Concentrated formula in vegetable capsules, containing extracts from the following herbs:
- Polygonum cuspidatum (Japanese knotweed)
- Scutellaria baicalensis
- Salvia miltiorrhiza
New! Now even stronger extracts + 15% more extra weight!
Weight: 58,5 g netto
Number of capsules: 90 (approx. 30 days)
Extraction ratio: extract
Type: herbal nutritional supplement
Ingredients in a daily dose (3 capsules): Polygonum cuspidatum extract (standardized to 20% resveratrol) - 1419 mg, Scutellaria baicalensis extract (standardized to 85% baicalin) - 354mg, Salvia miltiorrhiza extract (standardized to 30% salvianolic acid B) - 177mg.
Suggested usage: take 1 capsule 3 times a day with a little food. After 3 weeks of use, take a 1 week break.
Important information: in order to determine your individual sensitivity to the ingredients in the product, start with very small trial doses (approx. 1 capsule per day). Only in the case of favorable tolerance, gradually move to the full dosage. Discontinue use if a significant adverse reaction is noted.
The formula can have beneficial effect on: endothelial and cytokine normalization, inflammation, immunity, infections and others. This is a collection of the most important herbs in connection with Mr. Buhner's "core" protocol for Lyme disease. However, the law does not allow us to make claims about healing effects, so do not hesitate to look for this information on other sites or in books.
Warnings: may interact with blood pressure lowering, blood thinning, sugar lowering medications, some antibiotics, and oncology medications.
Notification: the product does not replace a balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. It is not intended for children, pregnant and lactating women. Keep out of the reach of small children. Store in a dry, dark place at room temperature.
Good to know: due to the natural diversity of growing conditions and further processing of herbs (such as location, season, etc...), each batch of the same product has slightly different sensory characteristics (e.g. colour, texture, taste, etc.). Therefore, the product photographs may also differ slightly from the final product. This is an expected effect and has no negative impact on the efficacy of the product.