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Blood Pressure

  1. As low as: $29.99

    Catapres Information

    Also known as Clonidine, Catapres is a medicine that is meant to lower the patient’s blood pressure. 

  2. As low as: $15.00

    Valsartan Information

    Valsartan belongs to a group of drugs known as angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) and is similar to losartan (Cozaar).

  3. As low as: $4.85

    Inderal is a popular medicine that is also widely known under the name of Propranolol. This medicine belongs to a wide class of medicines that are called beta-blockers. This type of medicines is known to affect the organism’s circulatory system (this includes our veins, arteries and heart).

  4. As low as: $35.00

    Treating high blood pressure alone or along with other medicines. It is also used to treat salt and water retention (swelling) associated with congestive heart failure.
  5. As low as: $33.99

    Calvasc Information

    One of the most effective calcium channel blockers on the market can be purchased as Calvasc. 

  6. As low as: $12.00

    Prinivil Information

    Prinivil is a popular drug that belongs to a wide class of medicines generally known as ACE inhibitors (angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors). 

  7. From: $13.00

    To: $39.00

    Telmisartan is a drug that belongs to the class of angiotensin 2 receptors antagonist or blockers. They oppose the effect of angiotensin and aids smooth arterial blood flow.
  8. As low as: $9.00

    Vasotec Information

    Brand name for enalapril, Vasotec is one of the most effective anti-hypertensive drugs in the market. 

  9. As low as: $25.00

    Generic Zanidip (Lercanidipine HCL) tablets contain the active ingredient lercanidipine hydrochloride, which is a type of medicine called a calcium channel blocker.
  10. As low as: $11.11

    Zebeta is another name for Bisoprolol, which is a beta-adrenergic blocker or blood pressure medication. Zebeta influences the body’s specific response to nerve impulses, thus taking some of the excessive workload off of the patient’s heart.