The relationship between the microbiota and blood pressure is a complex one. Researchers have identified multiple possible hypotheses to link dysbiosis and hypertension. In Hypertension, the number of “good bacteria” decreased and the number of “bad bacteria” in the gut increased. Studies have also shown that transplant of microbial content from donor hypertensive animals can reproduce hypertension in previously normal (non-hypertension) recipient animals. Studies have clearly identified that a bad microbiome can cause hypertension and also can progressively worsen hypertension.