• Allergy Relief 1 2 3 4
• Helps lower bad cholesterol 5 6 7
• Helps lower blood sugar 8
• Helps lower blood pressure 9
• Helps reduce blood clots 10
• Helps prevent oxidative stress 6 7
• Improves immune health 11 12 13 14
• Improves eye and oral health 15 16
• Pain reliever 6


• Supports Immune Health 19
• Helps relieve pain 20
• Can aid indigestion 21 22
• Lowers cholesterol 23
• Eases arthritis symptoms 24 25


• Keeps mouth healthy 34 35
• Fights germs 34 35 36
• Soothes sore muscles 37 38 39
• Lowers blood sugar level 40
• Eases nausea and vomiting 41
• Lowers cholesterol 40


• Lowers cholesterol 43
• Reduces inflammation 46
• Reduces high blood pressure 44 45
• Treats stomach complaints 47
• Fights against bacteria 46

Nutritional Content of Key Ingredients

*Anti-Cancer – prevents the build-up and formation of cancer cells
*Anti-inflammatory – reduces pain
*Antibacterial – destroys and suppresses growth of bacteria
*Antioxidant – protects cells against the effects of free radicals
*Anticoagulant – reduces and prevents formation of blood clot
*Anti-hyperglycemic – reduces high blood sugar


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