According to the estimations provided by the World Health Organization (WHO), cardiovascular disease (CVD) is causing the death approximately 17.9 million individuals per year. Several herbal products have been investigated for their potential to perform various actions, including those that are hypolipidemic, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, hypotensive, and antiplatelet. It has been revealed that certain antioxidants, including green tea, garlic, flaxseed, grape seed extract, milk thistle, Artichoke extract, Berberine and others, positively impact the heart's health. It has grown increasingly common to use supplements made from herbs as an alternate or complementary method of bolstering cardiovascular health; however, the extent to which these supplements work and whether they are safe can vary. Although additional research is needed to determine their usefulness and safety prior to use, this article highlights a variety of herbs that have been shown to have cardioprotective effects
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