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Breathing ?
Which of the following health conditions is not directly benefited by breathing exercises?
High blood pressure

 Herbal Materia Medica: Hawthorn 

Thompson EB Aynilian GH Gora P Farnworth NR

Preliminary study of potential antiarrhythmic effects of Crataegus monogyna.

J Pharm Sci (1974 Dec) 63(12):1936-7

Wagner H Grevel J

[Cardioactive drugs IV. Cardiotonic amines from Crataegus oxyacantha (author's transl)]

Planta Med (1982 Jun) 45(2):98-101 Published in German

Wang SL Li YD Zhao Q

[Effects of Crataegus pinnatifidae, Astragalus memoranaceus and Acanthopanax senticosus on cholesterol metabolism in the guinea pig]

Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih (1987 Aug) 7(8):483-4, 454 (Published in Chinese)

Wolkerstorfer H [Treatment of heart disease with a digoxin-crataegus combination]

Munch Med Wochenschr (1966 Feb 25) 108(8):438-41 Published in German

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