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High blood pressure is a part of the self-defense mechanism, and therefore, it is a symptom! Not the disease itself.

The prolonged use of antihypertensive drugs contradicts our natural mechanism that tries to compensate for low filtration capacity. The drugs do bring a drop in blood pressure, but at the cost of long-term health damage.

 

The number of people affected by high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past 40 years.

  • Hypertension is prevalent in developing countries in Asia and Africa.
  • According to WHO, nearly half of the adult population suffers from high blood pressure.
  • The World Health Organization attributes high blood pressure to an annual death rate of 7.5 million people, confuses (like everyone else) between symptoms and the causes of the disease. (A symptom of illness cannot cause death.)

 

Hypertension causes.

Hypertension is usually a sign of an unhealthy cumulative lifestyle and diet. (It can be reversed.)

  • Inflammatory processes create sedimentary on the walls of the blood vessels that cause stenosis and lack of flexibility.
  • High blood pressure is a mechanism needed to achieve more efficient blood flow & filtering in major organs such as the Lungs, Kidneys, Liver, Heart & Circulatory systems.  
  • Salt only slightly raises blood pressure; it is not the leading cause of high blood pressure. Most of the salt we consume comes from processed and industrialized foods, not from the cooking salt we add to food. Eating bland food is a mistake! A little aromatic salt will not raise blood pressure significantly.

 

How can I lower my blood pressure and cholesterol naturally?

These two widespread symptoms are related to each other. They are mainly the result of an inflammatory diet that creates a lot of damage to tissues and deposits on the walls of the blood vessels that cause calcification and narrowing of the blood vessels.

  • Varied, natural diet; without industrialized and processed foods. (Which is now a major part of the modern diet)
  • A sharp reduction of animal foods—consuming only natural beverages, without soft drinks, or sugary drinks, including diet drinks.
  • Drinking regularly natural squeezed juices will reduce the inflammations throughout the entire body and blood vessels. 
  • Moderate exercise is essential to lower high blood pressure, as it activates the lymphatic system.
  • Controlled sun exposure is critical to maintaining proper calcium homeostasis. 

 

Hypertension drugs have severe side effects that aggravate the patient's condition in the long run without bringing about a cure.

The main difficulty that people experience in discontinuing or reducing drug treatment for hypertension is fear and the expected response of the attending physician.

 

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