What is Alistrol?
I’ve been getting asked by a lot of people – What is Alistrol?
Alistrol is known to many people who are seeking natural solutions to high blood pressure. Basically, it’s some of the most effective ingredients for lowering blood pressure all concentrated in the form of a pill which can be taken daily.
Some time ago I posted an Alistrol review where I provided the answer to those who were asking me if it would work for them and if they should begin taking Alistrol.
The simple answer was “try Alistrol for a few months and monitor progress. The fact that it seems to work for so many people suggests that it’s a good chance it will work for you too.”
Alistrol currently have an offer of 3 bottles for the price of 2 (or 6 for the price of 4, or 10 for the price of 6).
Click here to order: Alistrol order page
Then click on the ‘Special Deals’ button (above the ‘ADD TO CART’ button) to select the special offer you want.
NEW ADDITIONAL OFFER: When you get to the checkout, enter the discount code: FREESHIPD3 – this gives you free shipping (worldwide) and a bottle of their Vitamin D supplement thrown in free as well.
Well worth trying (especially since there’s a 90 day guarantee)
The folks who make and supply Alistrol – CLE Holistic Health – are confident in the ability of their health supplement to reduce blood pressure when taken daily. As such, they offer a 90-day guarantee so you can give it a try risk-free. Since most people see results within a month or two, this is enough time for you to see if it works for you.
Given that I know of no undesirable side-effects associated with Alistrol I feel confident to say to anyone who is curious about this new natural blood pressure-lowering pill to give it a go.
Another plus is that it shouldn’t interfere with any other medications you’re taking. So it’s not an either/or decision. You can try Alistrol in addition to your regular blood pressure medications. (Disclaimer – the Alistrol website states this is safe but I cannot guarantee this myself and you may want to check with your doctor first.)
So what is Alistrol? The magic ingredients…
Alistrol is made from four natural ingredients. All are known to help lower blood pressure and to be good for your heart and cardiovascular system in general. (The Chinese and Indians have been using them for centuries.)
- Garlic Seed
- Hawthorn Berry
- Daikon Seed
- Chinese Holly Leaf
If you want to know more about the ingredients, then the Alistrol website has all the details.
By asking “what is Alistrol?”, you might want to know the answers to other questions. E.g,, how often should I take Alistrol? How fast can I expect Alistrol to work? By how many points will it lower my blood pressure? Well, you’ll find answers to these questions on the Alistrol website.
And of course, you’ll find all the information on how to order Alistrol and give it a try! Click here: Alistrol website
More magic ingredients
The herbs and foods Alistrol is made of are not the only natural foods which can lower high blood pressure. There are many things you can include in your diet that’ll help to bring your blood pressure down. There are many different things you can do as well. Lowering your blood pressure without medications is about your whole lifestyle.
That might sound daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, we’ve made it very simple with our new comprehensive guide: Lower Your Blood Pressure Naturally – The Complete 9 Step Guide
If you need to lower your blood pressure, and want to do it permanently and naturally, then this is the help guide you need.
It shows you step by step what you have to do to get your blood pressure back into a balanced and healthy state. You get tips on what to eat and drink, how to exercise and how much, and how to de-stress, relax and enjoy life more.
Following this guide will enable you to reduce or even even eliminate the need for blood pressure lowering medications.
For those who are just starting to experience ‘pre-hypertension’, this guide will help you prevent the development high blood pressure and the need to take medications later on.