High blood pressure is today a very common ailment and is also something for which there is no effective treatment in modern conventional medicine. The only medicines that are available are ones which require lifelong continuation. The penalty for doing so is widely acknowledged by the scientific community worldwide. However, additional proprietary research on specific types of medication used to artificially lower blood pressure has produced new observations of side-effects hitherto not acknowledged or identified in Europe and North America.
OUR PERSPECTIVE ON THE DISEASE
WHAT OUR PATIENTS EXPERIENCE WITH OUR TREATMENT?
Hypertension cases (Random List of Positive Outcomes)
It has become evident from our research that there is a very strong correlation between the use of allopathic blood pressure medicines and the incidents of Renal Failure. Certain age groups and Blood pressure ranges are significantly more vulnerable to these medicines than others. This is contrary to the prevalent idea that Renal failures are happening because of the blood pressure - this is being confirmed by our research. In other words very few hypertension (blood pressure) patients who are not treated with allopathic blood pressure lowering medicines develop renal failure - whereas when blood pressure is lowered artificially using the conventional medicine the chances of developing renal failure is very high and is particularly highest for patients of certain age group with a particular BP range.
They are able to discontinue all conventional Blood pressure medicines that they were supposed to have taken for the rest of their lives.
In spite of that they remain free from the symptoms of high blood pressure
Their BP remains low or even if it rises temporarily because of the withdrawal of the conventional medicines they begin to come down steadily.
Where relevant the pathological parameters responsible for the blood pressure like triglycerides, cholesterol, etc. also begin to gradually fall to lower levels.
- Subsequently, after a period of time even our medicines are discontinued and the BP levels continue to remain low.
Alongside our medicines there are some very simple management advice provided which also helps in the treatment.
|S.NO||PATIENT INITIALS||SEX||AGE||CASE DETAILS *|
|1||MS MD||F||58||BP reduced from 180/100 to 135/80, using our medicines, after withdrawing all allopathic medicines|
|2||Mr JB||M||67||High blood pressure, Diabetes Mellitus Under our treatment since 2000. >>>> BP was 190/110, now it is 145/85. PPBS was 185 now it is 121.|
|3||Mr GCD||M||50||>>>> B.P. is 136/90 postoperative complications of Bypass Surgery|
|4||Mrs SC||F||76||>>>> was hypertensive for 30 years - we stopped all allopathic medicines - now BP 130/80|
|5||Mr JC||M||53||BP reduced from 190/110 to 135/80 - after withdrawing all allopathic medicines. Spondylosis pains >>>|
|6||Mrs MH||F||36||Hypertension Grade III >>> Now B.P is 145/90|
|7||Mr JCS||M||53||>> Earlier B.P. was 180/96, now it is 165/80|
- Each > represents an expression of the fact that the patient is 25% better than when she/he started the treatment with us.