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Reserpine
   
   
 
Reserpine is a naturally occurring drug that has been used for centuries in ancient India. It is extracted from the root of Rauwolfia vomitoria, plants found extensively in Africa. In traditional herbal medicine, the root was brewed as a tea and used in humans to treat hypertension, insanity, snakebite, and cholera. The purified alkaloid, reserpine, was isolated in 1952 and is considered the first modern drug for the treatment of hypertension. Reserpine irreversibly binds to the storage vesicles of neurotransmitters, particularly norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine. Eventually, catecholamine depletion occurs because of the body's inability to store these neurotransmitters.
   
 
  • It is used with or without other medications to treat high blood pressure (hypertension). Lowering high blood pressure helps prevent strokes,
  • It prevent from heart attacks,
  • And it prevents from kidney problems.
  • It works by decreasing certain substances in the body (such as norepinephrine). This causes the blood vessels to relax so that blood can flow more easily and also slows the heart rate. These effects help to lower blood pressure.
   
 
Yohimbe bark is considered a natural herbal product, mostly found in the jungles of the Congo, as well as throughout Nigeria, states the Natural Herbs Guide. The yohimbe is a tree whose bark has long been used in Africa to treat a variety of symptoms and illnesses. The bark of the Yohimbe tree contains an alkaloid that South Africans have used to treat everything from erectile dysfunction to cardiac conditions.