Millions of patients are being OVERDOSED with blood pressure medication, study reveals

Often touted as a “silent killer,” hypertension or high blood pressure affects some 1.13 billion people worldwide — that’s around one in three adults in the United States. If you are on blood pressure medication, then chances are you are being overdosed. A new first-of-its-kind study showed that smaller doses are just as effective as a standard dose, but with fewer side effects.

Hypertension is not to be taken lightly. If left untreated it can lead to serious problems such as heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, and vascular dementia, reported the Daily Mail Online. Hypertension is characterized by blood pressure levels that are consistently at or above 140 mmHg for systolic pressure and/or 90 mmHg for diastolic pressure.

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Alchemy of Power: The Pharma Industry — Its History, Its Drugs, And How It Manipulates The World

During the Middle Ages, knowledge about the healing properties of plants mainly came from druids and witches. These people knew about nature and healing and could treat health problems such as inflammation or small wounds with simple mixtures of leaves and herbs. But this eventually made them a threat to the Church.

Catholicism was very powerful and did not accept any solutions to disease other than prayer, obedience, and generous financial donations. Even if there was no cure available for a disease during a person’s lifetime on Earth, a great life in heaven was promised to them afterwards. So druids, witches, and their natural remedies represented a threat to this model. Labeled as evil, they were brutally eradicated.

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