Built to Last - Heart Tonic
Appalachian Alchemy, LLC
Regular price $10.00
This blend of herbs was carefully created to support and strengthen the heart and cardiovascular system. Together, these herbs work synergistically to tonify the blood, increase iron absorption, and nourish the optimal health of the heart.
Ingredients - LOVE, hawthorn berry, stinging nettle, tulsi, rose hips, jiaogulan, cayenne, and alcohol. To Use: Adults take 1-2 droppers daily.
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Jiaogulan - potent adaptogen, high in antioxidants, and protective of DNA. Jiaogulan supports the regulation of blood pressure, reduces inflammation, and improves cardiac function. It has been demonstrated in a number of studies to lower bad cholesterol (LDL) and triglyceride levels while raising good cholesterol (HDL) levels.
Stinging Nettle - This is a highly nutritive plant rich in vitamins A, B1, B5, C, D, E, and K, iron, potassium, copper, zinc, magnesium, calcium, and others. It also contains flavonoids, essential amino acids, and proteins. The high levels of iron present in this tincture are essential to improve blood circulation and to lower blood pressure. Acting as a diuretic, nettle herbal tea eliminates sodium from your body. It also decreases sugar levels in the blood.
Hawthorn Berry - Not only does Hawthorn contain high levels of iron, but they are also high in vitamins B1, B2, C, calcium, and phosphorus. This berry can increase the iron absorption in the body. Hawthorn Berry has successfully been used in other countries as a cardiac tonic to feed and give strength to the heart. Hawthorn Berry increases the body’s ability to utilize oxygen and the heart’s ability to utilize calcium. It helps regulate high and low blood pressure and breaks down fat deposits and cholesterol in the body. Hawthorn supports the reduction of calcification of arterial plaque, which hardens and narrows the arteries leading to the heart.
Persons using blood thinners or blood pressure-lowering medications should not use nettle leaf or hawthorn berry without consulting with a doctor. If you have any medical condition, consult with your doctor before using any new herb.
***These statements are for informative purposes only and have not been approved by the FDA. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult a physician before starting new herbal regimens.***