AUD $24.15 each
Around seven billion human hearts are beating on earth right now. Every day, your own heart beats about 100 000 times and pumps the equivalent of 7600 litres of blood through your body's 100 000 km cardiovascular system. No muscle in your body works harder, longer or steadier, decade after decade. Under emotional stress or vigorous exercise your heart can step up its output fivefold. A little larger than a fist, the human heart is a masterpiece of divine engineering.
No one can afford to take this incredible muscle for granted. It is your responsibility to care for your heart through eating a balanced diet, plenty of physical activity, being smoke-free and by enjoying a healthy lifestyle but sometimes, natural herbal supplements are needed. Heart Wine contains the therapeutic herb hawthorn, which was used in Irish folk medicine as a heart tonic, in the 1600's. Hawthorn is one of the oldest-known medicinal plants used in western herbal medicine and is one of the most valuable herbs for improving and supporting heart health.
Heart Wine contains hawthorn, one of the most valuable, traditionally-used herbs for improving heart health, optimising heart function and maintaining a healthy heart. It is a powerful tonic that helps cardiovascular and circulatory systems to perform at their peak.
Shake bottle before use.
Adults only: take 25 mL three times daily.
Use only as directed.
Not suitable during pregnancy and lactation.
Contains alcohol 19% volume and sulfur dioxide.
Duration of Use
For best results this product should be taken for at least 6 weeks.
Each 25 mL dose contains extract equivalent to Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) herb top fl. dry 1 g (1000 mg).
Features / Benefits
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
- Helps promote the body’s natural healing forces.
- Liquid extracts are rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream.
- Superior herbal extract ingredients are used, ensuring potency, quality and efficacy.
- Tamper-evident packaging ensures consumer safety.
- Manufactured to strict pharmaceutical standards and listed with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA).