TRIBENZOR has been proven to help lower blood pressure

TRIBENZOR helps lower blood pressure 3 different ways. Curious to learn more about how TRIBENZOR works? Watch the video here.
  • Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure1

  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to heart attack, stroke, heart failure, and other serious health threats2

  • Regular physical activity helps to lower blood pressure3

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Here's what clinical studies have shown

Although there was variation in blood pressure response, the overall blood pressure lowering effect of TRIBENZOR taken once a day was maintained throughout the 24-hour period

Lower blood pressure results were seen in as little as 14 days

Please note that individual results may vary. It is important to take your high blood pressure medicine as directed by your doctor. After starting medicine, please speak with your doctor if you have questions about your blood pressure numbers or the medicine itself.

Is TRIBENZOR right for you?

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Selected Important Safety Information

The most common side effects of TRIBENZOR include dizziness; swelling of the ankles, feet, and hands; headache; tiredness; stuffy or runny nose and sore throat; muscle twitching (spasms); nausea; upper respiratory tract infection; diarrhea; urinary tract infection; and swelling of the joints.

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