Has anyone seen blood pressure drop too low while on MMS2 or any other part of the MMS program? Could that be an indication that enough water has not been ingested with MMS2?
BP was taken in the early morning, so hope that is part of the problem. But has never been this low. Pulse rate low as well.
The typical BP is 102/68, this a.m. it was 70/50.
no not once outta several rounds. ,Couple with serrapeptaze it actually brang it up were i was before mssed up. 100 over whatever. i used to be like you for 13 years at 78 over 50 something with a heart beat of 36-42 b.p.m. after strokes. Now heartrate back up. i'll take 50 ,lol. Even more soemtimes. after phenol poisening in the 80s 50 was my average.b.p.m. One time dr. asked me doign the treatmill test all hooked up and i was circuit training for years and couldnt hit my target heart rate. So they asked if i was a triathete or whatever , I said ' i smoke 4 packs a day. lol. but no ashtray on my lifecycle. lol. I quit cigs too .You'll have to excuse me my a.d.d. makes me loquacious..............................Hope it comes back up for you. I do mass supplements too though like Angstrome magnesium. for one mentioned earlier. Thats another amazing tale in it self. .
The low BP normalized in a day or two (for mom, not me). At worst, it was 65/45. Regarding magnesium, I had my mom take a hair analysis test with very strict ranges. We received a supplement plan to get minerals in balance. Unfortunately, supplements are required three times per day, but I can at least sneak one in at the end of the day, long after completion of daily doses. And yes, two products she takes are magnesium and calcium lactate.
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