Homocysteine Control (Under the tongue lozenges)

Homocysteine Control (Under the tongue lozenges)

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Maintain resilient blood vessels.

Increasingly, physicians are using homocysteine levels to determine the health status of your blood vessels. Homocysteine is an amino acid that promotes flexible blood vessels and a healthy blood flow, both of which are essential to:

  • Bringing fuel and removing toxic waste from vital organs like your heart, brain, intestines, muscles, kidneys, and liver.
  • Keeping blood vessels elastic and flexible throughout your lifespan.
  • Maintaining the brain’s blood supply and, hence, function.
  • Preventing blood vessel hardening and clot formation that are linked to stroke and heart attacks.

When your homocysteine level is less than 6, your blood vessels are healthier and your risk of related disease is lower.

Pure Essentials Homocysteine Control offers a natural and comprehensive means of maintaining healthy blood vessels. Its unique formulation contains the highest potency, and effective form of homocysteine, in addition to synergistic compounds such as  vitamins B-6 and B-12, folate, and magnesium. All of these are transport activated with mannitol and xylitol for uptake as a sublingual lozenge.

With its comprehensive formulation, additional benefits of Pure Essentials Homocysteine Control include:

  • Reduction or elimination of homocystinuria (loss of sulfur compounds in the urine).
  • Reduction or elimination of excess methylmalonic acid (a marker of inefficient metabolism).
  • Overall improvement in nutrient uptake by activating enzyme catalysts needed for nutrient assimilation and action.
  • Correction of dietary nutrient deficits.
  • Maintenance of B-12 levels. The standard (Schilling) B-12 test measures the amount of B-12 in the serum. This level, however, does not correlate well with the functional amount in your cells, which is why homocysteine levels are functionally predictive of B-12 need. For example, many individuals on hypoglycemic medications show a decrease in cellular B-12 and an increase in homocysteine levels even though their standard B-12 tests remain unchanged.

 Overall, Pure Essentials Homocysteine Control will keep your flow of blood to vital organs resilient for as long as possible.

Typical Dosage

As a dietary supplement, take one (1) to six (6) sublingual lozenges daily, or as directed by your health professional. Place lozenge under tongue and let dissolve.

One (1) Pure Essentials Homocysteine Control lozenge provides:

Energized Nutrients

B-6 (pyridoxine)

10 mg

B-12 (hydroxocobalamin)

2 mg

Folate (folic acid)

2.5 mg

Magnesium (as ascorbate and as C16 & C18 alkyls)

53 mg

Mannitol

198 mg

100% Whole cherry fruit extract

10 mg

Sucanat® (organic, whole cane juice)

5 mg

Xylitol

10 mg

† From whole, untreated palm fruit and leaf

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