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 Does green tea help flush your system out when you're sick?
And therefore help you get better quicker?...

 I have 2 blisters on the inside of my top right eyelid, its swollen and very painful, what could it be?

 what causes numbness and tingling in my left thigh only?

 i need help a.s.a.p bout some pills?
i had took over 45 pills in less that 3 days && i took any ones i can find & now my heart has been beating so fast it wont stop& it feels like its gunna pop out what isz happeninq?...

 how do i quit smoking pot?
i am 17 and its my junior year in high school. i started smoking about 2 years ago. but i started smoking a lot more (i guess you could say that this is when i got addicted) this past summer. i don�...

 Why would they prescribe medication that isn't 100% effective or safe?
I was recently raped and I was prescribed two medications: Combivir and Keletra. They are HIV prevention medications, however are not 100% effective or safe. They have side effects such as: vomiting, ...

 can anyone help please?
Hi my father who is in his 50's gets really bad leg aches, he's been to the doctors and hospital for check ups, they don't really say anything or have answers. What could this be? and ...

 whats your perfect hangover cure?
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 Natural remedy for toe-nail fungus?
All the medicines have bad side effects.........

 What are some good remedies for the common cold?
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 i think i may need to go to rehab?
I smoke weed a lot, like everyday..
i know i'm addicted..
and i drink too, when i go to parties..
i'm about to turn 15 in like 12 days.
and like..ex friends keep telling ...

 I've tried every medication to natural sedation to even teas and still no sleep. I need help please!?

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 Is the drung proxyphene a narcotic?
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 What does smoking pot actually do to you?
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 natural remedies for constipation?
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 Are there any natural supplements or alternatives that might help with the memory?
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What is the BEST non-prescription blood pressure supplement?
Ginko-Biloba. Hawthorne Berry. Co-Q-10. Garlic. Each claims to lower blood pressure but which is either the 'best' for reducing blood pressure or the best 'combination' for reducing blood pressure? Each of the prescription BP meds I've been prescribed caused complications: bruising, labored breathing (I'm asthmatic), hives, etc and I am desperate to get my BP down.

you can try Mangosteen juices from Xango,pleas read at Xango in the internet,is a new stuff,even for your asthma.

the best way to control your BP is to control your blood sugar levels...check the below website for more information..hope will help

How may meds has the doc tried. There are tons of meds to lower BP so don't let the doc stop with just one or two drug trials. Also help ease your asthma by getting rid of the toxic cleaning and laundry products in your home and switching to all natural cleaners and laundry products. All those toxic chemicals aggrivate your asthma. Garlic and Co-Q 10 would be my choice as a natural supplement to help lower your BP but be SURE to check with your doctor first.

-Add a teaspoon of honey and 5-8 drops of apple cider vinegar to a cup of hot water, and drink it in the early morning. It helps to reduce cholesterol, maintains vasodilation, and helps to regulate blood pressure.
-Exercise regularly. Try 20-30 minutes of brisk walking.

take 1 hawthorne berry twice a day,,, 565 mg. each
take 2 oder free garlic twice a day,,,,1200 mg each
take 1 natural vitamin E per day ,,,,4oo IU
take 1 salmon oil ( omega-3 ) twice a day ,,,, 1000 mg.
Most important drink one 8 ounce glass of LOW SODIUM V/8 or cambells tomato juice twice a day.
Its the Potassium in the juice that makes the rest of it work.
do not take potassium in pill form,,,,it wont work

sOuL dOcToR
I would recommend these three Homeopathic Remedies par excellence to lower blood pressure without any side effects or complications, BRYONIA ALBA, NATRIUM MUR and AURUM MET all three in 30 potency to be taken thrice a day half hour before meals take them for three days at least and let me know your progress and conditions, By the grace of God you will be feeling fine after a few doses. Or you can visit a good Homeopathic Physician in your locality for a detailed check up and prescription. All Homeopathic Remedies are available over the counter in most countries and are the safest to take and they do not require a doctors prescription. 100% free of side effects or complications.
Take Care and God Bless you !

anonymous user
Those supplements are an excellent start, in any combination. Use good brands and you can't go wrong. The most expensive does not necessarily mean the best.
Ginkgo Biloba highly popular worldwide for its antioxidant, *circulation-promoting, and memory-enhancing properties. Researchers are excited about the positive effects Ginkgo Biloba has shown in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, peripheral vascular insufficiency affecting vision, *hypertension, angina, and impaired cerebral blood flow.
Hawthorn Berry is a natural drug for organic and functional heart disorders such as dyspnea, rapid and feeble heart action, hypertrophy, valvular insufficiency sufficiency, and heart oppression.
If the heart, its valves, and other working parts are in a weakened condition and need quick help, use this great heart food or tonic to assist it back to health.
Coenzyme Q10 is essential to human life. It plays a role in the electron transport chain, one of the body's energy-producing cycles that converts food into energy. Research indicates that supplementation with this nutrient will support normal *heart function and provide antioxidant protection.
Garlic intake has been linked with lowering blood pressures. Take either enteric coated capsules or fresh garlic cloves. Allicin is thought to be the ingredient that brings down the blood pressure.
Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure. Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of arteries as it flows through them. Arteries are the blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood from the heart to the body's tissues.
Hypertension is an abnormal increase of blood pressure in the arteries continuing over a period of time. It occurs when the arterioles, the small blood vessels that branch off from the arteries, become constricted.
Lifestyle changes that will reduce blood pressure include:

*Reduce table salt intake, use Sea-Salt instead.
*Reduce bad-fat intake.
*Lose weight.
*Exercise regularly.
*Don't smoke.
*Don't use alcohol.
*Avoid stress.
Medicate Naturally
Natural remedies will lower and prevent hypertension. Aromatherapy as a treatment option uses essential oils either inhaled from a bottle in times of anxiety or massaged daily into the skin at bedtime in the area beneath the collarbone. Blue chamomile and lavender are known for their stress relief and relaxation effects.
"Let Food Be Your Medicine....." - Hippocrates
Food therapy has been shown to affect blood pressure. Muscles that regulate blood pressure have been noted to dilate with the intake of celery; celery juice has also been found to have a mild diuretic effect. Eating fresh fruits and vegetables, which are high in potassium and magnesium, lowers systemic sodium and fluid levels in the circulatory system. A 2001 study showed that reducing intake of sodium decreases blood pressure in participants with or without hypertension.
Relax & Meditate
Relaxation and meditation can help lower blood pressure. Focusing on relaxing music can also slow the heart rate and lower blood pressure, as can imagery.
Switching to a good near vegetarian natural diet would be a good place to start, there is no downside to eating right. More fiber, less sugar and fat, and more fruits, vegetables and grains are all great for the heart.

*Brewer's Yeast
*Calcium & Magnesium: citrate, gluconate, or amino acid chelated form.
*Wheat germ
*Omega 3 Oils
*Vitamin C
*Vitamin E
*Vitamin B-complex
*Drink Lots of Good Water

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