Celery for high blood pressure, a personal experience

Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience

I tried a 2,000-year old remedy.
Unfortunately, after 10 weeks of this treatment, I developed dizziness and sleep difficulties.
On my return to the hospital treament, my blood pressure was 170 – 90 mmHg and the doctor told me that it was a near-stroke condition.
Taking hospital pills once a day, the doctor set a control limit at 140 – 80 mmHg., allowing for old age. Every 3 – 4 months my kidneys are being monitored.

Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience

Blood pressure drops instantly after a 2 – Km walk

Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience

Celery for high blood pressure, a personal experience

I tried a 2,000-year old remedy.
Unfortunately, after 10 weeks of this treatment, I developed dizziness and sleep difficulties.
On my return to the hospital treament, my blood pressure was 170 - 90 mmHg and the doctor told me that it was a near-stroke condition.
Taking hospital pills once a day, the doctor set a control limit at 140 - 80 mmHg., allowing for old age. Every 3 - 4 months my kidneys are being monitored.

Blood pressure drops instantly after a 2 - Km walk
http://youtu.be/TphWuWw3qEo

Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience
Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience
Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience
Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience
Celery For High Blood Pressure, A Personal Experience

5 thoughts on “Celery for high blood pressure, a personal experience

  1. @Burleyson After 4 weeks, the treatment seemed promising, and I continued.
    On week 10, however, my blood pressure was 170 – 90 and I had dizziness and
    sleep difficulty. So I quit and went to the hospital. I was told that my
    condition was near stroke. I suspected that celery I took in later weeks
    contained insecticide (I live in Thailand)

  2. The best treatment I have used to lower my blood pressure effectively is
    taking Potassium & Magnesium together, as this is what Emergency Rooms give
    to patients by IV to lower it quickly. Before taking this mineral combo,
    take your blood pressure and write it down. Start with a small dose and
    monitor your blood pressure every hour. Increase or decrease according to
    your readings. It worked super quick for me, so give it a try and private
    message me your results. Good luck to you all! =)

  3. Also important to test for food sensitivities!! You can do this by
    monitoring your pulse at home for free. It is called ‘The Pulse Test’.
    Here is a diary of someone who is testing this technique and found out
    that she is intolerant to carrots and tomatoes (lots of info).
    cheap-health-revolution (dot) com/food-intolerance.html

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