- Provides potent antioxidant properties.
- Supports and maintains blood vessels.
- Encourages optimal blood flow.
- Supports blood pressure levels already within the normal range.
- Promotes blood flow in the peripheral arteries.
- Helps maintain normal blood viscosity.
How It Works:
The main ingredients in Blood Pressurex are the powerful herbs Coleus forskohlii, olive leaf extract, hawthorn berries extract and goldenrod; the amino acid arginine; and the antioxidants vitamin E and a powerful, proprietary grape seed extract. These combine to help protect blood vessels, promote blood flow in the peripheral arteries and inhibit cell damage. Grape seed extract contains an array of bioflavonoids, antioxidants and polyphenols. Studies suggest that grape seed extract may be beneficial for maintaining blood pressure levels and may contribute to overall cardiovascular health.
15 IU vitamin E (50% of Daily Value), l-arginine, olive leaf extract, grape seed extract, coleus root extract, hawthorn berries extract and goldenrod aerial parts.
Take 1 capsule with a meal three times daily.
CAUTION: Consult your health care provider before using this product if you are currently taking prescription medication(s). Do not discontinue use of your prescription medication(s) without your doctors approval.
Olive trees are among the oldest known cultivated trees, spreading throughout the Middle East and the Mediterranean over 6,000 years ago. In fact, some trees have lived over 2,000 years! Before they can bear edible fruit, olive trees must mature, a process that takes between 65 to 80 years.
Grapes have a long history of traditional medicinal use dating back to ancient Greece. More recent research has focused on the potential of phytonutrients like resveratrol and proanthocyanidin that are found in the seed and skin of the grape.
Arginine was first discovered in the late 1800s, but it didn’t enter the limelight until much later. The discovery of nitric oxide’s pivotal role in cardiovascular health earned a Nobel Prize in medicine 1998, making arginine an overnight star. Since that discovery 25 years ago, over 65,000 published papers refer to nitric oxide in some way.
Discovered in 1922 and identified as essential for the live birth of fertilized eggs, vitamin E was given the name tocopherol. It comes from the Greek words meaning “to bear offspring.”