I am not a believer in medication or doctors, so I am always trying something on my own to fix anything. I have had high blood pressure for years and I was told by my daughter (who is a RN), awhile ago if I didn't lower my BP really soon she was going to take me to a doctor. well I have tried everything, I did alot of research on Apple cider vinegar. and I have tried many different one. and the bragg's organic with mother really has been working for me. I have only been taking this one for a week. but today my daughter took my BP and it was 127/86. I haven't seen those numbers in a long time. I don't have the headaches like I had been having. If you don't want to take med's like I don't I would say try this.View Thread
I have had high blood pressure for years, and I refuse to take medication for it. I was told by my daughter who is a RN that if I didn't get my blood pressure under control soon she was going to drage me into a doctor. well, I have been doing alot of reading on taking apple cider vinager. and I tried many different ones. But the bragg's organic with mother has worked wonders. I take 1 table spoon in a full glass of water both morning and night. I can't believe how it lowered my BP. I was 146/98 to 168/115 for a long time. today my daughter took it and it was 127/86 I have been doing good now for about a week. what a difference. but if you are on medication right now, you need to be carefull when taking something else. I don't believe in taking medication and I will do anything to not take it. and this is working for me so far.View Thread
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