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Lamberts VeinTain, Uses: Provides help for poor circulation - a full 6000mg (as 120mg extract) of the peripheral circulatory-boosting herb ginkgo, alongside both cinnamon and ginger.
Code: L857460Brand: LambertsForm (e.g. capsules): Capsules
Two capsules of VeinTain provide a full 6000mg (as 120mg extract) of the peripheral circulatory-boosting herb ginkgo, alongside both cinnamon and ginger.
All herbs are presented as extracts to ensure the active constituents are present.
To further preserve the special volatile compounds found in ginger and cinnamon, VeinTain has been produced in capsule form.
2 capsules of Lamberts VeinTain typically contain:
6000mg Ginkgo Biloba (as 120mg of a 50:1 extract), providing 28.8mg flavonglycosides, 3000mg Cinnamon bark (as 600mg of a 5:1 extract), 7200mg Ginger (as 60mg of a 120:1 extract).
Encapsulated with:Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Glycerin, Colours: Titanium Dioxide & Copper Chlorophyll), Sunflower Oil, Lecithin, Glyceryl Monostearate.
2 capsules daily, or as professionally recommended
We do not recommend Lamberts VeinTain for pregnant or lactating women without referring to their Doctor, although ginger tea may well be helpful for nausea.
This information is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified Healthcare Professional.
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