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What's the amount of cream of tartar daily to lower blood pressure?

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About one teaspoon in a cup of water should do it.

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I’ve been taking 1/2 tsp cream of tartar with 1/2 tsp lemon juice in a glass of water three times a day with my meals. I find that it has helped to regulate my high blood pressure. In fact, I make a bottle of this mixture and keep it in my fridge for the day.

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Before using the cream of tartar, find out if you are deficient in potassium. Cream of tartar is a rich source of potassium and the reason it is effective in lowering your blood pressure is simply because you are deficient in potassium. In case you are, it is best to get your potassium through food, like banana and green vegetables.

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