- Provides nutritional support for all of the glands of the body.
- Supports energy metabolism.
- Provides protection to the glandular system.
- Contains essential minerals in an easily assimilated form.
How It Works:
Master Gland supports energy metabolism by nourishing the thyroid, pancreas and adrenal glands, which also help maintain already-normal-range blood sugar levels.
This formula provides the glandular system with beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, bioflavonoids and zinc, all of which are powerful antioxidants. A terrific herbal base adds nutritional support. Alfalfa aerial parts can help strengthen the pituitary gland. Dandelion root provides nutrition for the glands responsible for maintaining already-normal-range blood sugar levels. Dong quai root contains nutrients needed for female glands. Kelp contains trace minerals essential for the thyroid, pituitary, adrenal and pineal glands. Licorice supports adrenal gland function. Parsley may support the adrenal, pituitary and prostate glands. Thyme leaves support the reproductive glands.
Provides 20-240% of the Daily Value of vitamin A, C, E, pantothenic acid, zinc and manganese per serving, plus potassium, licorice root, alfalfa aerial parts, asparagus stem extract, black walnut hulls, parsley leaves, parthenium root, thyme leaves, dandelion root, dong quai root, eleuthero root, kelp leaves and stem, lemon bioflavonoids, schizandra fruit, marshmallow root extract, uva ursi leaf and soy lecithin.
Take 2 capsules with breakfast and 2 capsules with lunch daily.
Ancient Greeks and Romans were known to use licorice root for health benefits, and Traditional Chinese Medicines rely on licorice for respiratory, digestive and reproductive system support.
Dong quai grows best in the mountains of China, Japan and Korea. This relative of celery, carrots and parsley has been used in TCM for thousands of years specifically for PMS and sexual energy. Dong quai has also been popular in Ayurveda.
According to records, the Chinese have been eating kelp for more than 2,000 years! Today, the Japanese use 20+ different kelp species in their cooking, some of which they can trace back 1,400 years.
Master Gland features oarweed and knotted wrack. Oarweed grows up to 7 feet long. Knotted wrack has small strap-like fronds and egg-shaped air bladders that help it float.
Chemist Roger J. Williams discovered pantothenic acid in 1931 while studying the B vitamin family.