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Friday, May 30, 2014

Mangosteen Extract - from "Queen of Fruits"

Mangosteen Extract - from "Queen of Fruits"

Mangosteen Fruits, a tropical fruit famous as the "Queen of Fruits", is one of the most nutrient-rich plant foods on Earth, in which containing the compounds called Xanthones with biological active plant phenols structurally similar to flavonoids, which is thought to have antioxidant properties; which also a rich source of other bioactive molecules including flavenoids, benzophenones, lactones, phenolic acids, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and also contain such nutrients as well as zinc, iron, copper, calcium, germanium, etc.

The Xanthones have been known as unique, biologically active group of molecules processing a six-carbon conjugated ring structure with multiple double carbon bonds, in Mangosteen including: 1,6-dihydroxy-3-methoxy-2-(3-methyl-2-butenyl) xanthone, 1,5,8-trihydroxy-3-methoxy-2-(3-methyl-2-butenyl) xanthone, maclurin, 1,3,6,7-tetrahydroxy xanthone, 1,3,6,7-tetrahydroxy xanthone-O-.beta.-D-glucoside, chrysanthemin, cyaniding-3-O-.beta.-D-sophoroside, 8-deoxygartanin, 1,5-dihydroxy-2-isopentenyl-3-methoxy xanthone, 1,7-dihydroxy-2-isopentenyl-3-methoxy xanthone, 5,9-dihydroxy-8-methoxy-2,2-dimethyl-7-(3-methylbut-2-enyl)2(H), 6(H)-pyrano-(3,2,6)-xanthen-6-one, fructose, garcinone A,B,C, D and E, gartanin, glucose, cis-hex-3-enyl acetate, 3-isomangostin, 3-isomangostin hydrate, 1-isomangostin, 1-isomangostin hydrate, kolanone, mangostin, beta.-mangostin, alpha.-mangostin, mangostin-3,6-di-O-gulcoside, normangostin, sucrose, tannins, BR-xanthone-A, BR-xanthone-B, calabaxanthone demethylcalabaxanthone,2-(.gamma.,.gamma.-dimethylallyl)-1,7-dihydroxy-3-m ethoxyxanthone, 2,8-bis-(.gamma.,.gamma.-dimethylallyl)-1,3,7-trihydroxyxanthone, 1,3,5,8-tetrahydroxy-2,4-diprenylxanthone, and mangostanol.

Since the first scientific article on the mangosteen's function properties was written by Jaques Garcin in 1697, researches in 11 different countries investigating Mangosteen fruits for its function properties have produced over 50 published scientific papers. In most instances, the research was initiated to elucidate the mechanisms behind the mangosteen for it's new function claims:

Antioxidant protection against free radicals Maintains immune system health Promotes joint flexibility Provides positive mental support Reduces allergies Reduces joint inflammation Prevents cancer Pain control -sciatica and radicular pain syndromes

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Friday, May 23, 2014



The combination of estrogen and stress may make women more susceptible to anxiety and depression than men, a study by researchers at the Yale University School of Medicine suggests.

The study was one of the first attempting to find a molecular reason why women are about twice as likely to experience major depression and anxiety disorders as men, said Rebecca Shansky, a graduate student in Yale’s neurobiology department and lead author of the study, published in the March issue of the journal Molecular Psychiatry.

“People really haven’t studied this in a gender-specific way,” Shansky said. Stress has been implicated in the development of major depression, a condition marked by disruption in the prefrontal cortex.

This area of the brain regulates behavior, thought and working memory — the ability to plan and organize behavior.

Shansky and other Yale neuro-biologists decided to place rats under stress to gauge the influence estrogen levels have on the rats’ ability to complete simple memory tasks.

Without any stress, male and female rats performed memory tasks equally well.

With high levels of stress, male and female rats both made a lot of errors. However, male rats performed significantly better at memory tasks than females when placed under moderate stress.

On closer study, researchers discovered that female rats performed poorly on the tests only during proesterus, when they produced high levels of estrogen.

During estrus, or with low estrogen levels, there was no impairment.

The scientists then removed the ovaries of female rats and repeated the experiment, giving some rats estrogen replacement and other placebos.

Again, they found that female rats with high levels of estrogen performed worse on memory tasks than those without.

The results suggest that estrogen may amplify the negative effect of stress on the brain’s ability to complete certain tasks, Shansky said.

It could be that estrogen also increases susceptibility to stress-related disorders, such as depression and anxiety, which would help explain why the increased risk ends at menopause, she said.

However, Shansky said estrogen may have beneficial effects on other areas of the brain and on other functions — such as long-term memory formation.

“It is important that this study isn’t presented as saying estrogen is bad for women,” Shansky said.

Dr. Nick Martinis, assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Connecticut Health Center, said estrogen can have some beneficial effects on the serotonin system, which often malfunctions in depressed patients.
DeMartinis speculated that in some women the combination of high levels of stress and estrogen interferes with serotonin regulation and triggers depression.

Teasing out female-specific contributing factors may have great value in developing new treatments for anxiety and depression, DeMartinis said.

“There may be ways to treat depression that are more helpful to women than men, but we haven’t found them yet,” he said. “When we figure that out, we may be able to customize those treatments.”


Wednesday, May 21, 2014



For some people, cultivating an aloe vera plant is like having a first aid kit on the windowsill. In case of a minor burn or cut, they break off a leaf and use the clear, slick gel oozing from its center as an ointment. Surveying the array of aloe plants with broken, stubby leaves growing in the window of Marina Kameneva's laboratory, one might become concerned about the safety of the students working there. But her lab isn't an unusually hazardous place and her lab workers aren't particularly accident-prone. Rather, the plants are regularly harvested because the aloe gel contains polymers that Kameneva says improve blood flow. Adding a minute amount of these polymers to the blood makes it easier to pump and improves its ability to squeeze through the tiny arteries and capillaries where red blood cells do their work ---- supplying cells with oxygen and removing carbon dioxide. Kameneva, a bioengineer who directs the artificial blood program at the University of Pittsburgh's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, discovered these drag-reducing polymers in aloe gel several years ago. She believes they eventually might be used to treat a number of medical conditions, including heart attacks, stroke and circulation problems associated with chronic conditions such as diabetes and peripheral vascular disease. "It's quite a remarkable discovery," said Dr. Mitchell Fink, chairman of critical care medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. In a study published in this month's issue of the journal Shock, he and Kameneva found that rats that suffered severe blood loss were five times more likely to survive this hemorrhagic shock if treated with the aloe vera-derived polymer. "It's potentially applicable to a whole host of conditions," said Fink, who noted this small animal study in a relatively obscure journal already has generated a lot of buzz. "I've gotten e-mails from all over the place." As of yet, no one understands precisely how these polymers manage to improve blood flow. But the same thing also can be said for drag-reducing polymers in general. Reducing turbulence First described following World War II by British chemist B.A. Toms, drag-reducing polymers reduce turbulence when added to fluids. That allows fluids to be pumped with less pressure or, under constant pressure, to flow at a greater rate. This concept of cutting resistance by reducing turbulence is the same approach used by automobile designers, noted Guy Berry, a chemistry professor at Carnegie Mellon University. By streamlining or by adding airfoils, car designers smooth the flow of air over the vehicle, reducing turbulence and thus helping the vehicle slice through the air. "It was very exciting when it was first observed," Berry recalled of the discovery of drag-reducing polymers. They have been used to ease the flow of oil in the Alaskan pipeline, to increase well pressures for enhanced oil recovery and, in firefighting, to make water shoot farther from fire hose nozzles. The U.S. Navy has long been interested in using drag-reducing polymers to help submarines and surface ships move with greater stealth and less power. Charles McCormick, a polymer scientist at the University of Southern Mississippi, once worked on a project for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to use the polymers to reduce friction on torpedoes. In a bit of serendipity, the British Navy once discovered that algae in water tanks it used to test ship models were producing a polysaccaride that was reducing turbulence, McCormick said. For a time, British scientists tried, without success, to get the algae to grow on ship hulls. But how turbulence is reduced is not fully understood. Drag-reducing polymers, whether naturally occurring or manmade, tend to be very long and relatively stiff molecules. Many polymers tend to coil back on themselves, Berry said, but drag-reducing polymers look more like uncooked spaghetti. It appears that the length of the polymers is related to the size of microturbulent eddies in liquids, McCormick said. This seems to keep waves from propagating from the eddies, reducing turbulence. At least that's one theory. But when it comes to how drag-reducing polymers work in blood, things get even murkier. Blood flowing through blood vessels is not turbulent, said Kameneva, who began studying drag-reducing polymers 30 years ago at Moscow State University in Russia. Kameneva and her mathematician husband, Boris Kushner, were among thousands of Soviet Jews who fled the foundering Soviet Union in the late 1980s. They moved to Pittsburgh in 1989 and Kameneva joined Pitt in 1991. She had suspected that aloe gel, known to be rich in polysaccarides, might contain drag-reducing polymers. An earlier researcher, she noted, had already shown that polysaccarides derived from okra improved blood circulation. She found the aloe-derived polymers made blood more slippery, helping it move from larger arteries to increasingly narrow pre-capillary vessels and capillaries. Also, as vessels continually branch off, the polymers seem to reduce the tiny vortexes that form at each bifurcation, she said. Normally, a very thin layer -- 4 to 5 microns -- of blood plasma coats the lining of the blood vessels, keeping the red blood cells away from the wall. But the drag-reducing polymers thin this plasma layer further, allowing the blood cells to come closer to the wall, making gas exchange easier. As the red blood cells get closer to the vessel walls, they experience more shear stress, stretching out the cells and exposing more of their surface to the vessel wall. The proximity of the cells to the vessels also triggers the production of nitric oxide, which causes the vessels to dilate. These effects would be important in the treatment of hemorrhagic shock, which occurs following the loss of blood. Standard treatment is to stop the bleeding and to restore blood volume by adding liquid called Ringer's solution and red blood cells. But even if blood volume is restored, the microcirculation at the capillary and pre-capillary level can remain impaired, particularly if the low blood volume has persisted for a long time. "That's why [hemorrhagic shock] patients die from organ failure," Kameneva said. The polymers improve microcirculation, by dilating the vessels, making the red blood cells work harder and by increasing blood pressure. "If you have higher blood pressure, it can push more blood cells through" the tiny vessels, she explained. Battlefield applications? The recent rat study of shock was sponsored by DARPA to test whether a small amount of polymer could keep battlefield victims alive another hour or two while they are evacuated. It's impossible for medics to carry sufficient fluids to infuse shock victims, but they could carry enough polymer to treat a number of patients. The study thus focused on whether the polymers could serve as an alternative to fluid infusions. But Fink said treatment for hemorrhagic shock remains problematic even when intravenous fluids are readily available, so further study of the polymers as an addition to standard therapy would be justified. Fink said the polymers don't seem to have any safety problems, but cautioned that the polymers have yet to undergo the sort of safety testing in animals that would be necessary before they could be considered for testing in humans. Also, Kameneva has yet to determine the exact composition of the drag-reducing polymer. That information would be necessary before the Food and Drug Administration would consider approving it as a drug and also would be needed to patent it, Fink said. Without a patent, he added, no pharmaceutical company would be willing to make the investment necessary to allow clinical trials, much less bring the drug to market. Kameneva said the composition of aloe gel has been widely studied, but which of the polysaccarides in the gel are incorporated in the polymer and in what sequence is not known. "I'm not a chemist," she explained. One of her graduate students, Joie Marhefka, is analyzing the polymer's structure, she said, but an expert in polysaccaride chemistry probably could determine the structure in two or three months. Kameneva hopes that as more people learn about the potential of her polymer she might find a chemist interested in collaborating or an industrial sponsor willing to bankroll such a study. Her experience thus far, however, has been that drag-reducing polymers are a concept that many medical researchers have a hard time comprehending. "It took me four years here to publish the first paper," she said, admitting she has been frustrated at times by the pace of her progress. "It's still in the laboratory and it's a shame."

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Saturday, May 17, 2014

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Friday, May 16, 2014

Whey Protein

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COMPLETE FOOD SUPREME has been formulated with five essential supplements blended together into one comprehensive or “Complete” formula. Each capsule contains all of the five components: a Vitamin-Mineral component, a Calcium Mineral Component, an Antioxidant component, a Fish Oil component rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and a Phytonutrient component. Each of these components addresses separate, specific needs of your body.
COMPLETE FOOD SUPREME is one of the best, most “complete” daily supplements available. Each of the five components addresses specific daily needs in supporting your body's optimum health, healing and performance. The Vitamin and Mineral components provide your body with many of the nutrients recognized as esential in your diet as put forth in the Reference Daily Intake (RDI). The Antioxidant component supports your body's fight against harmful free-radicals which can cause cellular damage. The Calcium Mineral component naturally contains every mineral found in the human body in similar proportions to the human body, with all 74 individual minerals being highly absorbable. The Fish Oil component rich in two kinds of Omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) provide nutritional support for heart health of healthy people, people at high risk of cardiovascular disease and those with cardiovascular disease. The Phytonutrient component provides specific nutrients found in plants that have been shown to provide health benefits by supporting the body's functioning and maintenance of optimum health. Each of these components is important in its own way, but together they provide your body with "Complete" nutriition.
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement for adults. Take 1 to 2 packets a day with meals.

CATECHINS (green tea) – Inhibits the growth of cancerous tumors and blood cholesterol.
GENISTEIN (soy) – Inhibits growth of breast and prostate cancer cells and has been shown to convert abnormal cancer cells into normal ones ending the spread of cancer.
CAPSICUM (hot pepper) – Lowers cholesterol and triglycerides, helps prevent formation of blood clots that lead to heart attack or stroke.
ELLAGIC ACID (grapes) – Counteracts synthetic and naturally occurring carcinogens preventing healthy cells from turning cancerous.
INDOLES (cruciferous vegetables) – May inactivate potent estrogens that stimulate the growth of tumors.
LYCOPENE (tomatoes) – Antioxidant recent studies suggest that it may protect against cervical cancer.
SULFIDES (garlic, onions) – Daily reduces metabolism of nitrosamine, a potent naturally occurring carcinogen by the liver.
QUERCETIN (onions, broccoli) – Inhibits growth of tumor cells containing binding sites for type 2 estrogen-breast cancer.
D-LIMONENE (orange and lemon peel) – Can inhibit growth of breast cancer cells in animals and programs breast cancer cells in rats to self-destruct.
SULFORAPHANE (cruciferous vegetables) – Stimulates cells.
PHYTOESTROGEN – Natural estrogen that protects body against hormonal estrogens.

VITAMIN A (beta carotene and palmitate) – Promotes the growth of healthy cells. Helps prevent eye problems.
VITAMIN C (ascorbic acid, calcium ascorbate) – This is a powerful antioxidant that is necessary for the health of all the connective tissue in the body. A natural antibiotic that builds the immune system while it fights colds, flu, cancer, fatigue, and repairs tissue. Vitamin C decreases cholesterol, protects against blood clots, and strengthens the circulatory system. This helps prevent bruising and is a must for healthy bones and teeth.
VITAMIN E (d-alpha tocopheryl sucinate with beta, gamma, and delta tocoperol) – Excellent for circulation, is an antioxidant and protects red blood cells. It is useful in tissue repair, pms, and treating fibrocystic breasts. It helps reduce blood pressure and slows down cellular aging. Vitamin E is only stored in the body for a short time. Alpha-tocopherol is the most effective type of Vitamin E. It supports the activity of Vitamin A. It also provides more energy to the blood by supplying oxygen.
VITAMIN B1 (thiamin mononitrate) – Helps with the production of hydrochloric acids that are needed for digestion. Enhances circulation and aids carbohydrate metabolism. It aids in the treatment of shingles and improves mental attitude.
VITAMIN B2 (riboflavin, riboflavin 5 phosphate) – This is a common deficiency and important for growth and antibody production. Helps skin, nails and hair. Helps eye strain and prevention of cataracts.
VITAMIN B3 (niacinamide) – Aids in digestion and proper utilization of nutrition. Improves circulation to the brain.
VITAMIN B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride, pyridoxal 5 phosphate)– This is important for your physical and mental health. Pyridoxine helps with water retention and helps maintain the sodium and potassium balance in the body. Aids in digestion and helps the immune system. Pyridoxine reduces the formation of cholesterol around the heart muscle. Helps in preventing kidney stones and pms. A deficiency is linked to carpal tunnel.
FOLIC ACID – This is necessary for energy production. It aids in protein metabolism and the formation of red blood cells. It also helps to improve lactation. Good for preventing parasites in the intestinal tract.
PANTOTHENIC ACID (d-calcium pantothenate) – Recommended for glaucoma, aids in healing, fights infection. Called the antistress vitamin, is important in the production of the adrenal hormones and antibodies. This is required by all cells of the body and aids in vitamin utilization.
VITAMIN B12 (cyanocobalamin) – Necessary for proper digestion, protein synthesis, and cellular longevity. Necessary to prevent anemia, aids in cell formation, prevents nerve damage and supports normal growth. Many older folks have Vitamin B12 deficiency because of malabsorption.
BIOTIN – This is necessary for normal metabolism of fat and protein. It has been helpful to slow down the loss of hair and graying.
CALCIUM (carbonate) – Maintains strong bones and teeth. It keeps the heart beating regularly, metabolizes body iron, and is a natural sedative. It is essential for a healthy nervous system, blood clotting, and helps in the prevention of colon cancer.
MAGNESIUM (oxide) – It is important to enhance enzyme activity and for effective nerve and muscle function. Helps convert blood sugar to energy. Prevents depression and stress. A deficiency can cause irritability, high blood pressure, muscle weakness, dizziness and heart disease.
COPPER (chelate) – Essential to the formation of hemoglobin in red blood cells and bone. It is necessary for healthy nerves and energy production. Needed for healthy protein and enzyme formation.
IRON (citrate) – Essential in the formation of red blood cells, promotes disease resistance and improves skin tone. Iron deficiency causes hair loss, dizziness and anemia. Women lose twice as much iron as men.
MANGANESE (citrate) – For healthy nerve and immune system, improves blood sugar regulation. Necessary for healthy bones, fights fatigue, improves memory and reduces irritability. Helps lactation and produces enzymes needed to oxidize fats.
ZINC (chelate) – This mineral builds and supports the immune system. It is involved in protein synthesis, formation of insulin, helps normalize the prostate and helps restore smell and taste loss. Recommended for healing skin and acne. It accelerates healing and promotion of growth and mental alertness.
VITAMIN D (cholecalciferol) – It is also called the sunshine vitamin. It is acquired through sunlight. Vitamin D does not occur in most plants so you must use a supplement or catch the rays. Once you tan, Vitamin D cannot pass through the skin. It is necessary to have Vitamin D to utilize calcium and phosphorus.
VITAMIN K (phytanadione) – This vitamin helps prevent internal bleeding and promotes proper blood clotting. Helps reduce excessive menstrual flow.
CHROMIUM (picolinate) – Helps the body lose fat and keep muscle. It also reduces appetite and helps provide energy. Needed to normalize blood sugar levels.
MOLYBDENUM (sodium molybdate) – This mineral is needed in nitrogen metabolism. It is found in the liver, bones and kidneys. A low intake is associated with mouth and gum disorders. A low intake is also associated with cancer and a lack of this mineral may cause sexual impotence in males.
IODINE (potassium iodide) – Iodine helps to metabolize fat, is needed for thyroid health and prevents goiters. Iodine deficiency has been linked to breast cancer and mental retardation in children. It also promotes healthy hair, skin, and teeth.
BORON (citrate) – This mineral is needed for calcium uptake. It also helps women on estrogen replacement therapy to keep estrogen in the blood longer. Boron retards bone loss in women after menopause.
SELENIUM (selenomethionine) – This works with Vitamin E. They are both antioxidants. It keeps tissue elastic, helps with dandruff, improves circulation, protects against some cancers and alleviates menopausal distress.
CITRUS BIOFLAVONOIDS – Makes Vitamin C work well. The combination of Vitamin C and Bioflavonoids helps strengthen the capillary system. Helps with bruises, bumps and relieves pain. They have an antibacterial affect. In addition to lowering cholesterol, promotes circulation and helps prevent cataracts.
FISH OIL (Omega-3 fatty acids) - Has been shown to decrease blood cholesterol & triglycerides and can also help to prevent blood clots.
PHYTONUTRIENT & ANTIOXIDANT BLEND - Groups of Vitamins, Minerals and Enzymes that help to protect the body from the formation of free radicals, which are groups of atoms that can cause damage to cells, impair the immune system and lead to infections and various degenerative diseases such as heart disease, cancer, high blood pressure and diabetes.
GLUTATHIONE – This is a powerful antioxidant that inhibits the formation of free radicals. Helps prevent the damages of smoking radiation, alcohol and side affects of chemotherapy.
VANADIUM – Needed for cellular metabolism and for the formation of bones and teeth. It plays a role in growth and reproduction and inhibits cholesterol synthesis. A Vanadium deficiency may be linked to cardiovascular and kidney disease, impaired reproductive ability and increased infant mortality. Vanadium has been known to help with reversal and control of diabetes.

ACTIVANÔ GRAPE SEED EXTRACT – The king of herbs. It supports all body functions and stimulates and improves brain cells.
PEPPERMINT (leaf) – This is one of the most common of household remedies. Peppermint will cleanse the blood and is supportive to the stomach, intestines and muscles.
BROCCOLI, SPINACH AND TOMATO POWDER – An anti-cancer diet would include all of these vegetables.
GARLIC – This is a wonderful antibiotic. It is supportive to all body functions, especially the immune system. It encourages the lymphatic system to get rid of waste and helps cleanse the blood. It strengthens blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. It is recommended in the treatment of arteriosclerosis. It fights both fungal and bacterial infections.
CRANBERRY (fruit powder) – Used to heal bladder infections and kidney stones.
ECHINACEA (standardized extract) – This is an immune enhancer and a natural antibiotic. It is used for flu, infection, tonsillitis, sinus, and digestive tract. It also is an anti-inflammatory and antiviral. It helps you get well and prevents illness. It promotes production of white blood cells.
MILK THISTLE (standardized extract) – Used to restore and protect the liver. It acts as an antioxidant and prevents free radical damage. It also increases membrane strength.
PANEX GINSENG (standardized extract) – Referred to as the king of herbs, it supports all body functions and stimulates and improves brain cells. It helps normalize blood pressure and circulation and reduces cholesterol. Helps the body deal with stress.
GINKGO BILOBA (standardized extract) – It is a powerful antioxidant and improves circulation. It inhibits the clumping of blood platelets which cause heart and artery problems. It improves blood flow to the brain.
GREEN TEA (extract) – A tea from Japan that shows great promise in preventing many cancers. This herb is also an immune system protector.
MANGO (fruit juice concentrate) – An anti-cancer diet would include this food.

VITAMIN A20000 IU400%
VITAMIN C1000 mg1666%
VITAMIN K50 mcg63%
RIBOFLAVIN (B2)6.8 mg400%
NIACIN (B3)50 mg250%
VITAMIN B610 mg500%
VITAMIN B1230 mcg500%
FOLIC ACID400 mcg100%
BIOTIN300 mcg100%
CALCIUM820 mg820%
IODINE150 mcg100%
MAGNESIUM250 mg62.50%
ZINC15 mg100%
SELENIUM200 mcg290%
COPPER2 mg100%
CHROMIUM1000 mcg833%
BORON1 mg*
VANADIUM1000 mcg*
FISH OIL2000 mg*
EPA (Eicosapentaenoic acid from fish oil)600 mg*
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid from fish oil)400 mg*
Odorless Garlic (bulb), Broccoli (flower),
Cranberry (fruit), Spinach (leaf), Tomato
(fruit), Panax Ginseng (root) extract 8%
ginsenosides, Green Tea (leaves)
extract 50% polyphenols, Echinacea
Purpurea Angustfolia (whole herb) extract
4% total phenolic compounds, Milk
Thistle (seed) extract 10% Silymarin,
Peppermint (leaf), Mango (fruit) juuice
concentrate, Activin ™ Grape Seed
extract 95% proanthocyanidins,
Glutathione, Ginkgo Biloba (leaf) extract
24% ginkgo flavonglycosides and 6%
terpene lactones.
% Daily Value are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
* % Daily Value not established.

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