This very much depends on the brand of circulation booster your mother is using. I would recommend that you check the literature on the packaging and also check with your GP or Pharmacist prior to taking this supplement.
Whilst there are several brands available which permit use with high blood pressure, other deciding factors include blood pressure medication and any other medication taken at the same time.
I hope this is of some guidance to you.
Answered by Health at Hand nurses.
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