• Cardiovascular health
• Supports healthy blood flow
Serving Size 1 Capsule%DV
Terminalia arjuna extract (8-10:1, 5% tannins)500 mg†
† Daily Value not established
What Is It?
Arjuna Flow is Terminalia arjuna, an Ayurvedic herb used to support cardiovascular function for the last 1200 years. Recent evidence supports this traditional role and demonstrates that arjuna encourages a healthy blood lipid profile and supports the function of the heart muscle.
What Does It Do?
Primary Uses: Arjuna increases the capacity of the heart to pump blood more efficiently. More recent research confirms that arjuna offers some of the same cardiovascular benefits that drugs do, but without the side effects. By increasing cardiac capacity, it can reduce symptoms of angina and reduce the frequency of the attacks.
Secondary Uses: Arjuna offers long-term health benefits such as antioxidant protection and the promotion of healthy cholesterol balance.
Who Should Take It?
Those who are concerned about their cardiovascular health, who have a weaker heart or who have had previous heart attacks could benefit from arjuna.
Take 1-3 capsules daily with/without food, or as directed by a qualified health care practitioner.
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