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Blood Pressure Support

High blood pressure, otherwise known as hypertension, has become a widespread condition that can damage blood vessels and increase risk for heart attack and stroke. The World Health Organization estimates that over 20% of people worldwide live with abnormal blood pressure (1). This is not surprising since the factors that can cause hypertension are quite common, and include a diet that is high in salt, fat, and/or cholesterol.

People are becoming more and more interested in taking natural supplements to help regulate their blood pressure, either as a replacement to hypertension medication or because they don’t take any medications or supplements at all. Among the most common blood pressure lowering nutrients are magnesium and hawthorn extract. Magnesium helps relax the smooth muscle that makes up blood vessel structure and also assists the body in maintaining a balance of sodium and potassium. These functions are known to help support normal blood pressure levels. Hawthorn is similar to magnesium in its effects on relaxing blood vessel muscles. Although research is still lacking, one study showed that participants who took 1,200mg of hawthorn extract for 16 weeks had lower blood pressure than those taking the placebo (2).

Zen Supplements – Blood Pressure Support

This Zen Supplements formula contains high potency hawthorn berry extract, magnesium, taurine, and other ingredients that are proven to help aid proper blood pressure levels.

Features and Benefits:

  • Specially formulated to provide hypertension relief
  • Excellent supplement to a poor diet
  • Contains European Hawthorn Berry extract, the most clinically-tested hawthorn in the world
  • Contains high potency magnesium, with 600mg per serving
  • Quality and potency guaranteed
  • Absolutely NO sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, corn, soy, preservatives, artificial colors or flavors

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Hypertension information by WHO (1)

High Blood Pressure study (2)



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