ayurveda is taken from the sanskrit words – axus, meaning life, and veda, meaning knowledge. its practice dates back between 1500-400 ad. the basic principle of ayurveda is prevention and treatment of ilnesses by maintaining balance in the body, mind and consciousness through proper diet, lifestyle, as well as herbal medicines.
almost two months ago, my blood pressure soared high unexpectedly. out of self-medication, i did took atenolol to regulate my blood pressure. it did helped but the thing was, this medicine made me experience some bad adverse effects in my body system so i stopped taking it gradually.
bipasil provides the total alkaloids of sarpagandha, along with various correctives, laxatives and diuretics. it controls and corrects the causative factors responsible for hypertension.
weeks before, one of my co-workers from india told me he called up his wife to buy me some ‘ayurvedic’ medicine indicated for hypertension. he received it as a package and handed it to me the other week. i had to take two tablets twice a day on an empty stomach. my blood pressure was averaging 150/90 before and after a few days of taking this herbal medicine, i noticed a change of 130/80 average. well i thought maybe it does help.