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Four Things Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You About High Blood Pressure

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Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, M.D., a Harvard graduate who obtained his medical degree at the University of Michigan, is the founder and medical director of Tahoma Clinic in Renton, Washington. He is well known for his outspoken views on Modern medical practice and his radical diagnostic and treatment methodologies.

Seen here in one of his interviews, Dr. Wright, talks about his experiences in the diagnosis and treatment of patients suffering from Hypertension (high blood pressure). He talks how medical practitioners and pharmaceutical companies, contrive to prevent the proliferation of critical health information, outside the medical fraternity. Medical practitioners treat Hypertension patients symptomatically, leading to an “addictive” dependence on medications, with a lot of fatal side effects. He believes that traditional medicines should be prescribed just to treat episodes of a blood pressure spike while focusing and treating the real causes.

He cites four cases of hypertension and how, understanding the causes, can alter the line of treatment and take the patient off medications completely.

Case 1: Vitamin D deficiency.

Case 2: Presence of Toxic metals in the body.

Case 3: Type II Diabetes.

Case 4: Magnesium deficiency.

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Alma Blanco
Alma Blanco 5pts

Thank god at my age I don't have that

Manjit Kaur
Manjit Kaur 5pts

Please Ayurveda tell me something about kids under one year old for cold and cough I ll be really appreciate

Rene Nario
Rene Nario 5pts

talaga bang hindi sinasabi ng doktor ito o baka absent siya nung itinuro ito kay hundi lang niya alam?...o baka hindi marunong ang pasyente (sa tingin niya) kaya hindi niya sinasabi.

JamesMcConnell
JamesMcConnell 5pts

300 dollars for some eye drops for an eye infection - did not work. 5 cents for a tea bag to wipe the eyelids with - worked.


Oval Hankins
Oval Hankins 5pts

That's because doctors want your money . They want to "Treat You" not cure you . Why would a doctor tell you how to eat right and that celery juice can restore the lining of your blood vessels when he can sell you synthesized poisons until you die a miserable death while thinking this is "normal".

Monty Newhook
Monty Newhook 5pts

Please Post the Text of the Article. My WireLess has a Low Signal