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Is it possible to control high BP without medication?

I have high blood pressure and cant take medication for it is there anything else that wil work? I have high blood pressure and cant take medication for it is there anything else that wil work?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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Please, please consider consulting a Homoeopath. I treat a LOT of patients with hypertension - some have presented with extremely high readings. All are fed up with conventional medicines & the side effects & after some treatment with homeoopathy, their blood pressure is within normal limits & well controlled. Visit to find a registered practitioner local to you. I assure you that you will get good results but you need to bear in mind that the treatment is about finding the correct homoeopathic remedy for you with your blood pressure problems & not about finding a remedy for your blood pressure. Your hypertension is a RESULT of an underlying imbalance & it's this that needs treatment. Conventional medicine fails to understand this point entirely. I have many, many satisfied ex-hypertensive patients who are very pleased not to have to take drugs any more.
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