The best blood pressure medication is water and salt. Ask 10 doctors what causes high blood pressure, and you'll get 10 different answers, although they'll agree on one thing - excess salt. High (and low) blood pressure is caused by unintentional dehydration. Each of the millions of cells in the body needs vital nutrients to function properly. Water (and salt - salt removes toxins from the cells) is the delivery system for all of these nutrients. When you don't drink enough water, the cells don't receive the nutrients they need, and so the body's drought management system kicks in by applying pressure to the arteries using a process called reverse osmosis. This pressure is reflected in the blood pressure readings. Applying pressure to the arteries filters out fresh water that is injected into the dehydrated cells. Filtering out fresh water leaves behind the salt, which becomes concentrated. It's this concentration of salt that doctors claim is "excess" and the cause of the high blood pressure. But this is not true. If salt excess salt was the cause of the high blood pressure, then by simply reducing the salt intake should lower the blood pressure without the need for medication (remove the cause and the problem corrects itself). But this doesn't work, since doctors still prescribe medication (usually for life). It isn't the salt that raises the blood pressure, it's the pressure applied to the arteries by the reverse osmosis that raises the blood pressure. Increasing the water and salt intake will prevent this. Click below to learn how to do this properly. (PS: Salt is vital for maintaining sexuality and libido). NOTE: Do not discontinue any medication on your own. This is something your doctor needs to do so he can monitor your progress.