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When you feel the pain of angina begin to set in, it can be a frightening experience, as some people mistake it for a heart attack. While angina itself is not deadly, it does mean that you are at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease, heart attacks and strokes. Lowering the blood pressure and eliminating excess cholesterol are two very good approaches to treat angina, and basil can accomplish both of these things. Commonly known as tulsi in India, basil is filled with important nutrients and antioxidants that can improve the health of your heart and prevent the onset of angina.

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