Nigerian Firm Unveils New Breakthrough Anti-High Blood Pressure Supplement

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By Dipo Olowookere

An innovative food manufacturing company, Elkris Bio-Health, has introduced a new breakthrough anti-high blood pressure supplement into the Nigerian market.

The natural organic all-in-one drug, Elkris Bio-Health Plus Supplement, according to the firm, has a noticeable reduction in BP reading within 15 to 25 minutes of ingestion.

The bioceutical capsule was formulated to control high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels, as well as neutralise pressure within blood vessels, and clean up excess glucose, harmful chemicals, and excess salt.

“The EBP Bioceutical Capsule is designed as a guaranteed neutraceutical that brings blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels under control quickly while protecting against life-threatening risks such as heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, clogged arteries and heart failure, all at the same time,” Elkris Bio-Health stated in a statement.

The organisation further said the product “offers organic Blood Therapy Treatment as a Silver-Bullet weapon designed to take care of everything from high blood pressure, excess blood sugar, high cholesterol, narrowed arteries, and kidney disease to cardiovascular diseases, all at the same time.”

It assured that the supplement is highly effective against both pre-hypertension and full hypertension stages as it contains high levels of Bioflavonoids and other exclusive ingredients which work to normalise blood pressure quickly and restore the tone and elasticity of damaged blood vessels, in addition to normalizing blood sugar or cholesterol levels in minutes.

The company disclosed that clinical trials of the new supplement have been carried out in reputable health institutions across Nigeria and is officially certified by NAFDAC and shown to have no side effects, noting that it cleans out unhealthy and unfriendly contents that build up as residues around the heart, kidney, liver, arteries and other essential organs.

“These residues, when left unchecked over time, may cause sudden slump, leading to death or being bedridden due to heart failure, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, liver disease or even cancer, among other deadly repercussions,” it added.

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