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Chamomile for better erections? Here’s how it works…
Chamomile is a medicinal plant found in most regions of the world. And you may have enjoyed chamomile tea for settling your stomach.
It has a long history of use for stress, insomnia, and gut problems.
A new study shows that chamomile can also be very effective in lowering blood pressure in people diagnosed with hypertension.
These researchers conducted animal and human experiments at universities in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the UK. The Journal of Phytotherapy Research published the paper.
They recruited 400 participants for this study, equal numbers of men and women.
Some of the subjects had normal BP and the others has high BP.
The participants fasted the night before the experiment. They were advised to avoid any treatments that could alter their pressure.
Researchers measured baseline pressure and heart rate shortly after the participants arrived at the research facility.
Then they gave the participants a cup of chamomile tea to drink over the course of 10 minutes.
They recorded BP and heart rate measurements every 30 minutes for the next two hours.
Chamomile lowered BP in people with normal, healthy BP.
The average systolic blood pressure went from 120 initially, down to 98 at the 90-minute mark.
Two hours after drinking chamomile tea, it was back up to 110.
“There was a significant decrease in systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, and heart rate compared with their basal values in normotensive volunteers.”
Another part of the study looked at the effect of chamomile tea on people with high blood pressure (hypertensives).
This part of the study tested different doses of chamomile tea – one, two, or three teaspoons of chamomile powder per cup.
Chamomile tea lowered blood pressure and heart rate in a dose-dependent manner in hypertensives.
“There was a significant dose-dependent decrease in blood pressure and heart rate in hypertensive human volunteers after oral administration of chamomile tea.”
The maximum decrease in blood pressure in hypertensive people was seen at around two hours.
This was the final measure of blood pressure in the testing, so it is possible that blood pressure decreased further after this time point.
Systolic blood pressure is the main risk factor in relation to high blood pressure.
It is usually the first and higher number given in a blood pressure reading.
A normal blood pressure reading would be something around 115/75, and the systolic number here is 115.
The average systolic blood pressure of the hypertensive group was 147-150 at baseline.
By two hours, the participants who received one teaspoon of chamomile had reduced their systolic blood pressure to an average of 140.
Those receiving two spoonfuls of chamomile tea had their systolic blood pressure reduced from 149 to 130.
“Those receiving three spoonfuls of chamomile powder in their tea had [their] systolic blood pressure reduced from 150 to 120 after drinking the tea.”
Both diastolic blood pressure (lower number) and heart rate also decreased after taking chamomile tea.
These results were also dose-dependent – more tea meant lower numbers.
This study shows very powerful effects of chamomile tea on blood pressure.
So chamomile tea could be beneficial for people with high blood pressure.
It’s so effective in lowering blood pressure that chamomile tea may even be dangerous for people with low blood pressure!
Some animal experiments were also reported in this study.
The scientists conducted safety tests on rodents.
Potent chamomile extracts showed no signs of toxicity in lab animals given enormous doses.
“Neither deaths nor signs of toxicity were observed throughout the experimental period for mice treated with up to 5,000 mg/kg. The tested chamomile extracts are considered safe.”
Experiments with chamomile extracts in the lab animals showed that these extracts lower blood pressure and heart rate in animals too.
“A single oral administration of the plant extracts (200 mg/kg) decreases both systolic and diastolic blood pressure of normotensive rats after 1, 1.5, and 2 hrs.”
The scientists were trying to identify an extract of chamomile that could be used as a supplement for hypertension.
But the tea itself seems pretty effective.
You should see a healthcare professional about diagnosing and treating hypertension.
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- Experimental and clinical antihypertensive activity of Matricaria chamomilla extracts and their angiotensin‐converting enzyme inhibitory activity https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ptr.6086
- Health matters: combating high blood pressure https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/health-matters-combating-high-blood-pressure/health-matters-combating-high-blood-pressure
- New high blood pressure guidelines: Think your blood pressure is fine? Think again… https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/new-high-blood-pressure-guidelines-2017111712756