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Garlic concentrated 2000ug Allicin

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Concentrated Garlic provides 2000ug of Allicin.

About this product

Natures Aid concentrated Garlic is made using a unique cold-processing technique, the tablets are then coated to assist in further reducing the odour and aftertaste of garlic. Garlic may help to maintain a healthy heart and circulation when taken as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Garlic may form part of the ‘Mediterranean Diet’ which incorporates the traditional healthy living habits of people from countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, including Italy, France, Greece and Spain. The Mediterranean diet has been associated with good health, including a healthier heart. A 2013 study found that people following a Mediterranean diet had a 30% lower risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Categories Herbal (Botanicals), Heart Health, Immune Health and Vegan
Status Small round hard tablet
Form & Pack Size 12mm diameter tablet
Pack Size: 90
Dosage Instructions Take 1-3 tablets per day with a cold drink and food.
Do not exceed the recommended intake
Age Restriction Over 6 years only.
Packaging Green PET bottle
EFSA approved claims None

Per tablet:

Allicin 2000µg *
Total Thiosulphinates 2020µg *
Alliin 4000µg *
Gamma-glutamycysteines 1600µg *
Total Sulphur 1300µg *

Microcrystalline Cellulose, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Tablet Coating (Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, Calcium Carbonate, Glycerine), Anticaking Agents (Silicon Dioxide, Vegetable Source Magnesium Stearate).

  • Vegetarian & Vegan 
  • No GM material 
  • No Artificial colours or flavours. 
  • FREE FROM: Corn, Lactose, Dairy, Gluten, Wheat, Yeast, Nuts, Salt, Soya, Starch & Sugar
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