Buy Propranolol online


Propranolol is a blocking agent that falls in a class of drugs that works for the treatment of hypertension and abnormal heartbeats. Propranolol helps in treating different critical medical conditions such as chest pain, tremors, high blood pressure, and heart rhythm disorders. It works in the treatment of several conditions relating to heart and circulation. It is an inhibitor of heart attack and assists in lowering the intense of hemicrania or migraine headache.


Propranolol is a potent medicine that belongs to the class of beta blockers meant for the treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure), irregular heartbeats, tremors, and other heart and circulation problems. Propranolol works on patients after a heart attack to boost the possible means of survival.  It helps to stop migraine headache and angina. Stopping angina (chest pain) promotes good exercise ability. It reduces high blood pressure which lowers the risk of strokes, kidney problems, and heart attacks. Propranolol as a blocking agent restrains in the body the effects of certain chemicals such as epinephrine which lowers blood pressure, heart rate and strain on the heart.

Mode of Indication, Dosage, and Duration of Treatment

Ensure you adhere to all given instructions by your doctor or those found on the prescription label. Your dose may be changed at times by your doctor for effective treatment results. You are advised not to take Propranolol more, less or longer than it is required. For every intake, adults may accompany the use of medicine with or without a mean. Ensure you stick to the same daily pattern of usage of the dosage at the same time. You are advised to only swallow and not to chew, crush or break the capsule. For proper drug measurement, use appropriate measuring devices. You may need a frequent check up on your blood pressure. Notify your surgeon early about the use of Propranolol if you will be going through surgery. This may require you to stop its use for a brief period of time. Avoid sudden withdrawal from the use of  Tell your doctor about the use of Propranolol. You are advised not to discontinue the use of Propranolol for the treatment of hypertension even after recovery. Your use of Propranolol may be accompanied by exercise, weight control, and diet.


Ensure you follow strictly all the following precautionary measures before or when using Propranolol:

  • Patients who are allergic to Propranolol or those that have asthma, irregular heartbeats (that leads to passing out) and severe heart conditions should keep away from its use.
  • Ensure you notify your doctor if you have a history on any of the following:
    • A muscle disorder;
    • Bronchitis;
    • Emphysema;
    • Low blood sugar or diabetes;
    • Slow heartbeats;
    • Low blood pressure;
    • Congestive heart failure;
    • Depression;
    • Liver disease;
    • Kidney disease;
    • A thyroid disorder;
    • Pheochromocytoma;
    • Circulation problems.
  • Pregnant women or those that may become pregnant should seek the advice of their doctors before the use of Propranolol.
  • Lactating mothers should keep their doctors abreast before the use of Propranolol.

Side Effects

Ensure you seek immediate medical help if you begin to experience any symptoms of allergic reactions to Propranolol. These signs may be the inflammation of your face or throat; hives; or difficulty in breathing. The following are some of the side effects of Propranolol:

  • Nausea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Constipation;
  • Stomach cramps;
  • Decreased sex drive;
  • Erectile dysfunction;
  • Orgasm problem;
  • Insomnia;
  • Fatigue.

Missed Dose

In a situation whereby you forget to use your prescribed medicine, you can always take it at the moment of recollection. However, mind the time for the next dose for regular Propranolol or extended-release Propranolol when it is close: less than 4 hours and 8 hours away respectively. Taking two doses at one time should be avoided.


Peradventure you take more than the prescribed doses, quickly see your doctor or call for emergency medical help. Taking more than the prescribed drugs may result in:

  • Slow or uneven heartbeats;
  • Dizziness;
  • Weakness;
  • Fainting.

Interaction with other drugs

You are advised to notify your doctor before using any new prescription or nonprescription medication with Propranolol. Tell your doctor about the medications you use or have discontinued. The following medications may interact with Propranolol:

  • A blood thinner;
  • An antidepressant;
  • High blood pressure medications or prostate disorder drugs;
  • Heart or blood pressure medicine;
  • NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs);
  • Steroid medicine.