Are linked to low blood pressure and anemia

Other herbs and medicinal plants that can help you to raise your blood pressure are: marjoram, ginger, lovage and hyssop. You can make teas from it or use the herbs in the kitchen, e.g. B. in salads, in sauces or dips. You can find recipes with ginger here.

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