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Sanjay Bhalchandra Sawal*, Mugdha Pravinkumar Thakre, Pravinkumar Ganeshrao Thakre and Chandrakant Bapurao Sonare


The principle focus of Ayurveda is on maintaining good health of a person. Due to the rapid modernization, world population at large is leading towards more stressful life. As a consequence, human race is suffering from various diseases grouped under a common umbrella of „Lifestyle disorders‟. Increased blood pressure i.e. hypertension, is one of the widespread lifestyle disorders. India is considered as global capital of hypertension. Hypertension has been globally acknowledged as most prevailing risk factor for life threatening cardiovascular disorders. Today, we observe that in spite of availability of various antihypertensive drugs in modern medicine; overall percentage of patients suffering from hypertension is rising sharply. Over twenty-five centuries ago, Hippocrates, the father of medicine, stated “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food”. In this article we have collected data from various researches carried out at National and International organizations on Garlic (Allium sativum) and its effect on blood pressure. From the above review we can say that appropriate use of Allium sativum can control hypertension up to certain extent.

Keywords: Blood pressure, Lahsoon, Lifestyle disorder, Garlic, Hypertension.

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