Hypertension is an important contributor to cardiovascular disease. This article describes the various ways that hypertension can affect the body, and offers an attractive, proven herbal alternative to customary Western medications. That alternatve is called Panax notoginseng....
USAConfirmed: 33,413,945Active: 6,668,574Recovered: 26,150,507Death: 594,864
FranceConfirmed: 5,747,214Active: 823,590Recovered: 4,817,523Death: 106,101
RussiaConfirmed: 4,863,514Active: 270,532Recovered: 4,480,360Death: 112,622
ItalyConfirmed: 4,092,747Active: 397,564Recovered: 3,572,713Death: 122,470
SpainConfirmed: 3,567,408Active: 240,606Recovered: 3,248,010Death: 78,792
GermanyConfirmed: 3,504,012Active: 290,156Recovered: 3,128,800Death: 85,056
MexicoConfirmed: 2,358,831Active: 260,945Recovered: 1,879,713Death: 218,173
ChileConfirmed: 1,235,778Active: 38,337Recovered: 1,170,437Death: 27,004
AustraliaConfirmed: 29,893Active: 271Recovered: 28,712Death: 910
New ZealandConfirmed: 2,634Active: 26Recovered: 2,582Death: 26
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