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100 GARLIC EXT PLAIN 2 OZ



 
List Price: $17.45
Hilife Price: $12.56
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Product Code: KYOLIC-2354210020
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The garlic used to make KYOLIC Aged Garlic Extract™ is organically grown. Studies have suggested Aged Garlic Extract and its constituents may help to maintain healthy cholesterol levels,1-17 enhance circulation,18-21 support immune function,22-32 help fight stress and fatigue,33-40 and maintain health function of the liver41-48 and nerves.49-54 Aged Garlic has been shown to effectively kill the yeast Candida albicans in various studies.22,32,55 Veterinarian Gloria Dodd, D.V.M., has successfully used KYOLIC on many animals.


Liquid Kyolic

SUGGESTED USE:
As a dietary supplement, take _-_ teaspoon (300-600mg) or 30-60 drops
one or two filled capsules (size #00) with a meal twice daily.
Supplement Facts
Serving Size 1 capsule

Product Codes:
100-20: 2 fl. oz; no capsules
100-21: 2 fl. oz; 60
gelatin cap
100-23: 2 X 2 fl. oz; no capsules

 

Amount
per serving

%Daily Value

KYOLIC® Aged Garlic Extract™

1ml

(300mg)

**

†Special Garlic Preparation      **Daily Value not established.
†Contains water and residual alcohol from extraction.
 

Free of: gluten, preservatives, sugar, sodium, milk, yeast, artificial colors and flavors.


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Rda:   Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract+†1 ml*
[* Daily Value not established],
[+ Special Garlic Preparation]


Recommend:   Simply take 1/2 teaspoon or put in your favorite beverage twice daily.

Cautions:   Keep in a cool, dry place with cap tight. Refrigeration is recommended after first use.

Does Not Contain:   Yeast, Sodium, Dairy

Ingredients:   Kyolic Aged Garlic Extract.

Safety:   Blister packed.

Serving Size:   1 ml


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