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arnica and blood pressure

I am currently taking arnica for an anal fistula. Will this interfere with my blood pressure or my medicine for blood pressure? Thank you
 
  adriana on 2008-04-06
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No Arnica shall maintain ur BP and will cure ur fistula as well
 
abid ali last decade
hello Adriana 4 ur kind infor--
ARNICA is great clot dissolver---Arnica act same like Aspirin.--its increase blood circulation.---decrease theviscosity[chicha-hut]in blood.arnica is great blood thiner.--a great help for high blood pressure.--in stroke arnica200 and arnica6c combination works wonderfully but repeat as required..--after child birth works like miracle for all delivery after effects.--its needid after every bump in child hood.--Arnica>European harbalists say its awesome for speeding up the healing of sprains and muscle strains.also helps bruises heal faster.---BINGO---its helps if u get jurk in bus if u r sertios heart patient.use it with Crataegus q ,with out any hitch.ask experts me only a old rabit.
 
purdaysee last decade
I am currently taking silica 600mg. 3 times a day for anal fistula. The drainage has stopped so do continue the silica or just take the arnica? Thank you so much. It is arnica montana 30x and i am only taking 6 tablets a day. I also, have high blood pressure.
 
adriana last decade
I forgot to say that the incision is slightly open still and I feel pressure.
 
adriana last decade

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