At the beginning of this year, I presented a Women’s Natural Health Seminar, in Kampala (Uganda). Immediately after the seminar, so many people were asking me questions relating to the topics that I’d covered. The one that stands out to me the most is a question, which was asked by my Auntie Mary. She wanted to know how she could get rid of the high blood pressure she’d been suffering with for a number of years. She did not want to take the medication any more, because it was not working for her and wondered whether there was a more natural alternative to the medicine provided by her doctor. I am about to reveal the eight tips that I shared with my aunt in order to reduce her on-going issue of high blood pressure. But before I do that, let me give you an idea of who my aunt is and what she does. Auntie Mary is married and is the mother of 10 children. Her youngest child is in her early teens and her eldest child is in her early 40s. Half of her children are still at school, college, and University. The other half, are in full-time employment and living away from home.
In addition to being a full-time wife and mother to 10 children, auntie Mary is an outstanding pillar of her community. She is a local government councillor, and female leader in Kamwokya (Kampala), where she operates an open-door policy to her home when it comes to supporting her fellow women in the community. I spent a vast amount of my childhood living with auntie Mary and my uncle Joseph. They are the kindest people you will ever meet. For as long as I can remember women used to turn up at the house at any time of the day, with serious issues such as rape, abortion, or an abusive relationship. Sometimes these women would turn up to Auntie Mary’s doorstep first thing in the morning, maybe 6 am and the last person would probably turn up at midnight. So now you can imagine just how stressful my auntie’s life can often get, between raising her children and supporting the local female community through their issues.
Within a month of practising the tips that I am about to give you my Auntie Mary went to visit her doctor, and the doctor discovered that my Auntie was no longer suffering from high blood pressure. The doctor was very surprised and asked her what she had been taking. My auntie replied by sharing the following tips that I had given her after the women’s natural health seminar:
- Increase your water intake by drinking at least 2 Litres a day
- Drink at least two glasses of water first thing in the morning before brushing your teeth or having your breakfast
- Drink at least one glass of water before your meal and at least an hour after a meal
- Lay on your left side of your body when going to sleep
- Avoid eating processed foods that contain added sugar, added salt, preservatives, artificial colouring, unhealthy fats, and other additives
- Eat foods that are rich in nutrients
- Avoid or reduce caffeine
- Reduce Alcohol intake
- Take Moringa tea or 4 capsules daily
- Have a nap during the day or have an early night
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