NatroVital Withania Herbal Tonic
NatroVital Withania contains the healing power of herbs in a 100% alcohol-free liquid. Withania, commonly known as ashwagandha, is a revered medicinal plant used in Ayurvedic and indigenous medicine for millennia. Withania is an adaptogen, anti-stress, immune-modulating herb used in India and China for multiple human diseases.
According to Charaka, Ayurvedic Scholar, 100 BC, “Taking Withania one obtains longevity, regains youth, has a sharp memory and intellect, maintains freedom from diseases, acquires a lustrous complexion and gains the strength of a horse.”
Withania Traditional Uses
- Immune Health
- Blood Building
- Inflammatory Disorders
- Blood Sugar Health
- Cognitive Enhancement
- Nervous Exhaustion
- Reproductive Health
- Drug Withdrawal
- Thyroid Health
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NatroVital Withania Ingredients per 5ml
Withania (Withania somnifera) 2500mg
NatroVital Withania Excipients:
Vegetable Glycerine and Purified Water.
NatroVital Withania is 100% Alcohol-Free.
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
NatroVital Withania Dosages:
Adults: 6ml to 18ml per day.
Children 3 to 12 years: 3 to 9ml per day
NatroVital Withania Herbal Tonic - Contra-indications, Interactions or Cautions
- Do not use NatroVital Withania if known allergies to ingredients.
- Caution when taking NatroVital Withania with thyroid medication. Studies show that Withania increased triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) levels by 41.5% and 19.6%, respectively, and reduced serum TSH levels by 17.4% from baseline in adults with subclinical hypothyroidism.
- Caution when taking NatroVital Withania and anti-diabetic medication as preliminary clinical evidence suggests that withania might lower blood glucose levels.
When professionally prescribed, the active ingredients in NatroVital Withania may assist patients suffering from specific health conditions.
This statement does not suggest a cure for disorders treated with NatroVital Withania Herbal Tonic. Therefore its use should be based on published scientific and clinical data and traditional uses.