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Re: High blood pressure 22 Jul 2012 21:43 #20271

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By the way, I love Garlic!
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Re: High blood pressure 23 Jul 2012 00:34 #20274

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jorge, how much alcohol do you put the garlic into - I'm assuming that it's 500mL? (That's around 2 cups) And do you use the whole head, chopped up fine?

We don't have pharmacy alcohol, and the everclear at 181 proof, which would be 90% is something regular people can't buy. Can I use a lesser proof/percent of alcohol?

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Re: High blood pressure 23 Jul 2012 01:13 #20276

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Pam,
You can use up to 30% water mixed with ethyl alcohol (or 70% pure ethyl alcohol), and do the mixture with fine chopped garlic in a 500 mL plastic bottle.
We do use the original alcohol bottle, but we remove a little alcohol to make room to chopped garlic.
Even when garlic it is not chopped very fine, it is OK, since alcohol can enter and get the garlic properties anyway.
A person that has alcohol troubles, can replace alcohol with pure olive oil.
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Jorge
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Re: High blood pressure 04 Aug 2012 18:48 #20815

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BP is one of those things that may take longer - and is not 100% guaranteed <sigh>. My intermittant HBP never remitted on either MMS or CDS, will be honest.

I ended up using Carditone (OTC ayurvedic herbal prep, got it at the health food store. Worked fine for me, although the ayurvedic doc I was seeing at the time (his family actually MAKES Carditone from herbs grown in India) said that for some people who had already been on HBP meds, sometimes Carditone didn't work as well. It has the herb that is used for lisinopril. I've been off it now for 3 weeks or so and should test my BP to see if it has come back up. If it has, I'm going to move to Divya Mukta Vati


Hi Pam,
It's been awhile since I've looked at the board. So happy to hear that Carditone did work for you! It's still working wonderfully for my hubby! He's even reduced his intake to one a day so now the cost is under $12 a month! Sure can't beat that! :-) Hope you have good luck with Divya Mukta Vati. Why did you switch? I wanted to correct a post you made regarding 'lisinopril' being an ingredient in Carditone. According to Carditone's site, it's not. Here's a list of what they say is in it;

Major components of Carditone include Convolvulus P 100mg, Arjuna 100mg, Tribulus T 100mg, Rauwolfia 50mg. and Magnesium Aspartate 200 mg. Other notable ingredients are in a base of Rose Powder, Boehavia Diffusa, Parval (Indian Coral), Binding Material Dicalcium Phosphate, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate, and Silicon Dioxide. These ingredients impeccably blended so well resulted into a real tablet intended for those who have blood pressure problems. It has Rauwolfia serpentina, considered a vital healing aid to promote healthy blood pressure.

www.carditone.com
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Re: High blood pressure 04 Aug 2012 23:00 #20822

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As I understand it, all drugs come from separating out the active principles found in various herbs, etc. Lisinopril, I've been told, is the drug made from the active ingredient of the herb rawulfia. Which is in carditone. I don't think I said Lisinopril was in carditone.

I'm going to divya mukti because I was on 3 carditone a day and it got my bp down nicely, but when I went off, the BP went back up. I'm hoping the divya mukti will not have that same effect. It's different herbs.
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Re: High blood pressure 05 Aug 2012 00:24 #20826

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In re-reading what you wrote, you are correct Pam. Maya copa!

It does take a couple of months before you can wean yourself way way down on Carditone, but some have even gotten down to 1/2 tablet every three days, so it does improve conditions enough to put some distance between you and it. Read the reviews on Amazon for Carditone! They are amazing! Maybe you pushed things too soon??? Just something to consider.

Here's a link listing the ingredients in Mukta Vati and a stateside place to order it from for future reference so you don't have to wait so long to get it.
www.herbs2healyou.com/8herbs.html
This place also has free shipping. My hubby thinks it's too expensive and time consuming to take due to needing 2 tablets three times a day. One bottle won't get you through but 20 days. Wishing you well Pam. Still love your photo! It always brings a smile to my face.
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Re: High blood pressure 05 Aug 2012 02:49 #20829

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Well, I'm trying to be flexible - if the divya mukta vati doesn't work, I'll go back to carditone.

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Re: High blood pressure 26 Feb 2021 21:10 #68093

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Hello, I am new to the forum and new to CDS. having only used MMS in the past. I apologize, I had a moment of pure panic when a faulty blood pressure cuff gave me a ridiculously high reading and posted here asking advice. I hope I did not mislead anyone. I have since discovered that the cuff was seriously miscalibrated. Abject apologies!

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Re: High blood pressure 31 Mar 2021 20:52 #68491

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I am new here and this is my first post. Pam mentioned using Divya-Mukta-Vati for lowering high blood pressure, I can vouch for it, because years ago I had HBP and used Divya-Mukta-Vita and it worked very good for me. That was at least 5 or 6 years ago and I haven't had to use it again. 
 

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