming, put it in an earthenware pot with 12 g elevated gastrodia, some Chinese onion, vinegar, water and salt. Cook for more than half an hour. Eat the fish head and soup. This can be eaten regularly.