VPK, Liver Balance, 60 tablets
UPC Code: 010415150641
- Give your liver nutritional support
- Cleanses the liver by supporting the elimination of impurities
- Improves digestion and metabolism
- Powerful formula with picrorhiza to support liver function
- vata and pitta balancing (vpk)
Balances and nurtures healthy liver function; aids digestion, assimilation; promotes good appetite.
Take 1-2 tablets twice a day with water, after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Tablet|
|Servings Per Container: 60|
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|LIVER BALANCE Blend||488 mg||*|
|sugarcane (root), boerhavia (root), holy basil (whole plant), hemidesmus indicus (root), amla (whole fruit without seeds), phyllanthus (whole plant) extract, indian tinospora (stem) extract, turmeric (rhizome), picrorhiza (root), sandalwood (heartwood), red saunders (heartwood), licorice (root), neem (bark) extract, pearl, indian madder (root) extract, hemidesmus indicus (root) extract, pepper (fruit), ginger (rhizome), long pepper (fruit), imperata (root) extract.|
|*Daily Value Not Established.|
Other Ingredients: gum acacia, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, talcum.
Our mission at vpk (vata, pitta, kapha) is to serve your health needs with the best ayurvedic herbal products. Through powerful formulations and ancient lifestyle tips, our aim is to bring balance to your body and life. Our knowledge is based on the world's oldest holistic wellness system. It is sustainable, using whole plants, authentic ayurvedic ingredients, and meticulous manufacturing to craft ayurvedic formulations that deliver maximum effect for the mind, body and emotions.
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