Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel Tablets
Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel contains goji berries and chrysanthemum, which are used to help maintain eye health and healthy vision in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Plus lutein, zeaxanthin, zinc and other antioxidants to support healthy eyes and vision.
Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel May Assist With
- Provides antioxidants that support healthy vision and eye function, including lutein and zeaxanthin
- Includes zinc, vitamin C and copper to reduce free radical formation in the body and thus help maintain macula and retina health
- For people whose dietary intake is low, zinc also helps the eyes adapt to changes in light intensity and supports night vision
- Also contains goji berries, which are traditionally used to support healthy eyesight and eye function in TCM
- Includes chrysanthemum, traditionally used to soothe red, dry and uncomfortable eyes in TCM
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Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel Ingredients per Capsule
Lycium barbarum (Goji Berry) fruit 2.5g Chrysanthemum sinense (Chrysanthemun) flower 2.25g Tagetes erecta (Mexican marigold) flower 1g standardised to lutein esters, calc. as lutein 5mg and zeaxanthin 1mg Plus: Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 125mg Zinc (Zinc glycinate) 68.73mg equiv. to zinc 20mg Copper (as cupric oxide) 626mcg equiv. to copper 500mcg Selenomethionine (Selenium) 86.93mcg equiv. to selenium 35mcg
Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel - Contra-indications, Interactions or Cautions
- Do not use Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel if you have allergies to any of the ingredients.
- For all Cautions, Interactions or Contra-indications associated with Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel please contact your health care professional.
The active ingredients in Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel, when professionally prescribed, may assist patients suffering from specific health conditions.
This statement does not imply or make a claim for a cure for disorders treated with Oriental Botanicals Vision Excel and therefore its use should be based on published scientific and clinical data as well as traditional uses.