Men are using this velcro method

Backed up by this new American urological study

—-Important Message From Olivier Langlois—-

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Don’t let anyone fool you…

Big Pharma makes some life-saving treatments, but it is also a marketing machine that’s dedicated to getting you to take your treatments.

That’s how they make their money.

The industry particularly loves its “cash cows.”

These are the treatments that you take every single day, often for the rest of your life.

Things like cholesterol and blood pressure treatment are on this list.

It’s frustrating because the reliance on treatments to manage conditions like high blood pressure and cholesterol can be damaging…

And it does nothing to fix underlying conditions that can cause the problems in the first place.

Big Pharma pays specific attention to every aspect of a treatment including: color, shape, taste, and name of a tablet.

According to recent research the color, shape, taste and even name of a tablet… can have an effect on how patients feel about their ‘treatment.’

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The way a tablet is marketed can even affect the performance of the treatment!

Choose an appropriate combination and the placebo effect gives the ‘tablet’ a boost, improves outcomes and might even reduce side effects.

This is a little tough to wrap your head around, but the reality is that our brains are incredibly powerful.

What Big Pharma has figured out is that if a tablet is pleasing to us that it will actually WORK better as well as being more readily taken.

It’s kind of crazy how much work and thought is put into the aesthetics of a tablet.

These marketing shenanigans don’t stop at Rx treatments either…

They also influence the design of OTC treatments.

For instance, have you ever noticed that a generic over the counter will be the exact same shape size and a very close color to the brand name.

That’s on purpose.

It’s to make people feel comfortable with the tablet they are taking when it’s not the name brand they’re used to.

In a survey published in the International Journal of Biotechnology the researchers surveyed 600 people to find out the preference of colors for different tablets.

What they found was that red and pink tablets were preferred…

And people like that tablets come in unique shapes and colors because it helps them remember WHICH tablets to take.

Their survey of 600 people showed that for three quarters of people the color and shape of their tablets act as a memory tag for compliance.

There’s nothing wrong with this kind of bias toward colors and shapes of tablets.

It’s a very human thing.

But it’s important to know that Big Pharma knows about this as well…

And they use every advantage they have in order to get you to take more treatments.

“Patients undergo a sensory experience every time they self-administer a ‘treatment,’ whether it’s swallowing a tablet or capsule, chewing a tablet, swallowing a liquid, or applying a cream or ointment,” the team says. “The ritual involving perceptions can powerfully affect a patient’s view of treatment effectiveness.”

My general philosophy is to take as few Big Pharma tablets as possible.

Sometimes you need them to save your life or to keep a life threatening condition stable…

…and you should never go off of treatments without consulting with your doctor.

But overall these slickly marketed treatments often keep people from paying attention to their overall health…

And that’s not a good thing…

—-Important Message About Lowering Blood Pressure Without Big Pharma Treatments—-

A few sips of this gives men perfect pressure 120/80 while improving penile blood flow

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Blood pressure treatments are some of the most commonly taken treatments in the world…

…and they’re also some of the most harmful…

They do nothing to address the ROOT cause of high blood pressure…

And they often cause many unpleasant side effects in men, most notably erections problems.

So I’m doing something different…

I’m taking a few sips of this to naturally lower my pressure while restoring rockiness.

And it all has to do with blood flow…(especially penile blood flow in a man!)


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the to ensure accuracy.