Dua for the treatment of High Blood Pressure

Posted: July 14, 2011 in Duas for Diseases
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  1. Mohammed Bello says:

    Pls explain how to use pls.

    • sabreen rashid says:

      Asalamualikum,
      I am pregnant of 3 Months but having bloodpressure high which surah I should read daily to reduce blood
      pressure.

      • shadaanalam says:

        WALEKUM SALAM, sister, you must read the above dua for treating hihg bp, also since you are pregnant read “Ya Allaho, Ya Haafizo, Ya Qaadiro” daily as much as possible tilll the time of child birth, this will inshallah ease all your sufferings by Allah’s will.

  2. shadaanalam says:

    Dear brother, just click on the pic given above to enlarge it and you will see that it is already written that you need to read it as much as you can and blow on yourself, it is also good if you blow it on water and drink the water, inshallah this will help you. Islamic duas are one of the best ways to help us get rid of all our diseases, You also need to read last three verses of the Quran and Surah Fatiha.

    Hope this helps

  3. Abuahmad says:

    Read this ayah and eat at least 2 cloves of garlic daily mixed it or blenderized with fruits,and ask Allah to return your blood pressure to normal. Your Blood pressure will return to normal, insha Allah.

    Garlic is referred to in verse (2:61) of chapter (2) sūrat l-baqarah (The Cow):

    Sahih International: And [recall] when you said, “O Moses, we can never endure one [kind of] food. So call upon your Lord to bring forth for us from the earth its green herbs and its cucumbers and its garlic and its lentils and its onions.” [Moses] said, “Would you exchange what is better for what is less? Go into [any] settlement and indeed, you will have what you have asked.” And they were covered with humiliation and poverty and returned with anger from Allah [upon them]. That was because they [repeatedly] disbelieved in the signs of Allah and killed the prophets without right. That was because they disobeyed and were [habitually] transgressing.

    Several research studies have found a link between the right type and amount of garlic and a lower blood pressure. In these studies, the average reduction in systolic (top number) blood
    pressure was ~5-8 mm Hg. The studies do show a reduction in diastolic (bottom number) blood pressure, but the decrease isn’t large enough to be statistically significant.

    Garlic provides a variety of substances that may be responsible for this decrease in blood pressure. Some of which are:

    Natural ACE inhibitors (gamma-glutamyl peptides and flavonolic compounds)

    Magnesium (natural calcium channel blocker)

    Phosphorus

    Adenosine

    Allicin

    Sulfer Compounds

    These components promote arterial dilation (widening of the arteries) to make blood flow easier and decrease blood pressure.

    The effectiveness of garlic is dependent on the type, which is determined by preparation and processing. For example, research on rats has shown wild garlic to be most effective. Also, it’s not known if cooked garlic versus fresh garlic provide the same level of benefit. Studies indicate 10,000 mcg of allicin are needed daily to result in a lower blood pressure. To gain 10,000 mcg of allicin you’d need to consume 4 cloves or 4 grams of garlic daily.

    Some easy ways to increase the garlic in your diet:

    Chop fresh garlic and add to stews or a stir-fry.
    Use as a seasoning and add to vegetables, meat, poultry, fish and soup.

    Now, you can’t rely on garlic alone to get your blood pressure back within a normal levels. But including more garlic in your diet is one easy step towards promoting a lower blood pressure

  4. Abuahmad says:

    Read this ayah always in arabic and always ask Allah to return your brothers and sisters’ blood pressure to normal. and eat olive and drink olive oil daily.Your BP will return to Normal, insha Allah.
    “Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The metaphor of His Light is that of a niche in which is a lamp, the lamp inside a glass, the glass like a brilliant star, lit from a blessed tree, an olive, neither of the east nor of the west, its oil all but giving off light even if no fire touches it. Light upon Light. Allah guides to His Light whoever He wills and Allah makes metaphors for mankind and Allah has knowledge of all things. (Qur’an, 24:35)

    Olive Oil and High Blood Pressure
    Dec 1, 2010 | By Alia Butler
    Olive Oil and High Blood Pressure Photo Credit John Foxx/Stockbyte/Getty Images

    High blood pressure occurs when your arteries become filled with plaque from high blood cholesterol levels. The plaque buildup makes it harder for your blood to pump through, thus, increasing your blood pressure. Things you eat can play a role in your high blood pressure and some things such as olive oil have demonstrated an ability to positively affect high blood pressure.
    Basics

    Olive oil contains significant amounts of heart healthy monounsaturated fats. These healthy fats are often recommended as part of a heart healthy diet to decrease bad cholesterol levels. The key to using unsaturated fats to improve your heart health is to replace foods containing saturated fats and trans fats with foods that contain mostly unsaturated fats.By consuming olive oil, you can lower your blood cholesterol levels and the reduction in blood cholesterol can lead to decreases in your blood pressure.
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    Research

    According to a study by the University of Barcelona and reported by Natural News, men who added 25 ml of olive oil to their weekly diet experienced a reduction in systolic blood pressure by as much as 3 percent.

    Research conducted by the University of Naples and reported by International Health News, backed up these findings. The results of their study supported the idea that the consumption of olive oil can be effective at lowering blood pressure. The researchers at the University of Naples reported that the polyphenols found in olive oil may be contributing to the blood pressure lowering qualities.
    Mediterranean Insight

    Traditional Mediterranean diets have been found to reduce your risk of dying as a result of a cardiovascular problem, notes MayoClinic.com. One of the primarily foods consumed in a Mediterranean diet is olive oil. People who consume a Mediterranean diet limit their intake of trans fats and saturated fats, but they promote the intake of foods containing unsaturated fats such as olive oil.

    According to MayoClinic.com, the monounsaturated fats in olive oil also contain high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids and these fatty acids have been shown to keep your heart healthy in a number of ways including lowering blood pressure.
    Tips

    There are things you can do to reap the blood pressure lowering benefits of olive oil. Using non-stick sprays made with olive oil to keep food from sticking to pans. Use olive oil in baked goods instead of other oils. Light olive oil is good for bake goods because it contains all the nutritional benefits, but has a lighter olive oil flavor. Use olive oil as a dip for butter. Mix olive oil into your salads. Sprinkle olive oil over vegetables you are placing on the grill. Spread olive oil on meats before cooking them.
    Cautions

    Consuming olive oil may help you reduce your cholesterol levels, but it is important to remember that olive oil does not offer a complete fix. Having high blood pressure can lead to serious health problems and even death. Therefore, it may be important for you to take steps beyond olive oil to lower your blood pressure beyond. Talk with your doctor about your risks and whether you need to be taking a medication. Also, reduce your salt intake, get exercise, lose weight and avoid cigarette smoking.

    THE OLIVE: A HEALTH-GIVING PLANT

    One of the foods to which attention is drawn in the Qur’an is the olive. Research in recent years has revealed that the olive is not just a delicious food but also represents an important source of good health. In addition to the olive itself, olive oil is also an important source of nutrition. Attention is drawn to the oil of the olive tree in these terms in the Qur’an:

    Allah is the Light of the heavens and the earth. The metaphor of His Light is that of a niche in which is a lamp, the lamp inside a glass, the glass like a brilliant star, lit from a blessed tree, an olive, neither of the east nor of the west, its oil all but giving off light even if no fire touches it. Light upon Light. Allah guides to His Light whoever He wills and Allah makes metaphors for mankind and Allah has knowledge of all things. (Qur’an, 24:35)

    The expression “mubarakatin zaytoonatin” in the above verse describes the olive as being “plentiful, sacred, auspicious, providing countless blessings.” Olive oil, referred to in the term “zaytuha,” is known as one of the most highly recommended types of oil by all experts, especially for coronary and arterial health. Its health benefits may be summarised as follows:

    Benefits for Coronary and Arterial Health:

    Most of the fatty acids in olives and olive oil are mono-unsaturated. Mono-unsaturated fatty acids do not contain cholesterol. Therefore, olive oil does not raise cholesterol levels but instead keeps them under control. Olive oil also contains omega-6 linoleic acid (EFA: essential fatty acid), which is essential for the human body. Due to this feature, health-related bodies (such as The World Health Organization) recommend that at least 30% of the fatty acid consumed in societies in which hardened artery and diabetes levels are high should consist of omega-6. This increases the importance of the olive still further.127
    And by it He makes crops grow for you and olives and dates and grapes and fruit of every kind. There is certainly a Sign in that
    for people who reflect.
    (Qur’an, 16:11)

    Studies in this area have revealed much lower LDL (bad cholesterol) and higher antioxidant levels in people who consume 25 millilitres (about two dessertspoonfuls) of natural olive oil a day for one week.128 Antioxidants are important as they neutralise the harmful substances in the body known as free radicals and prevent cell damage. It has also been established in a great many studies that the consumption of olive oil reduces cholesterol levels and prevents heart disease.129

    Olive oil is also recommended for patients with heart and artery disease since it reduces the level of harmful cholesterol (LDL) in the bloodstream and raises that of useful cholesterol (HDL).130 In countries with high occurrences of heart and artery diseases, saturated fats with high cholesterol content are generally consumed.

    In addition, olive oil does not disrupt the proportion of omega-6 to that of omega-3. It is very important that omega-3 and omega-6 be present in the body at specific levels because any imbalance in these proportions can lead to progression in many diseases, especially those of the heart and immune system and cancer.131 For all these reasons, many people enjoy good health thanks to olive oil. The American Heart Association suggests that in order to reduce the risk of heart disease high mono-unsaturated fats can be an alternative to a 30% reduced fat diet.132

    Cancer Prevention

    One study, published by The Archives of Internal Medicine, showed that women who consume high levels of mono-unsaturated fat have a lower risk of developing breast cancer.133 Another study by scientists at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York demonstrated that b-sitosterol, a fat found in vegetable oils such as olive oil, helps prevent the formation of prostate cancer cells. The researchers concluded that b-sitosterol strengthens the internal communication system of the cell that issues the command for the cells to divide and that cancer can thus be prevented before cell division reaches an uncontrollable level.

    A recent study by doctors at the University of Oxford has shown that olive oil has a protective effect against intestinal cancer. The doctors discovered that olive oil enters into a reaction with stomach acid in order to prevent intestinal cancer from beginning. At the same time, the University of Oxford researchers also established that olive oil reduces the level of bile and raises that of DAO (the enzyme diamine oxidase), thus protecting against abnormal cell growth and cancer.134

    Prevention of Arthritis

    According to researchers’ reports, people who consume large quantities of olive oil and cooked vegetables can have a reduced risk of rheumatic arthritis, a chronic inflammatory disease of the joints.

    Olive Oil Assists Bone Development

    The vitamins E, A, D and K contained in olive oil are particularly important from the point of view of assisting bone development in adults and children, and in strengthening the bones by fixing calcium. It is also recommended for the elderly as it is easily digested and through its minerals, it assists with the use of vitamins in the body. It also prevents calcium loss by stimulating bone mineralisation.135 Bones are the organism’s mineral structure storehouses and an absence of mineral accumulation in the bones can lead to serious complications such as bone softening. Olive oil has a most beneficial effect on the skeleton in this regard.

    Prevention of Aging

    Since the vitamins contained in olive oil have a cell renewing effect they are also employed in the treatment of the elderly, as well as nourishing and protecting the skin. As foodstuffs are transformed into energy in our bodies, certain substances known as oxidants are formed. With the high levels of anti-oxidants it contains, olive oil prevents damage by harmful substances, renews our cells and delays aging in the tissues and organs. Olive oil is also rich in vitamin E, which suppresses the free radicals that destroy the cells in our bodies and cause aging.

    Contribution to Child Development

    Due to the linoleic acid (omega-6 fatty acid) contained in olives and olive oil, these are a most healthy food for newborn babies and growing children. A deficiency in linoleic acid leads to the emergence of a retardation of development in babyhood and various skin disorders.

    Olive oil contains anti-oxidant elements that prevent the destructive effects of harmful substances in our bodies, and fatty acids of great importance to human health. These support the hormones and assist in cell membrane formation.

    Olive oil possesses a balanced polyunsaturated compound at a similar level to that in human milk. Olive oil is a sufficient source of these fatty acids, which cannot be obtained from the human body but which are of the most essential importance to it. These factors make olive oil very important for new-born babies.

    Since it contributes to the natural development of the baby’s brain and nervous system before and after birth, olive oil is the only oil recommended for mothers by experts. As well as containing similar levels of linoleic acid to those of mother’s milk, when olive oil is added to fatless cow’s milk, it becomes as natural a food source as mother’s milk itself.

    Blood Pressure Reduction

    One study published in the 27 March 2000 edition of Archives of Internal Medicine once more stressed the beneficial effect of olive oil on high blood pressure. Medicines to reduce high blood pressure are also made from olive leaves.

    Benefits for the Internal Organs

    Whether consumed hot or cold, olive oil protects the stomach against diseases such as gastritis and ulcers by reducing gastric acid levels.136 In addition to this, by activating the bile, it makes it perfect. It regulates the discharge of the gall bladder and reduces the risk of bile stone formation.137 Moreover, thanks to the chloride it contains, it also assists the functioning of the liver and thus helps the body eliminate waste products. In addition, it also has a beneficial effect on the brain arteries.138

    On account of all these properties, olive oil has attracted considerable expert attention in recent years.139 Some of the comments made by experts are as follows:

    Jean Carper, a prominent authority in the field of health and nutrition, the CNN award-winning correspondent, columnist and author of The Food Pharmacy and Food-Your Miracle Medicine:

    New Italian research finds olive oil contains antioxidants… that combat disease processes, including LDL cholesterol’s ability to clog arteries.

    Pat Baird, a dietician and nutrition consultant:

    I love the whole idea of olive oil’s versatility… the more we know about it, the more we learn about its great contribution to good health.

    Dr. Dimitrios Trichopoulos, chairman of the Department of Epidemiology, Harvard University School of Public Health:

    American women might actually experience as much as a fifty percent (50%) reduction in breast cancer risk if they consumed more olive oil in place of saturated fats.

    Olive oil has a protective effect against some types of malignant tumors: prostate, breast, colon, squamous cell, and oesophageal.

    D. Peck of the School of Medicine, University of Miami:

    Olive oil has been shown to strengthen the immune system in mice…

    Bruno Berra of the Institute of General Physiology and Biological Chemistry, University of Milan:

    … [T]he minor polar components of extra virgin olive oil increase significantly the resistance of LDL to oxidation.

    A.A. Rivellese, G. Riccardi and M. Mancini of the Institute of Internal Medicine and Metabolic Diseases at Federico II University, Naples:

    Olive oil prevents insulin resistance and ensures better control of the glucose in the blood.

    Patrizia Galletti of the Second University of Naples, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery:

    Dietary intake of olive oil polyphenols may lower the risk of reactive oxygen metabolite-mediated diseases such as some gastrointestinal diseases and atherosclerosis. Olive oil hydroxytyrosol protects human erythrocytes against oxidative damage.

    Frank Sacks of the Harvard School of Public Health:

    An olive-oil-rich diet is more effective than a low-fat diet in controlling and treating obesity. Moreover, it leads to longer-lasting weight loss and it is easier to keep to…

    As we have seen, a great many scientists today think that an olive oil-based diet constitutes the ideal nutritional model. It is stated that on account of these properties, olives and olive oil should be the fundamental constituents of every meal in one’s daily nutrition programme. The benefits of the olive plant, emphasised by Allah in many verses of the Qur’an, have been discovered in parallel to the advances made by medical science.

    It is He Who sends down water from the sky. From it you drink and from it come the shrubs among which you graze your herds. And by it He makes crops grow for you and olives and dates and grapes and fruit of every kind. The

  5. tahir waseem says:

    plz ye bta dain k cloves of garlic kaise khani hain

  6. Somara says:

    JazakALLAH khair

  7. amina says:

    My daughter is pregnant n she is sufferin on n off with high pressure. Please make dua. She alreAdy had 2 miscarriages

    • shadaanalam says:

      May Allah ease your daughter’s sufferings. Please ask her to recite “Ya Mubdio” 99 times while keeping her hand on her tummy, inshallah she will not suffer from miscarraige.

  8. noor says:

    i need islamic duas for treatment of common diseases

  9. Rafiu mohammed says:

    Salal alaikum, pls am a young muslim adult suffering from high blood pressure pls i need dua that i will b reading to lower my blood pressure

  10. Rafiu mohammed says:

    Am a young muslim adult suffering from high blood pressure pls which dua would i need to recite

  11. abduljaleel says:

    hi pls inform me islamic medicine and dua for cholastrol

  12. Shelia Defreitas says:

    If you are concerned about your blood pressure there are different types of medication you can take to help control or lower your pressure. You might try some lifestyle changes first before opting for medicine. Remember that sometimes medicine is the only way you might be able to lower it. Different lifestyle changes do not always work on their own. First you might consider your diet. Do you consider yourself a healthy eater? Do you think you have a pretty healthy diet? Your diet could be affecting your blood pressure. High amounts of salt and sodium intake can raise your blood pressure. Try to limit your salt intake and eat more fresh fruits and vegetables. If you love salt, consider substituting it with a different seasoning. There are so many different kinds of seasonings available you can easily find something to your liking.,

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