- Improves circulation and cardiovascular function.
- Has proven antioxidant activity, in particular protecting blood lipids from oxidation.
- Has significant anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory activity.
Padma Basic® is an herbal supplement derived from a traditional Tibetan formulation, specifically the 28th formula in one of the oldest texts of Tibetan medicine. It has, however, been produced in Switzerland since 1969 in accordance with the Swiss pharmaceutical industry's strict guideline. Now it is finally available as a nutritional supplement in certain EC countries.
This supplement combines 20 high quality plants and spices which provide polyphenols, bioflavonoids, essential oils and antioxidants, working in an additive and synergistic way to offer multiple benefits. The most significant actives are:
Padma Basic® provides the body with basic support in three major areas:
Over 50 studies have been published on Padma Basic®. It is without doubt one of the few formulations to have had its efficacy and safety demonstrated in so many recent and rigorous scientific studies. Millions of Padma Basic® tablets have been sold with no notable side effects. It is a safe and well-tolerated product.
|Daily serving: 6 capsules
Number of servings per bottle : 33
|Red sandalwood||180 mg|
|Aquilegia vulgaris||90 mg|
|Potentilla aurea||90 mg|
|Cardamom fruit||180 mg|
|Lettuce leaf||36 mg|
|Neem fruit||260 mg|
|Iceland moss||240 mg|
|Chebulic myroloban fruit||180 mg|
|Bai Dou Kou||230 mg|
|Wild ginger||60 mg|
|Liquorice root||90 mg|
|Bael fruit||120 mg|
|Saussurea root||240 mg|
|Virginia saltmarsh mallow||60 mg|
|Valerian root||120 mg|
|Other ingredients : silicon dioxide.|
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