InterCure is a manufacturer of medical devices used to Lower Blood Pressure. InterCure’s manufacturing is based in Nazareth, Israel with a distribution office in New York, New York. Founded in 2000, InterCure, Inc. makes interactive therapeutic devices that have been cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter sales. These therapeutic devices are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. Marketed under the brand name of RESPeRATE, the InterCure Company offers their high blood pressure treatment device for use by physicians as well as for home health care. The InterCure Corporation’s medical device helps people reduce high blood pressure without making them feel weak. Feelings of weakness is a major side effect of using ACE inhibitor drugs for hypertension.
InterCure, Inc. produces a medical device used for the treatment of hypertension. Sold under the brand name of RESPeRATE, InterCure offers a home care blood pressure treatment device that is non-invasive and uses no chemicals or drugs. Approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, InterCure RESPeRATE provides a systematic reduction in sympathetic outflow of the autonomous nervous system. One of the key underlining causes for cardiovascular disease, insomnia and other dangerous health conditions is the autonomous nervous system. Ten separate clinical studies have demonstrated the device’s efficacy and safety. InterCure’s RESPeRATE is now featured in more than 20 popular and professional text books.
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