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We humans (along with a few other animals) have a mutated gulonolactone oxidase gene which means we have lost the ability to make our own Vitamin C.  While we partially make up for this genetic flaw by having an outstanding Vitamin C recycling system (200x more than other animals), Vitamin C is water soluble and so must be taken daily for optimal health.   Heart disease only appears in animals that lack the Vitamin C producing gene.

With proper negative electrical charge (Zeta Potential), our blood remains uncoagulated and our blood vessels have the ability to electrically repel blood constituents, a kind of electrical ‘non-stick’ coating.  Municipal water, food additives and other modern inventions create a positive charge in our blood.  This causes blood to coagulate (crystalize) and robs the vessels of their electrical ‘non-stick’ function.  Every place where a blood vessel branches (and there are millions of branches), blood becomes turbulent.  Turbulent blood, full of crystals, swirls against blood vessels now robbed of their non-stick protection.  This erosion causes fraying of the vessel tissue and leads to plaque formation.  Potassium Citrate may help recover proper zeta potential.

Once a vessel wall is damaged, the body puts on a kind of glue (apolipoprotein) to protect against hemorrhage.  This is a great short term solution as it keeps us from hemorrhaging.  Long term, however, creates more turbulence, which then causes more damage in the vicious cycle.   Lysine may be able to attach to the frayed ends of the vascular fabric, thus bypassing this process.

One of the dangers of plaque is when it is unstable/vulnerable.  If a piece of plaque ruptures, then a clot can enter the bloodstream and cause a stroke or other problems.  Gotu Kola may support stabilizing plaque that has already formed.
Ingredients: A proprietary blend of ascorbic acid, potassium citrate, lysine, citrulline, arginine, vitamin D3, chondroitin sulfate, gotu kola, nattokinase, and tri-calcium phosphate.
Ingredients for Vascular Detox
Potassium Citrate – When it comes to supporting healthy blood flow, too many people overlook the importance of zeta potential. This scientific term refers to the difference in electrokinetic potential between the surface of a solid particle immersed in a conducting liquid, and the remainder of said liquid. So how does this apply to blood pressure?

It has been discovered that balanced zeta potential in red blood cells is related to less viscosity and clumping in the blood.1 Thankfully, electron minerals like potassium citrate can be used as a natural means of supporting healthy blood zeta potential.2

Lysine – L-lysine supplements are commonly recommended for heart health and blood flow issues. But what are the exact health benefits of lysine? In terms of the cardiovascular system, l-lysine is often recommended due to its regulatory role in the production of nitric oxide.

However, lysine may exhibit an even more useful means of vascular support by helping to repair damaged vessels and capillaries.3 As the reparation of broken vessels is a key contributor to the build-up of arterial plaque, l-lysine supplementation may also help to fight the formation plaque accumulations throughout the vascular system.

Gotu Kola – also known by its scientific name of Centella Asiatica, the health benefits of Gotu Kola generally revolve around anti-inflammatory activity.4 Inflammation is one of the most prominent natural factors which negatively impacts healthy circulation.

Supplement Facts
Servings (1/2 tsp) per container: 60

A proprietary blend of ascorbic acid, potassium citrate, lysine, citrulline, arginine, vitamin D3, chondroitin sulfate, gotu kola, nattokinase and tri-calcium phosphate.

Recommended Use:
Adults: Mix 1/2 teaspoon in juice and take twice a day or as recommended by a healthcare professional. This is based on a 150 pound person.