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#86 Figs (64 non-drug ways to lower blood pressure)

Figs are high in fibre, and minerals.  They also contain essential fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6. Furthermore, there is  phytosterol in dried figs,  which help in reducing cholesterol.  I haven’t seen fig leaves for sale, but they appear to also have unique health benefits.

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#85 Melons (64 ways to reduce blood pressure without drugs)

So far, my water melon eating seems to be having a good effect … and surprise, I ‘ve dropped a pound in the last week.   When I was picking up water melon at the store they had honey melon and perfect melons on sale, so...

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#84 Watermelon and Sardines (64 non-drug ways to lower blood pressure)

My mother told me about article she read in the scientific american on NO (Nitric Oxide) production in the body, and its role in High blood pressure. At the bottom of the article apparently was add about some Canadian company Neogensis.  ...

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#83 Propolis – (64 Non-Drug ways to lower blood pressure)

Propolis is a an aromatic material collected by bees from the growing parts of trees. Bees use it inside the beehive for disinfection, gluing, and stuffing cracks.  Chemical analysis shows that it is a complex material consisting of 50 – 60 % resins and balms,...

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#82 Renal Denervation System (64 non-drug ways to treat high blood pressure).

Renal Denervation system is minimal invasive surgical procedure where catheters are placed into the arteries that feed the kidneys and specially designed wires in catheters that then destroy the nerves that run on the outside of these arteries. It appears that this can...

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#81 Autogenic Training (64 non-drug ways to lower blood pressure).

What is autogenic training? Autogenic Therapy, was originally developed by the German Neuro-Psychiatrist Dr. Johannes Schultz in the 1920s.   Roughly,  Autogenic training (AT) is a technique that teaches your body to relax  to your mental commands. These commands “tell” your body to relax and control...

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reducing meds

The other day, I had change in routine, and I forgot to my blood pressure medicine.  I was off away from my mediation and it was later in the day when I got around to taking my blood pressure.  To my surprise it was a...

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#80 adopt I’ll do whatever it takes attitude

The other day, I was reading this story about this lady.  She was 27 years old, with two small children, and she was having problems.  She finally went to emergency and refused to leave, ( after 36 hours) a doctor gave her a CAT scan,...

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#79 Uric acid level control

In some people, high uric acid levels are linked with heart disease and high blood pressure.   Certain, foods high purine compounds can be a cause.  In particular consumption of large amounts of meat can be bad.  Lowering body weight also appears to lower uric acid...

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Eating Celery to Lower Blood Pressure

(by Frank) — I have been living with high blood pressure for a number of years. I am 78 years old. I ran into Dr. Julian Whitaker through a flyer that I received in the mail....

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