So this guy said: “If you really want your blood pressure to go down to normal, you ought to go to a homeopath.” Everyone at the party listened. Probably because many of them were on hypertension medication and wished they could get off. They were also interested because everyone knows homeopathy is an alternative and that means no side effects, no costly pharmaceutical bills and the potential for total relief. But I wonder if that guy and the others know that homeopathy is a medical method that has a world wide reputation for reducing both the systole and diastole of high blood pressure naturally? And that it doesn’t require ceasing the present conventional drug? The person can take them simultaneously since homeopathy doesn’t interfere with conventional meds. However, as this little party recognizes, high blood pressure medications frequently fail to show a benefit. This is a perfect opportunity for homeopathic remedies to make good. Once the remedy begins to act, it only makes sense to eliminate the drugs and continue on the remedy.
One of the most common remedies to decrease the systole and diastole is Veratum veride 6. When properly used, it can reduce blood pressure slowly and comfortably so that over a week or two, the pressure returns to normal. Yet, this is not the only benefit of taking this remedy. Many times it is reported that the person experiences better quality of sleep and their disposition improves. This isn’t because the remedy is a drug of falsity that induces an unnatural, forced state, but rather because homeopathy simulates the body’s ability to bring itself to its best place. It does this by safe, natural means.
Homeopathy is often called the rational medicine. For hypertension or any other ill, there is no better way than the polite and gentle, yet powerful, way of homeopathy. I guess the guy was right.