Circulation 96 capsules
96 capsules of organic: Epimedium, Hawthorne berry, Sea buckthorn berry and Manjishta.
"Results recorded from clinical trials, experiences of professionally qualified medical herbalists, and the low/negligible incidence of side effects experienced by patients would indicate that Crataegus (Hawthorne berry) preparations hold significant potential as a useful remedy in the treatment of CVD.
Clinical trials have until recently been largely confined to patients presenting with NYHA stage I or II heart failure. More recently, the inclusion of patients with more advanced CVD in clinical trials might have affected outcomes, particularly where dosages were not adjusted to reflect the severity of illness." https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3249900/
Epimedium "In the four-week human trial, LER (1 ml) was taken twice a day after meals in the morning and evening. The condition of the peripheral blood circulation was estimated 0, 2 and 4 weeks after taking LER using two instruments: a BC-Checker for measuring the peripheral blood circulation index, and a ASTRIM SU for measurement or visualization of the width of small veins. In consequence, LER was found to improve the peripheral blood circulation index and the width of small veins. We tried to analyze in detail the extent of change among different groups (sex, blood circulation index at initial point, change of condition by interview, etc.), and it was noteworthy that women, a group who claimed they felt good upon interview after LER treatment, and a group showing lowering of the blood circulation index at initial point were highly responsive. In conclusion, the present results indicate that LER improves the condition of the peripheral blood circulation, suggesting that it acts as a preventive or care agent to resolve various kinds of problems, such as a stiff shoulders or lower back pain, caused by disorders of the peripheral blood circulation. "
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285109999_Improvement_of_peripheral_blood_circulation_in_mouse_and_human_with_aged_garlic_extract_preparation_combined_with_ginseng_oriental_bezoar_antler_velvet_cuscuta_seed_and_epimedium_herb [accessed Aug 31 2018].
"Damiana has long been claimed to have a stimulating effect on libido, and its use as an aphrodisiac has continued into modern times. The active alkaloids in damiana may have a testosterone-like effect in your body, and this may be responsible for damiana’s ability to raise libido in both men and women. It was included in the National Formulary in the United States from 1888 to 1947, of its effect on sexuality and sexual dysfunction. Damiana leaf has been shown to increase circulation and sensitivity..." http://www.superfoods-scientific-research.com/medicinal-herbs/damiana-benefits.html
Manjistha "In the present investigation, the qualitative screening by using prepared extracts revealed the presence of a wide range of phytoconstituents (Table 6). Borntrager’s test for anthraquinone was found to be positive for all the studied samples.[ 13, 14] More intensive colour was noticed in root samples compared to stem and leaves indicating presence of more amount of anthraquinones in the roots. Glycosides other than cardiac glycosides were present only in all root extracts...." http://www.phytojournal.com/archives/2013/vol1issue5/PartA/17.1.pdf
This study looked into the benefits of omega 7 and omega 3 from this berry. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6589177/
Supplementation of seabuckthorn seed oil at a daily dose of 0.75 ml for 30 days resulted in normalization of blood pressure in hypertensive subjects. Dietary supplementation of seabuckthorn seed oil markedly reduces cholesterol, oxy-LDL and triglycerides in hypercholesterolemic subjects though it's effect on subjects with normal blood pressure and cholesterol is less pronounced. Seabuckthorn seed oil supplementation also improves circulatory antioxidant status in both normal and hypertensive subjects.
The present study demonstrates the efficacy of seabuckthorn seed oil in reducing dyslipidemia, cardiovascular risk factors and hypertension in human population which may be due to presence of omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids in the oil. The improvement in antioxidant status can be attributed to presence of beta carotene and vitamin E in seabuckthorn seed oil." https://www.clinicalnutritionjournal.com/article/S0261-5614(16)30179-0/abstract
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