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Coriander leaves Side effect - High B.Pvand drowsiness.
Bay leaf causes my eyelids to swell. In meat or soup.
Levels of creatine and potassium
The article is very useful and I shared it with many With respect to Home Remedies, one teaspoon of cinnamon powder per day reduces the level of Creatinine. Pls comment is this true? On the other hand, cinnamon powder contain a high degree of potassium that affects kidneys? Being a Diabetic patient type 11 for well over 45 years, I took one teaspoon of cinnamon powder over the last 3 months and the level of creatine declined to 155 from 162. But the level of potassium increased from 5 to 5.5? Please kindly comment/advise Best Regards
PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW MUCH SABJA SEEDS CAN BE TAKEN DAILY WITHOUT SIDE EFFECTS
The give and take of cinnaman
Dear all, As my creatinine level was high (165), I used one teaspoon of cinnamon powder daily for a months or so. My kidney specialist found increased level of potassium? I checked the internet and found cinnamon contains high degree of potassium. In fact, the level of creatinine reduced from 165 to 160 but the level of patagium increased from 5.0 to 5.5. There are cost and benefit. Any advice is highly appreciated and valued. Thank you
Chia seed and blood pressure medicine
What happen when u take chia seed and u taking BP medicine
AskDocWeb: That depends on what type of blood pressure problem you have, too high or too low. Please read ?Warning 1? about Chia Seeds.
Chia seeds could cause your blood pressure to lower drastically if you are already dealing with low blood pressure. Make sure to ask your doctor if you are on any blood pressure medication.
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