A combination of herbs traditionally used to support heart health in traditional Chinese and/or Ayurvedic medicine with naturally sourced vitamin K2 to help maintain blood vessel health.
Chinese herbs for Heart health and circulation:
- Dan shen is traditionally used to support Heart health in TCM, where it’s often taken in conjunction with tienchi ginseng. The two herbs are traditionally believed to complement and reinforce each other’s actions, and in TCM are used to promote healthy circulation by invigorating the Blood and resolving areas of sluggish flow (Blood stasis).
- Camphor tree is often included in herbal formulations containing dan shen and tienchi ginseng, and is a natural source of the compound borneol.
- The Heart, Mind and Spirit are considered closely linked in TCM, where dan shen is also traditionally used to calm the mind and soothe the spirit.
Terminalia – Ayurvedic heart tonic
Contains terminalia, which is regarded as a heart tonic herb in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, meaning that it’s traditionally regarded as having the ability to strengthen the heart and restore vigour and tone to the cardiac muscle (myocardium).
Vitamin K2 supports blood vessel health
Includes vitamin K2 as vitaMK7® (also referred to as MK-7). This naturally sourced form of vitamin K2 is more readily available for the body to use than some other forms of vitamin K2 (such as MK-4), and supports cardiovascular system health by helping to maintain the health of the arteries and blood vessels.
Dosage & warnings
Only take as directed.
|Salvia miltiorrhiza (root) ext. equiv. dry (Dan Shen)||2.5 g|
|Menaquinone 7 (Vitamin K2)||45 μg|
|Cinnamomum camphora (leafy twig) ext. equiv. fresh (Camphor tree)||750 mg|
|Panax notoginseng (root) ext. equiv. dry (Tienchi ginseng)||750 mg|
|Terminalia arjuna (bark) ext. equiv. dry||500 mg|