What Is Renerve Tablet Used For Blood Pressure Patients

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muruganandham s Says:


I have B P 100 TO 160/Age 63/male.
I hahe hand shivering some time
Can I take renerve addionanlly now



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Verwon Says:

The FDA classifies Renerve as a nutritional supplement, it contains a complex of B vitamins that are believed to help with nerve health, so you should be able to take it, as long as your doctor approves. It's only known side effect is occasional nausea, due to its potency.

What do you take to treat your high blood pressure?

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