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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 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 which 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.

  • 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 Lungs, Kidneys, Liver, Heart & Circulatory system.  
  • Hypertension is usually a sign of an unhealthy cumulative lifestyle. (It can be reversed.)


Inflammations and a unhealthy diet and lifestyle are the leading cause of high blood pressure.

Hypertension drugs create addiction and severe side effects that aggravate the condition of the patient without bringing about a cure.


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