loose 10-20kg weight, eat whole grain only, exercise aggressively i.e. run 5km every couple of days. these are Best nondrug treatment for high blood pressure. also keep fatty liver away. too much medicine also bad for you. Combined antiherptensive and aspirin increase risk of renal injury. Drugs do not correct your underlying metabolic disorder which is too much fat and unhealthy foods and not enough exercise. these drugs are about control and not cure.
Drinking Hibiscus tea helps like being on blood pressure meds. Also I can prove that Chanca Piedra works even better. Really drops BP fast. Seriously folks they are not lying about Chanca Piedra and its ability to lower blood pressure. But if you take antivirals DO NoT take this herb with them. Habiscus and beetroot work great too.
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