Just wondering if any of you are taking this along with blood pressure medication? I'm curious how this is going to work since the meds and the Tri-lean are obviously going to counteract with each other. Greg said he has a few people on it with BP meds that haven't had any problems. I guess I'll just have to monitor my BP and see how it goes.
I am not on blood pressure medication nor do I have issues with high blood pressure... but I was curious to see if the Hyperdrive caused an increase in mine... I got mine taken at the dentist's office on Monday when I got my teeth cleaned and it was below normal. I was expecting it to be higher with the stimulant but it wasn't.
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I suggested you could take tri-lean kit without the hyperdrive, the stim part.
Or just the Zero-stim and Lean Dream Combo.
I dont suggest people with high BP to take Hyperdrive, i just have some people that buy it anyway. If you did buy the whole kit it would be up to you to try the hyperdrive a day or so and monitor your BP.