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Dr Larry's Pressure Norm, 100 tablets


Dr. Larry's Pressure Norm was formulated to help support blood pressure along with regular exercise and a well-balanced diet.


The products are all physician strength and quality and have been tested on real patients in clinic settings for years! You will be getting the best quality at the lowest price possible when you buy his products.

The reason why he is able to keep his prices so low is because he produces the products at higher volume and keeps the manufacturing costs low.  

Dr. Larry makes it his passion to create natural herbal remedies that are formulated to be very potent in the body. His natural herbal remedies are the result of his experience working with the body and treating patients in a holistic clinical setting for 35 years.

He has had issues with blood pressure himself, and he made it his passion to create one of his all natural herbal remedies .

Ingredients in Pressure Norm:

The formula contains extracts of:

  • Chrystanthernum

  • Honeysuckle

  • Flower of Sophora Japonica

  • Rheum Officinale

  • Radix Pseudo-ginseng

  • Apocynum Venetum

  • Common Selfheal Fruit Spike

 100 pills /bottle

 What is High Blood Pressure?

According to the American Heart Association, nearly one in three adults in the United States has high blood pressure.


But nearly one-third of those people don't know they have high blood pressure, and that is why it's known as the silent killer.


People can have high blood pressure for years without experiencing symptoms or knowing they have it.


The upper or first number in a blood pressure reading is the systolic pressure and the lower or second number is called the diastolic pressure.


  • Normal blood pressure is below 120/80 mmHg.

  • Prehypertension is systolic pressure that's between 120 to 139 or diastolic

  • pressure between 80 and 89.

  • Stage 1 hypertension is systolic pressure between 140 to 159 or diastolic

  • pressure between 90 and 99.

  • Stage 2 hypertension is systolic pressure higher than 160 or diastolic

  • pressure of 100 or higher.

High blood pressure usually doesn't cause any symptoms in the early stages. Symptoms associated with high blood pressure can include:

  • Dizziness or dizzy spells

  • Headache

  • Nosebleeds


Causes of High Blood Pressure:

 Weight - The greater your body mass, the more pressure there is on your artery walls

That's because more blood is produced to supply oxygen and nutrients to tissues in your body.

Activity level - Lack of physical activity tends to increase heart rate, which forces your heart to work harder with each contraction.

Tobacco use=  Chemicals in cigarettes and tobacco can damage artery walls.

Sodium intake - Excessive sodium in the diet can result in fluid retention and high blood pressure, especially in people sensitive to sodium.

Potassium intake - Low potassium can result in elevated sodium in cells, because the two balance each other.

Stress - Stress can raise blood pressure.

Alcohol consumption - Excessive alcohol intake can, over time, increase the risk of heart disease.

Age - The risk of high blood pressure increases as you get older.

Family history - High blood pressure often runs in families.


High blood pressure can affect your health in many ways:

Hardening of the arteries. Pressure inside your arteries can cause the muscles that line the walls of the arteries to thicken. Thickening causes the arteries to narrow. A heart attack or stroke can occur if a blood clot blocks blood flow to your heart or brain.
Enlarged heart. High blood pressure increases the amount of work for your heart. Like any heavily exercised muscle in your body, your heart grows bigger. The bigger your heart is, the less able it is to maintain proper blood flow.

As a result, you feel weak and tired and are not able to exercise or perform physical activities. Your heart has begun to fail.  Without treatment, your heart failure will only get worse.
Kidney damage. Prolonged high blood pressure can damage your kidneys if the arteries supplying your kidneys with blood are affected.
Eye damage. If you have diabetes, high blood pressure can cause the tiny capillaries in the retina of your eye to bleed. This condition, called retinopathy, can lead to blindness.


Lifestyle changes and natural remedies may help to control high blood pressure, but your doctor may also recommend medication to lower high blood pressure.

It is important to work with your doctor, because untreated high blood pressure may damage organs in the body and increase the risk of heart attack, stroke, brain hemorrhage, kidney disease, and vision loss.







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