Natural Remedies

High Systolic Blood Pressure Even After HBP Meds

Posted by Keith (West Sussex, England) on 09/11/2020

My systolic blood pressure is generally in the 170 range, even after blood pressure medication, yet my diastolic blood pressure is generally in the 70 range. How can I reduce the first without reducing the second?

FYI, I am a 78 year old male and I had a quadruple bypass 10 years ago. I have CKD, am celiac, and have hypothyroidism. I take 30mg Enalapril and 150 mg Levothyroxine daily. I drink about 1.5 litres of water a day with bicarbonate of soda in it and take a couple of supplements, Lycopene and B-complex. This all makes me sound like a wreck but I feel well and am active. It is just my high systolic blood pressure that worries me.

Any suggestions as to how I can bring it down would be gratefully received!

Many thanks,

Keith

Replied by Orh
Ten Mile , Tn
09/11/2020

KEITH, ORH here, I researched many years ago and chose EDTA Chelation as my savior. Wrong. Do not have artery plug-gage problems but have electrical heart problems. So you have to deal with what the problem is. Me, I would do EDTA CHELATION for certain. At least 30. I would also start ACV, Lemon juice and baking soda every morning. I have all the answers for others, except none for me.

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Replied by Art
California
09/11/2020
676 posts

Keith,

The homeopathic remedy Baryta Muriatica is purported to help lower systolic blood pressure. Here is a link to one person who had success with it for that specific purpose:

https://www.practo.com/consult/regarding-baryta-mur-i-have-been-taking-baryta-mur-3x-since-16-days-for-systolic-hypertension-many-constitutional/q

Art

Replied by Keith
West Sussex, England
09/15/2020

Hi ORH,

Thank you so much!

Replied by Keith
West Sussex, England
09/15/2020

Thank you, Art. This sounds worth investigating. I shall follow this up.

Many thanks,

Keith