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Are there any "natural" vasodilators?

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Dr. Gary Cunningham
Phlebology
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In brief: Sure.

But, for what purpose? Nitrates (for example found in beetroot juice) & folic acid can possibly lower blood pressure at least in part via vasodilation.
Niacin has been used to lower lipids and is well known as a powerful vasodilator, causing intense flushing in many people, and perhaps has an anti-hypertension effect. If we know what you want to do, we can probably answer better.

In brief: Sure.

But, for what purpose? Nitrates (for example found in beetroot juice) & folic acid can possibly lower blood pressure at least in part via vasodilation.
Niacin has been used to lower lipids and is well known as a powerful vasodilator, causing intense flushing in many people, and perhaps has an anti-hypertension effect. If we know what you want to do, we can probably answer better.
Dr. Gary Cunningham
Dr. Gary Cunningham
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