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Hi Doc. Sorry I missed your question. Pre-meds my blood pressure was about 140 over 90. I think that falls into the pre-hypertensive range. With the prescription meds it averages 130 over 80. By substituting the ACV for the prescriptive diuretic the averages have remained about the same. Although, I can't really say that I'm feeling any better by taking the ACV, except that it feels good to eliminate one of the prescribed medications.
This is not a recommendation. Just an observation: I was prescribed a diuretic to supplement my hypertension medication. I read somewhere that Apple Cider Vinegar acts as a diuretic, so after talking with my primary physician I decided to try substituting the ACV for the Rx. It's only been a couple of weeks but so far my blood pressure has remained about the same. I expect I'm receiving additional health benefits from the ACV as well, but at the very least I'm excited about being off the prescription med.
Could we get a demonstration of this at the next seminar?
Regarding apple cider vinegar for muscle cramps: Will any ACV do for this application or does it need to be the good stuff (raw, unfiltered, unpasteurized, organic and with the mother?)
Hi Doc. Great seminar last night. So much excellent information to try and absorb and retain. This is a great thing you're doing. Congratulations and best wishes.