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David Winston's Cardio Calmpound - Supports Cardiovascular Health*
Proprietary Blend Contains: Hawthorn fruit, leaf and flower (Crataegus monogyna), Linden flower (Tilia x vulgaris), Motherwort flowering tops (Leonurus cardiaca), Olive leaf (Olea europea), and European Mistletoe herb (Viscum alba)
Other Ingredients: Certified Organic alcohol, USP pharmaceutical grade glycerin, distilled water
Suggested Use: 30-60 drops (1.5-3 mL) in juice or water.
Contraindications: Do not use during pregnancy or if you are taking blood pressure lowering medication.
Additional Recommendations:: Hypertension is associated with obesity, diet, stress, overuse of stimulants (coffee, tea, ephedra), excessive sodium consumption, cigarette smoking, as well as the use of contraceptive pills and familial history of heart disease. Quitting smoking, reducing sodium consumption as well as caloric intake and eliminating or reducing coffee intake are all helpful. A healthy diet low in saturated fats and refined carbohydrates and rich in soluble fiber, whole grains, legumes and dark green leafy vegetables is very helpful. Increase consumption of calcium, magnesium, Co-Q10 and essential fatty acids such as evening primrose oil, flax seed oil, and fish oils. Stress reduction techniques such as meditation, yoga and deep breathing exercises are also very useful. Flower essences may also be very helpful.
Additional Useful Herbs:: Garlic fresh or in pill form is useful, as are Du Zhong (Eucommia) tea, Cramp Bark, Chamomile or Lemon Balm. Herbal diuretics can also be effective as a symptomatic treatment of hypertension. Dandelion leaf, Stinging Nettles leaf are useful and spare potassium.
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*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.