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Increasing Aldosterone
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This page is a summary of notes on non-prescription factors that may help raise aldosterone. This may be needed because of low levels or because of reduction due to prolonged use of Benicar or other ARBs.

  • Postural stimulus (1 hr of active orthostasis) is an efficient and simple means of increasing aldosterone production.

  • Sodium depletion by either a low sodium diet (10 mmol/day for 3-4 days) increases aldosterone secretion via the renin-angiotensin system.

  • Herbs

    • Licorice

    • Gotu kola

    • Ginseng

    • Borage

    • Hawthorne Berries

    • Reduce Sugar consumption

    • Sarsaparilla

    • Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)

    • L-Tyrosine

    • Astragalus
       

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