Cervical Spondelitis, Constipation
Depression, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2
Deep Vein Thrombosis, Dysmenorrhoea
Enlarged Liver, Endometriosis, Eczema
Painful Menstrual Cycle, Piles
Pneumonia, Psoriasis, PCOD/PCOS
Rheumatoid arthritis, Sciatica, Sinusitis
Sleepless, Sleep Apnea, Spondylitis,
Stress, Tonsilitis, Thyroid
Ulcer, Urticaria, Vaginal discharge
Vaginal itching, Varicose Veins, Vertigo
Vitamin B12 Deficiency, Weight Loss
A disease marked by brief sudden attacks of chest pain.
A decrease in total amount of red blood cells (RBCs) or haemoglobin in blood or a lowered ability of blood to carry oxygen.
It is pressure of circulating blood on walls of blood vessels
➀ HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
When force of blood pushing against walls of blood vessels, is consistently high.
➁ LOW BLOOD PRESSURE
When force of blood pushing against walls of blood vessels, is consistently low.
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) is the “bad” cholesterol. It can build up in arteries and form fatty, waxy deposits called plaques.