Lisinopril Hypertension Medicine, Snake Venom, Zombie Land, Pains in the Legs, Homeopathic Methods
61-year old healthy male who was prescribed this poison 18 months ago and generally tolerated it well, except for the onset of insomnia, followed by the rapid onset of tinnitus, followed by constant mucous in my head and a constant need to clear my throat ... more »
61-year old healthy male who was prescribed this poison 18 months ago and generally tolerated it well, except for the onset of insomnia, followed by the rapid onset of tinnitus, followed by constant mucous in my head and a constant need to clear my throat of phlegm, followed by the onset of mysterious muscle aches and pains in the legs and the back—and I just thought, “Well, when you hit 60, I guess everything just starts to go to hell. I guess I’m just getting old.” But a few weeks ago the ear-ringing became more intense, and for the first time in my life . . intense nightmares, a feeling of depression and irritability that I could not shake off, along with thoughts of suicide. Now, my scrip needs renewing, thus a visit to the Portland Free Clinic (“free to rob me, free to rape me”) and another bill for $239 for the blood test and who knows how much for the doctor visit this time, $500, $5,000? You never know until the bill arrives. So, I thought it’s a good time to research just how this drug works, did a search, found this website, and after reading a few pages stopped immediately taking the snake venom. I had no idea what a powerful toxin this crap is, thank god for the internet and this website, I think it saved my life. I have been off the poison for just 12 hours now and suddenly I feel like a cloud has lifted off my mind. My head is clear again, all my senses feel sharper, my good humor has returned. In less positive news, my BP has shot up 20 points, but I’d rather die of a stroke than slip deeper into zombie-land on this evil drug. I plan to keep exercising regularly, try homeopathic methods, and after a few weeks, go back to the clinic to insist on some hypertension medicine that is not an ACE inhibitor. I read that just a few days ago some new generics have just become available, as the patents have expired on some of the more expensive medicines for HBP.