01:03 PM | 12-03-2021

My name is Francis and my age is 54/male. Earlier I had hypertension of maximum 172/100 bp. About a month I regularly medicated with bp medicine. Now, from last few days I have bp reading like 127/82, 124/80, 119/78, 115/80 and now finally latest reading showing 109/75. Is it okay to continue taking bp medicine or to stop taking bp medicine? Please advice me as I am very anxious to know what to do if the bp reading shows like this? -Thank you!

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01:29 PM | 16-03-2021


High blood pressure occurs when the lumen of blood vessels become narrowed due to the accumulation of cholesterol. Because of narrowed vessels, blood has to flow through more pressure to reach every tissue and cells of the body. This accumulation of toxins occurs due to the consumption of a high-fat diet. 


  • Drink 3 to 4 glasses of warm water on an empty stomach early in the morning. This will help to flush the toxins out of the body. 
  • Include Vitamin C rich foods and drinks in your diet like blueberries, oranges, amla, lemon juice, etc as they have antioxidant properties. 
  • Eat soaked raisins, dry fruits, beans, nuts, and sprouts to get them easily absorbable nutrients. 
  • Have fresh, seasonal, and locally available fruits and vegetables. 
  • Drink plenty of water throughout the day. 

Foods to avoid- 

  • Avoid dairy products like ghee, milk, paneer, curd, etc.
  • Avoid processed, packaged, preserved, oily and spicy foods. 
  • Avoid tea and coffee. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Avoid refined oils and refined grains. 

Physical activity 

  • Start the day with a short morning walk. 
  • Perform pranayam regularly, specially anulom-vilom, kapalbhati and bhastrika pranayam. 
  • Do padahasta asana, trikona asana, gomukha asana, hala asana. 
  • Take sunrays early in the morning. 


A correct sleeping pattern is essential for good metabolism and to maintain the circadian rhythm. So, take proper sleep of at least 7-8 hours daily. Sleep early at night and also wake up early in the morning. 

Thank you

09:27 AM | 17-03-2021

Are you doing any lifestyle changes? It is not clear why the BP level is falling.

Please work with your doctor to change medication.

However, I wish to tell you that medicines do not heal. They only suppress symptoms and make values good on paper. Pls work on changing your food and lifestyle.

You can read this blog to know more - https://wellcure.com/natural-cure/202/how-can-you-manage-blood-pressure-by-nature-cure

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