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Herbs and Organic Compounds for Cardiovascular Health

A healthy diet and lifestyle are our best weapons to support cardiovascular health. When seeking a healthy approach to cardiovascular health, consider the benefit of these regenerative, all-natural herbs and organic compounds. 

• Antioxidant-rich Cassia tora cleanses and supports proper blood flow.

• Dwarf lilyturf root and Sophora flower aid digestion and blood pressure.

•The essential amino acid L-arginine changes into nitric oxide in the body, a powerful neurotransmitter that helps blood vessels relax and also supports circulation. Arginine may also help support healthy blood flow in the arteries of the heart.

• Acetyl-L-carnitine supports cellular energy production by assisting in the transport of fat for conversion into ATP—chemical energy for the cell—important for heart and brain function, muscle movement and many other body processes.

• Alpha-lipoic acid is vital to cellular energy production, helps to neutralize the damage caused by free radicals and breaks down carbohydrates to supply energy.

• Liquid chlorophyll supports circulation with copper chlorophyllin, iron and essential phytonutrients and antioxidants.

•Chrysanthemum flower contains antioxidants and essential minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, folate, iron, sodium and potassium. In Chinese medicine, when the energy of the liver moves upward, it’s mainly due to anger or stress. This can be accompanied by such symptoms as lightheadedness, dizziness, tinnitus and headaches that are associated with blood pressure changes. Research has revealed that chrysanthemum can be a great help in treating blood pressure and cardiac issues.

For more information on these herbs, organic compounds and the regenerative, all-natural foods they can be found in, contact Mack Atkinson at 520-744-2566, [email protected] or HerbalWholeFoods.com. See ad, page 40.
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