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Flavonex by Health Concerns

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FLAV-2019
$24.99

  • Promotes cerebral function
  • Supports circulatory-related problems
  • Use for impotence due to poor circulation

Internal: 2 to 3 tablets TID, between meals

90 tablets, 750 mg., 15 day supply

Contraindications: Use cautiously with Coumadin and other blood thinners

Karen's Notes
For Crohn's and Colitis- This formula in combination with Isatis Cooling are excellent.

Flavonex is based on a combination of three Chinese herbs rich in flavones, including a concentrated extract of gingko biloba (bai guo ye). Ginkgo is the subject of much research in Europe on its ability to support cerebral and peripheral arterial insufficiency. The herbs are added to a base of famous Chinese herbs thought to prolong the life span and improve cerebral functions. Flavonex is designed to support cardiovascular function. Flavones, also present in fruits, grains, and leafy vegetables, are thought to maintain the integrity of capillaries. The formula also contains salvia (dan shen) and ilex (mao dong qing), which are noted for their heart and capillary promoting properties. Ginkgo leaf extract contains: 24% flavonoids, 6% lactones.

Ingredients

Pueraria root (ge gen), Ilex root (mao dong qing), Salvia root (dan shen), Lonicera flower (jin yin hua), Eucommia bark (du zhong), Acorus rhizome (shi chang pu), Cistanche salsa herb (rou cong rong), Ho-shou-wu root (he shou wu), Morus fruit (sang shen), Rose fruit (jin ying zi), Lycium fruit (gou qi zi), Zizyphus seed (suan zao ren), Tang Kuei root (dang gui), Schizandra fruit (wu wei zi), Ginkgo extract leaf 24% flavonoids; 6% lactones (yin guo ye)

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