Healthy blood pressure is vital for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system. Other natural supplements are available, but they may affect a single pathway, possibly limiting their efficacy because blood pressure needs to be maintained by balancing multiple mechanisms. For the first time, New Chapter delivers a safe, effective, and clinically studied all-natural extract and combines it with additional natural cardiosupportives for optimal blood pressure-balancing effects.
Blood Pressure Take Care targets multiple pathways to safely maintain blood pressure already within normal levels. It modulates multiple important metabolic functions, including the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) and endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS); the enzyme that produces nitric oxide.
Unlike any other grapeseed extract, this patented method of chemical-free solvent extraction allows optimal activity and clinically studied effects. Basic research reveals that the ACE modulating tri-peptides in this vegetable-based fermentation from Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus species also safely maintain blood pressure already within normal levels. Additionally, extracts of revered herbs hawthorn and motherwort are added to Blood Pressure Take Care to complete the herbal therapeutic formula.
One vCap contains:
Grapeseed extract 300 mg
Proprietary blend: (L. bulgaricus; S. thermophilus; B. infantis; cells’ metabolic substances) 100 mg
Hawthorn (flower and leaf ) extract 75 mg
Motherwort (aerial parts) extract 40 mg
Grape Skin extract 25 mg
Other ingredients: Modified cellulose (capsule), apple fiber, maltodextrin, and silica.
Free Of: Animal products, gluten, artificial flavors or colors.
Directions for Use: One vCap daily.
Warnings: As with any dietary or herbal supplement, you should advise your health care practitioner of the use of this product. Not recommended if you are pregnant or nursing or under the age of 18. Do not exceed the daily recommended serving size. This product is not intended for individuals with a known medical condition including cardiovascular disorders or hypotension (low blood pressure). If you are currently taking any prescription medication including that for high blood pressure, consult your physician prior to use.