High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure with the systolic pressure above 140 or diastolic pressure over 90. Weakness of the heart, due to pathology of the cardiovascular organs, including the heart, kidneys, adrenals and mesencephalon, resulting in diminished function. Hypertension due to nervous system and cholesterol pathologies.
Mode of action
Allium sativum: Vasomotor depressant, diuretic, anti-arteriosclerotic; lowers serum lipid levels, positively influences the HDL/LDL ratios.
Citrus limonum: Strong diuretic effect; directly influences the circulation and blood.
Sus scrofa (heart): Sarcode prepared from cardiac tissue; indicated for hypertension, angina pectoris, cardiac circulatory disturbances; cardiac insufficiency, paroxysmal tachycardia.
Glandulae suprarenales suis: Provides glandular stimulation of the adrenal cortex.
Kali iodatum: Stimulates potassium absorption, increases the viscosity of blood; regulates thyroid function.
Kalium phosphoricum: Biochemic tissue remedy for nutrition of the nerves and nervous function, conduction disturbances; heart palpitation. Tropic disorders of vascular nerves.
Sus scrofa (mesencephalon): Provides glandular stimulation.
Sus scrofa (kidney): Organo prepared from renal tissue; primarily indicated for depressed renal function, normalizes the hormonal system of blood pressure regulation.
Valeriana officinalis: Sedative, antispasmodic, hypotensive; indicated for its calming effect in an excited, restless, nervous state.