Mini Cart

  • No products in the cart.

What is 'triple pill' how it works for High blood pressure and it's warning signs.

In News

High blood pressure is the most common condition among many people around the world in which the long-term force of blood against the artery walls is high enough that may cause heart problems eventually. Blood pressure is caused when arteries are narrower and more blood is pumped by the heart.

High blood pressure consists of various types of symptoms, such as:
1) Chest pain
2) A severe headache
3) Breathing difficulty
4) Blurred or double vision
5) Blood in urine
6) Heaviness in ear, chest, and neck
7) Fatigue
8) Confusion
9) Irregular heartbeat and palpitations
10) Nausea
11) Dizziness
12) Vomiting
13) Nose-bleeds

If high blood pressure is untreated, the following possible complications
may occur:
- Memory issues
- Kidney disease
- Stroke
- Blood clots
- Metabolic syndrome
- Heart attack (or) failure
- An aneurysm
- Torn (or) Thickened blood vessels in the eyes


 The triple pill is an innovative drug that is used for the treatment of hypertension or high blood pressure. It is introduced as a low-cost BP control medication which helps countries around the world when compared to that of other traditional medications with less intensive clinical follow-up.

It consists of a combination of three low dose drugs namely:
- Chlorthalidone (12.5 mg)
- Telmisartan (20mg)
- Amlodipine (2.5mg)

It is estimated more than a billion people suffer from high blood pressure globally with a maximum number of patients having no control over their sugar levels and BP. Several studies have proved that people suffering from high blood pressure who consumed the triple pill had an average of 8.7 mm Hg reduction in blood pressure when compared to that of the traditional treatment resulting in an average of 4.5 mm Hg reduction in blood pressure. 68 % of the users that consumed the Triple Pill proved to achieve target blood pressure range when compared to that of the remaining users who followed the traditional therapy.

Related Articles