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High BP with hot face and tiredness

I am 32 years male, and suffering with HBP for last 5-6 years, i have taken all allopathic treatment and tests and could not find anything, Drs asked me to change the life style and correction in eating habits, my bp is still constant at 90/140 or sometime 100/150, i generally takes atenol in the beginning 2-3 years ago but now taking amlodipin bisislate 5mg daily but not getting good results, in afternoon i feel hot face, uneasiness and tiredness; sometime heart palpitation after having food. please suggest as i have never taken any homeopathic treatment before and now reading all these encouraging threads my confidence is boosting with homeopathy treatment, I shall be grateful to all who are here and helping others with this medium, please help me as well and suggest me what to do. Thanks to all
  coolkaps on 2008-01-30
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crategus q 10 drops at bed time rauwolfia q 8 drops twice a day in both the cases drops shoul;d be taken with two table spoon of water for one month continue j k mohla
akshaymohl last decade
I do agree with dr.aksh but would like to add one dose of Arnica 200 once a day in addition to that.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thnx a lot for prescription, i have ordered one digital blood pressure monitor of Dr. Morepen today, so that i can have close eye on the BP modulation and will update you on weekly basis. Arnica 200 is tablet or drops and when i have to take it like before meal or after?
coolkaps last decade

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