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Asparagus Extract (120 caps)

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Asparagus Extract  120 Capsules

Pure Asparagus Extract contains Asparaginase, Asparagoside, organic folic acid, glutathione, selenium, etc. Asparagus extract is used in alternative medicine for a variety of health problems. It is said that asparagus extract promotes detox, stimulates hair growth, increase libido, and treat hormone imbalance in women. Also is used as a natural treatment for kidney stones and urinary tract infections.

Benefits:

  • Promotes Healthy Immune System
  • Promotes Healthy Urinary System
  • Fights Infections

 

Suggested Use: 2 - 3 capsules, 2 - 3 times per day before or after meals.

Ingredients: 

Serving Size: 2 capsules

Asparagus Extract      1000 mg

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SKU: 1015
UPC: 704889389361
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