- MFG # T-37
- UPC # NW1200
Support for the prostate gland.
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Saw Palmetto‚ Pygeum Africanum‚ Parsley‚ Buchu Leaf‚ Uva Ursi‚ Marshmallow‚ Suma‚ Alfalfa‚ Damiana‚ Stinging Nettles‚ Echinacea Purpurea‚ Eleuthero‚ Ginkgo Biloba‚ in an alcohol base.
5-20 drops in water 3 times per day or as directed
Should not be taken by pregnant females. Alfalfa contains L-canavanine‚ which is suspected of causing some allergic reactions in susceptible people. Echinacea contains sugars in its cell membrane which the body can build resistance to. Some believe that the immune system should not be constantly stimulated‚ and recommend not taking continuously (I.e. 8 weeks on‚ 1 week off). Ginkgo in large quantities is contraindicated with anticoagulant drugs (only a small amount is used in this synergistic formula). Eleuthero in large quantities is contraindicated in hypertension (only a small amount is used in this synergistic formula).
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ron mccarren on 10/21/2014
what is the differense between the prosta plus liquid and tablet?is one better over the other? i'm now using the liquid but thinking about buying tablets which seem to be a cheeper route,thanks,ronA
Rosa on 10/22/2014
Hello, thank you for contacting PureFormulas. I see that these products are by different manufacturers and they list different ingredients.
- Rosa on 10/22/2014
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