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Dehydration and Blood pressure what do they have in common

July 9, 2013

Live blood test kangen water

Dehydration and Blood pressure what do they have in common

The blood is 95% water. Dehydration of the body causes the blood to be thicker so the heart has to pump harder, the thicker blood also puts more pressure on the liner of the artery; you then have high blood pressure.

You go to the doctors and what do they do? Give you a drug that helps thin the blood, all medications will have some kind of side affect and they are all acidic to the body.

Since the blood 95% water and most Americans are chronically dehydrated, why not look to see if that person is dehydrated which could be the root of the problem.

What if all you had to do was to drink hexagonal alkaline water to hydrate the blood to help thin the blood so it will circulate more efficiently and help lower your blood pressure would you want to know about it, of course you would.

A test will actually show how hexagonal alkaline water will help with sluggish blood.

Live blood analysis using phase-contrast microscopy offers the unique ability to view the blood in real time. It is being used by a large number of health practitioners worldwide.

The photo on the left shows the stickiness of red blood cells, as if they are stacked tightly together almost like rolls of coins. This cause lower oxygen exchange in the tissues as well as nutrient utilization, cellular efficiency, and the removal of wastes, in other words blood circulation is poor; the heart has to work harder to pump it through.

The photo on the right shows you what happens to the blood after you drink hexagonal alkaline water in just 12 minutes, amazing. As you can see after drinking hexagonal alkaline water, it shows a separation of the red blood cells and the capacity for greater oxygen uptake and more nutrient utilization. Do you think maybe your blood pressure would drop?

Before you start taking drugs for your high blood pressure, look into this first.

You can also see this on a video watch it.

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