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Sunday, August 14, 2011

Control Hypertension, Naturally

In a variety of tests, garlic and onions (members of the allium family) have been shown to reduce cholesterol, high blood pressure and the incidence of flu.

Alan Tsai, Ph.D., Michigan School of Health has tested rats and humans for the effects of garlic on cholesterol levels. He fed test groups high cholesterol diets, with one group receiving garlic. Those who consumed garlic had cholesterol levels that rose about 4 percent, as opposed to those without garlic whose cholesterol levels rose 23 percent.

Allicin is responsible for lipid-lowering, anti-blood coagulation, anti-hypertension, anti-cancer, antioxidant and anti-microbial effects

The TONIC Nutritional Garlic Supplement is made from the original centuries-old recipe first given to prevent colds and flu. Containing large concentrations of garlic formulated to deliver maximum protective benefits with absolutely no unpleasantness. Garlic is a scientifically proven panacea for the human body.

Cause of Hypertension: A diet high in sugar, fats, and salt can cause high blood pressure. The use of alcohol, and caffeine, smoking obesity, inactivity, pregnancy, the use of birth control pills, smoking, and heavy metal poisoning can also be root causes of high blood pressure.

What is High Blood Pressure?
-blood circulates through the body
-presses against the walls of the arteries.
-pressure becomes too high distorts arterial walls
-narrow or thicken placing stress, extra burden on the heart.
-High blood pressure is one of the leading causes of kidney failure

Who Gets High Blood Pressure?
More than 50 million Americans suffer from Hypertension.

Medications & Side-Effects:
brown/dark urine; death; stroke; organ failure; muscle problems; kidney failure; weakness; nausea
-Caduet, Lipitor, Norvasc  
Vomiting; yellow skin & eyes; diarrhea

The TONIC Nutritional Garlic Supplement contains: Garlic; Lemons; Apple Cider Vinegar for "Good Health, Naturally."
This is not medicine or medical advice. Nutritional supplements may react adversely with over-the-counter and prescription drugs. Consult the prescribing health-care provider before taking nutritional supplements and for the diagnosis and treatment of all illness and medical concerns.

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