High blood pressure is a sign,
not a disease
The heart pumps harder and increases the blood pressure when the circulatory system is defective. Reducing high blood pressure with drugs or treatments without correcting the underlying problem means that the circulatory system does not have enough pressure to send blood to the far corners of the body.
Over time, portions of the brain, kidneys, toes, and parts far away from the main arteries begin to die because they lack food and oxygen.
When the vessels are under high blood pressure all the time, they are likely to break. A broken vessel in the brain causes a stroke that damages the brain. An artery under high pressure may break inside the body (causing internal bleeding), and can damage the heart, the kidney, and other organs.
Cholestrien is a botanical alternative medicine formulation which contains a blend of all-natural herbal extracts for effective reduction of blood pressure. Hypertension is typically a hybrid of physiological, emotional and mental factors. Physiologically, hypertension is often aggravated by atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis, obesity and drug abuse. Emotionally and mentally, hypertension normally occurs in persons with stressful lifestyles, characterized by worry, hurry and flurry. Cholestrien herbal blend seeks to reduce blood cholesterol levels, hypertension and anxiety.
The effect of Cholestrien is partially attributed to the presence of HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, enzymes in the liver that control the amount of cholesterol produced in the liver. It has been hypothesized that relatively high concentrations of unsaturated fatty acids and other natural compounds found in Cholestrien may work in concert with HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors to provide additional health benefits.
Recommended Adult Use: As a dietary supplement for adults, take two capsules daily with meal or snack. Also consider these suggested Products along with this formula:
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease