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Could garlic pills work for high blood pressure?

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Dr. Atique Mirza
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Yes

Garlic could help cut blood pressure by 10 per cent – but only if you take it in the form of tablets.
In one of the study, twelve weeks of treatment with garlic tablets led to a ‘significant’ cut in blood pressure, slashing the risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to a review of evidence.

In brief: Yes

Garlic could help cut blood pressure by 10 per cent – but only if you take it in the form of tablets.
In one of the study, twelve weeks of treatment with garlic tablets led to a ‘significant’ cut in blood pressure, slashing the risk of a heart attack or stroke, according to a review of evidence.
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