Garlic +

30 tablets

with Ordourless Garlic
& Vitamin C to help support
the immune system

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Garlic +
Garlic + is a synergistic formula containing garlic, horseradish, olive leaf and other potent herbs, as well as vitamin C, zinc and bioflavonoids, which help support the immune system and enhance resistance. These ingredients are particularly beneficial when there is an onset of a cold, flu, mucous congestion, allergies, hay fever and sinusitis.
Ingredients: Odourless Garlic 6000mg, Horseradish 1000mg, Olive leaf 1000mg, Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) 500mg, Echinacea purpurea 500mg, Bioflavonoids Complex 150mg, Marshmallow 100mg, Fenugreek 50mg, Parsley 50mg, Ginger 50mg, Zinc (Monomethione) 5mg. This product contains tableting aids and coating colour. Some herbal extracts used.
Suggested Use: Adults – Take 1 tablet twice daily with food, or as professionally recommended.
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Cautions: Seek professional health advice if taking medication, such as anticoagulants, suffering a medical condition or undergoing surgery; if lactating, pregnant or a child before supplementing. In rare cases, some ingredients may cause an allergic reaction.

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Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.