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I want to when myself off of my BP medication ?

I want to wean myself off of my blood pressure medication safely. How do I do this? I want to wean myself off of my blood pressure medication safely. How do I do this?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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I shall make a suggestion, but obviously talk to your doctor about this. I only recommend this because this is what my best friend's Aunt did (my friend is a doctor, by the way). Anyway, her aunt was on 3 different medications. By the recommendation of adding ViaViente (a 100% natural whole food health juice) to her diet, she is now down to one medication. Additionally, last summer, my husband's doctor wanted to prescribe my husband high blood pressure medication. He was not happy to hear that he had to take meds and he is only 38 years old. So, also by the recommendation of my friend, he added ViaViente to his diet. After 3 weeks, my husband's blood pressure went from the 140s to 117. It has now been 3 months and his BP is at a pretty stable 110. ViaViente has been clinically proven to lower blood pressure. It is a whole food, so it does not react with medications. It is also backed by independent 3rd party research to quantitatively be the leader in health juice products. It's great for preventative health maintenance as well as combatting various ailments. We highly recommend it.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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