Wild Garlic, Olive, Artichoke & Hawthorn Berries
Wild Garlic, Olive, Artichoke & Hawthorn Berries are all beneficial superfoods that are able to bolster health. And together, this unique blend of natural ingredients is able to help lower blood pressure and improve blood circulation by relaxing and widening your blood vessels.
Wild Garlic (Allium Ursinum) has long been used in traditional medicine due to its strong preventive characteristics in cardiovascular diseases, regulating blood pressure, lowering blood sugar and cholesterol levels, and immune system boosting properties.
While Common Garlic (Allium Sativum) is known to be able to provide the same benefits, studies have indicated that the active compounds that give both garlics their amazing health properties exists at a much higher potency in Wild Garlic.
Differences between Wild Garlic & Common Garlic
Know by its botanical name, Olea Europaea, olives have long been popular in mediterranean diets as a staple fruit and snack.
The fruit has been found to be able to reduce blood pressure by providing an effect that is similar blood pressure medications such as ACE inhibitors and calcium channel blockers. Additionally, the fruit also has an antiarrhythmic effect that is similar to beta blockers.
Artichokes (Cynara cardunculus var. scolymu) are a popular vegetable in many cultures worldwide. But while tasty, the plant also boasts multiple health benefits.
In numerous studies, it was suggested that Artichoke extracts were able to improve heart health as study participants supplemented with Artichoke extract showed significant reduction in both LDL and triglyceride (bad cholesterol) levels.
For centuries, hawthorn berries (Crataegus) have been used as an herbal remedy, for digestive problems, heart failure, and high blood pressure. The fruit is especially prized in Traditional Chinese Medicine for its multiple health benefits and antioxidant properties.
According to studies, the fruit is able to help improve heart health through the lowering of blood pressure, lowering of total cholesterol and its anti-inflammatory effect from its high antioxidant levels.