Daily Vitality:CSI(Cellular Strength and Immunity) 4 oz 3 pak
(6 months supply for 1 person)
This is $10.00 off each of the single bottle price of $47.00 ($30.00 savings)
One 4oz bottle is approximately a two month supply.
This 3 pak should last one person 6 months if taken daily.
Daily Vitality:CSI is a combination of four Barlow Herbal's signature formulas: Una de gato, Pfaffia, Ginloba and East Star. It contains: Cat's Claw, Ginkgo Biloba, Pau d Arco, Suma root, Chinese Astragalus, Chaparral and Love.
Una de gato (Cat's Claw) boosts immune function, helpful for arthritis and other inflammatory issues. Cat's Claw is also well known for it's ability to balance intestinal flora and is called "the opener of the way."
Pfaffia (Suma root) is an adaptogen. It has many properties including hormone support, cell oxygenation, inhibiting tumor growth, lowering cholesterol and balancing body chemistry.
Ginloba (Ginkgo Biloba) is one of the most extensively researched plants on the planet and one of the oldest surviving tree species on earth. This ancient herb increases blood flow to the brain, enhances long distance vision, improves memory and increases uptake of glucose by the brain cells.
East Star (a beautiful blend of Pau 'd Arco, Chinese Astragalus, Suma root and Chaparral) improves immune function, promotes wound healing, relieves pain, reduces inflammation and purifies the blood.
Not suggested during pregnancy.
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