Hello, I've always had a very low pressure, and in the last year I've noticed that it will sometimes increase significantly. It is probably a fluctuating type. I searched for information and hit your site. I would like to know if you would recommend using ginseng root in this case. Sincerely, Libuše.
Hello, Mrs. Libuse.
I have been forwarded to your inquiry. It seems that your fluctuating increased blood pressure may not be one of the most common types of hypertension. This is why I fully refer to what I have been saying in response to another interviewer about the need for an enlightened physician to use adaptogens for the treatment of serious indications:
You can find more answers to my questions on the page: Readers' Questions
My more general summary of the effect of ginseng on hypertension can be found here: Ginseng Causes Extension of Blood and Blood Pressure Reduction
Otherwise, in your inquiry about your fluctuating blood pressure, you do not write enough detail to tell you anything more specific about your problem. One thing you seem to do right: You regularly measure your blood pressure, otherwise you could not know that you will only be raised sometimes. This gives you a better chance of cure than it is with hypertension. I wish you to find your enlightened physician of knowledgeable medicinal herbs and adaptogens and to overcome your health problems.