High Blood Pressure: Causes and Remedy

High blood pressure puts everyone at risk for heart disease and stroke, leading causes of death in the US. 67 million American adults [31%] have high blood pressure or 1 in every 3 adults.

When researching for causes of high blood pressure, mainstream websites would give you the following information:

What Causes High Blood Pressure?

The exact causes of high blood pressure are not known, but several factors and conditions may play a role in its development, including:

  • Smoking
  • Being overweight or obese
  • Lack of physical activity
  • Too much salt in the diet
  • Too much alcohol consumption (more than 1 to 2 drinks per day)
  • Stress
  • Older age
  • Genetics
  • Family history of high blood pressure
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Adrenal and thyroid disorders

Essential Hypertension

In as many as 95% of reported high blood pressure cases in the U.S., the underlying cause cannot be determined. This type of high blood pressure is called essential hypertension.

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Yes, they don’t know what the exact cause of HBP is, yet their allied MDs will give you prescription on something they don’t completely understand. And most of us trusted them because of the presumption that they are the expert and should know better than we do.

We don’t consider the fact that yearly medical conventions and research are sponsored by Big Pharma, and your purchases based on their prescriptions are recorded at the drugstore counters to the credit of the one prescribing.

Worse, what they are giving you are just “maintenance drugs” which give temporary relief while the underlying cause continues to develop. It is when the immune system is defeated when we become aware of its underlying cause.

To cut the story short, we are just fooling ourselves when we patronize a healthcare industry that only concerns itself with profit and not quality of human life for it spells its own demise.


A basic knowledge of human anatomy and a bit of Common Sense are all we really need to determine the true cause of a rising blood pressure.

First, we must look at the function of the blood:

Functions of blood

Blood has three main functions: transport, protection and regulation.


Blood transports the following substances:

  • Gases, namely oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2), between the lungs and rest of the body
  • Nutrients from the digestive tract and storage sites to the rest of the body
  • Waste products to be detoxified or removed by the liver and kidneys
  • Hormones from the glands in which they are produced to their target cells
  • Heat to the skin so as to help regulate body temperature


Blood has several roles in inflammation:

  • Leukocytes, or white blood cells, destroy invading microorganisms and cancer cells
  • Antibodies and other proteins destroy pathogenic substances
  • Platelet factors initiate blood clotting and help minimize blood loss


Blood helps regulate:

  • pH by interacting with acids and bases
  • Water balance by transferring water to and from tissues

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Considering the enormous importance of the blood in the transport of oxygen and nutrients to the cells, the removal of cellular wastes, and the protection of the cells from all adversaries, would it be so hard to realize that when the cells are under threat from parasitic infection, the blood would have no other recourse but to increase its pressure to facilitate cellular repair and protection?

The “blood would have no other recourse…”, what? Can the blood really think and manage itself to respond appropriately when the need arises?

Well, there is a great possibility that the blood can carry itself autonomously. Here’s why:

  1. Each cell is an autonomous lifeform by itself. It can perform what we can do as a living organism. We are just compose of various types of cells organized to form the being that we are. Those types of cells come from the same generic cell transforming itself according to the specific need of a given tissue.
  2. The blood cells carries oxygen atoms to replenish the ones being used up by the healthy cells; the white blood cells, i.e. leukocytes, would try to neutralize the invading parasites;
  3. The human blood can propel itself through the intricate blood vessels in one direction, while the heart only acts as the valve to ensure that it indeed just flow in one direction. [A thorough discussion on this topic is also included in the book, and a method to increase its flow rate without increasing the pressure is also described.]

The bottomline really is this: when the body is having known and unknown infection, the blood pressure always increases as part of the body’s immune response mechanism. The blood itself is one of the core components of our immune system.

Even the mere lack of sleep causes an increase in the pressure, just because the body is so tired and lacks the energy to perform normal functions; the blood will have no other recourse but increase its pressure to supply as much nutrients as possible in an effort to normalize all anatomic activities.

Another good example is when doing a strenuous exercise or a workout where the blood pressure increases to meet the high demand for nutrients and oxygen to replenish the ones being burned out. These common occurrence serve as clues as to when high blood pressures occur. We just have to apply the same mechanism to a scenario when we have parasitic infections.

So, the next time your blood pressure increases even under normal physical activity, know that it is not the disease itself but a symptom that only serves as a warning that parasitic infection is developing, and a battery of tests is normally needed to determine its true nature.

The full range of diagnostic procedures can be overwhelming in terms of cost to most of us. Mainstream medicine needs to know precisely the true nature of the infection before it can effectively deal with it, i.e. specific antibiotic for specific parasite.

What if there’s a new protocol that can deal with all types of parasites without using chemicals? Do we still need to know the specifics of the infection when all types of parasites can be neutralized decisively?

Do we still need elaborate diagnostic procedures if we can effectively deal with all of them with just that single protocol?

Finally, what if the blood vessels itself are restricted due to the multiple parasitic colonies along its length? Would they not increase the pressure of the blood itself much like the water flowing in a squeezed garden hose?

Just think about it objectively. No fanaticism this time. No magic. No emotion. Just try Common Sense one more time.

If you are now seeing the value of having a thoroughly cleansed blood and more, try knowing how to do it exactly at the comfort of your own home.

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