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Lamira-40 is primarily a Curcuma Longa Root Extract (Curcumin) and with other standardized herbal extracts Lamira-40 capsules are a powerful blend of Herbal extracts containing potentially active constituents of linear diarylheptanoids with molecules such as curcumin or derivatives of curcumin that supports the body's natural ability to reduce inflammation.
Lamira also promotes a healthy metabolic cycle and its natural antioxidant properties make you more energetic and immune. Lamira-40 is a herbal supplement indicated for: Joint Inflammation, Obesity, Weight Loss and Osteoarthritis
Packing: HDPE Bottle containing 60 x 500 mg. CapsulesDosage: 2-3 Capsules with Meals once or twice per dayBuy on Amazon
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Strosol-50 is a proprietary blend of Withania somnifera extract, Bacopa monnieri, Asparagus racemosus, Pueraria tuberosa, Zingiber officinale.Strosol-50 capsules combine various powerful herbs and herbal extracts containing potentially active constituents of alkaloids, steroidal lactones and dammarane-type triterpenoid saponins that support the body's natural ability to relieve Stress, Restlessness, Anxiety and other related issues*.
Strosol also promotes a healthy sleep cycle, making you more comfortable and energetic. It is specially formulated with natural ingredients that help being more calm. Stosol is a herbal supplement indicated for: Sleep problems, Stress, Sexual Health and general Relaxation
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