alexa Abstract | Prevention of High Blood Pressure by the Beeta Vulgaris Root Solution and Allium Sativum Bulbs Solution by the Survey Study

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High Blood Pressure is a disease which should be the age related disease
but now-a-days it was common in the adults too. HBP don’t have neither
symptoms nor signs, According to this project survey was conducted in
the Srikakulam district people who were suffering from the second stage
high blood pressure. Among the total 200 people in the district studied
90 members were having high blood pressure with second stage. Research
was done between the People using the normal medicates, Beeta vulgaris
root solution, Allium sativum bulb solution and mixed of Beeta vulgaris and
Allium sativum bulb solution, Among all up taking of frequently natural
sources is showing the better and early result by keeping the blood pressure
constant than the medicates.

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Author(s): Lavanya Rentikota


High blood pressure, Beeta vulgaris, Allium sativum, Sphygmomanometer, Srikakulam district, Personal health, Health Education

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