How To TELL Your High Blood Pressure to go Down
How To TELL Your High Blood Pressure to go Down

Wouldn’t it be great if you could just say “Blood pressure go down!” and it would behave?  Although this may sound farfetched, the truth is that there are indeed many ways to do just that.

Modern medicine likes to build walls between our minds and bodies, when the truth is that everything is deeply interconnected.

In this video, we’ll take a closer look at the mind-body connection and go through some real-life examples of things that you can do to control your blood pressure naturally.

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New Rochelle, NY – 17 June 2012

Dear Andy:

….First of all, I wanted to let you know that i like your approach very much.
Your video clips are short, to the point and …. uplifting.

I do have an elevated/high blood pressure and, now some eight or ten years ago, my doctor put me on beta blockers. I have been taking these till about seven months ago and finally stopped them gradually because I ran out of supplies, but also the side effects began to bother me. I started to develop Peyronies disease.

The development of side effects really put me on a path of thinking that there must be other ways to go about this. And I was also convinced that the various doctors, here in the US and New Zealand, where we lived for the past three years, prescribe mere to cover their a… rather than that they prescribe something that is really good for you.

Also, I use and prefer predominantly homeopathic preparations…..

I am determined to solve my issues drug free …..

PS. I am sixty four, and apart from the blood pressure issue actually very healthy

Kind regards,

Frank B.

“Upon moving from sea level to 7500 feet, after 1 year I noticed my blood pressure had gone up considerably. Your course has taught me how to breathe properly. I am 67 years old and while my pressure is still a little high upon awakening, it is quite normal during the day. No drugs for me.
Thanks, Ron V” Evergreen, Colorado