Can Lemon Oil help High Blood Pressure?

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Hi Tracy,
Wow – I am off my blood pressure meds! Can you believe it? I feel like a million bucks. I think my BP meds were really trashing my energy level. That lemon oil stuff is amazing. I’m using it several times a day – just like you said. But you weren’t kidding. Who knew putting a few drops of fruit oil in my water bottle would matter so much. I’d never even heard of it before! Where do I order more?

Thank you so much,
Blood Pressure Believer

Yes, I wasn’t kidding! High-quality lemon oil can make a big difference in your blood pressure (and your anxiety too, by the way). Just be sure to monitor your pressure carefully once you start it. Some folks find their readings drop rapidly, and they need to reduce or stop their medication (consult with your doctor to do this!). I recommend ~3 drops in your water bottle or glass every time you fill it. Lemon oil is also a great choice if you are prone to respiratory problems. I use only DoTerra oils, the only ones I’ve found that are highly concentrated and effective, cold-pressed, without any contaminants or additives. And they aren’t expensive. You may order more here. While you’re at it, consider some lavender oil to help with mild insomnia or restless sleep. Essential oils have been used for centuries for natural healing. And many modern medications are modeled after the same active ingredients we find in plants.

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