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Natural Factors, PeptACE, Fish Peptides, 500 mg, 90 Capsules

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Side effects too bad for me

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Posted by Reviewer1017088 on Aug 22, 2011

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Tried this for 10 days, 1 capsule morning and evening. Result: muscle weakness - unable to complete usual daily workouts; loss of libido and total impotence -even with 100mg sildenafil citrate. (It did not however produce the dreaded dry cough common with ACE inhibitors.) For this, I got about 5mm reduction in systolic and diastolic. So I gave it up and regained my faculties in a few days.

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Expensive and doesn't work....

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Posted by Reviewer1498672 on Sep 28, 2013

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This is another one of those Dr. Murray gimmicky products. In as much as he's trying to convince you that this is a natural ACE inhibitor like Altace/Ramipril. It is not. It is expensive and doesn't do jack. Like me, you're better off to stick with the regular Altace (i'm on the 10mg the blue and white once a day). I've taken hawthrone and magnesium, and CoQ10 for hypertension. It did lower my bp but wasn't low enuf, but at least these work a bit. This PeptACE garbage doesn't do jack at all. Avoid.

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