Supplements & My Product Reviews


The Supplement landscape can be a difficult one to navigate through.  Generally speaking not all supplements are created equal, and this is just as true of those which are designed to help manage blood pressure (BP).  Unlike the pharmaceutical industry, the world of supplements is not well regulated.  As such some BP supplements may not live up to their billing due to possible quality control issues, like impurity of ingredients used, or because their so-called effectiveness is based merely on anecdotal evidence or testimonials on the website where they were purchased.

A quick search on the Internet for Blood Pressure Supplements returns the following:

                        Over 16 million results returned  - hard to know where to start, isn’t it?

This is where I can lend a hand …  My goal is to help others find the supplements for the control of BP naturally which actually work, and also to find the least expensive options, if possible.  The best way to do this is to offer comprehensive reviews of the different supplements available. 

You may have already tried one or more of the products I am reviewing, and if so it would be great to get some feedback from you regarding the experience you’ve had with the supplement you’ve used.

Product Review Requests?

Is there a particular product you would like me to review?  If so, please let me know in the commments section below and I will be pleased to complete a review of it in the near future. 🙂


  1. mariane white

    systolic and dyastolic both reduced supposedly to 115/75…”? iS THIS LOWER LEVEL ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY?

    1. Nick (Post author)

      Hi Mariana. Thanks for visiting my site and for your question. Personally I do not believe that the lower levels shown on the wrist monitor on the Peak BP Platinum webpage are necessary for everyone. That would be an ideal BP reading for sure. However, conventionally 120/80 has rated as Normal BP for Adults. 110/70 is seen as optimum, but realistically unless you are prone to lower BP, already on some prescription medications or you have just finished a strenuous workout at the gym then your BP is unlikely to register that low. Speaking for myself (I am 61) I am quite happy with an BP which averages around 120-125/80-85 because my lifestyle involves staying active, eating sensibly, controlling stress and not being overly concerned that I don’t have the perfect BP all the time. I rarely even measure a perfect 40mm/hg gap between systolic and diastolic! That’s okay, as BP is dynamic and naturally fluctuates throughout the day anyway. I hope this answered your question, Mariane. If not please let me know and I would be happy to discuss it further. Many thanks.