GARLIC (ALLIUM SATIVUM) 260MG, HAWTHORN BERRY (CRATAEGUS
OXYACANTHA) 250MG, OLIVE (OLEA EUROPEA) 230 MG, CALCIUM 200MG, MISTLETOE (VISCUM
ALBUM) 180 MG, MAGNESIUM 100MG, POTASSIUM 90 MG, MOTHERWORT (LEONURUS
CARDIACA) 85MG, CAYENNE (CAPSICUM ANNUUM) 75MG, SHEPARDS PURSE (CAPSELLA
BURSA PASTORIS) 70MG, WALLFLOWER SEEDS (CHEIRANTHUS CHEIN) 70MG, SELENIUM
60MCG, STROPHANTHUS 50MG, COENZYME Q-10 30MG, ZINC 10MG, IRON 9MG, COPPER
2MG, SILICON 500 MCG, HOMEOPATHIC INGREDIETS:, PHOSPHORUS 3X, ACONITE 3X,
CRACTAEGUS 3X, ADONIS VERNALIS 3X, ARSENICUM ALBUM 4X, ANTIMONIUM
TARTARICUM 5X, CACTUS GRANDIFLOURS 5X, ORGANOTHERAPY (HEART) 9C.
This formula consists of 9 herbs, Co enzyme Q 10,
and 9 minerals and trace elements that are known to support and stimulate
the circulatory system and the heart. This product will regulate a variety
of circulatory problems and promote growth and repair of damaged cells.
About The Heart
The heart weighs between 200 to 450 grams and is
approximately the size of a closed fist. Each day, the average heart beats
100,000 times, pumping about 8,000 liters of blood.
The heart is located between the lungs in the middle
of the chest, behind the sternum. A double-layered membrane called the
pericardium surrounds it.
The heart and circulatory system make up your
cardiovascular system. The heart works as a pump which pushes blood to the
organs, tissues, and cells of the body. Blood delivers oxygen and
nutrients to every cell and then removes the carbon dioxide and waste
products produced by those cells. Blood is carried from the heart to the
rest of the body through arteries, and then returned to your heart through
The human heart is divided into 4 chambers. The two
top chambers are called atriums, and the two lower chambers are called
ventricles. The atriums collect the blood that enters the heart and pushes
it to the ventricles. In turn, the ventricles push blood out of the heart
and into the arteries to go to the rest of the body.
How the heart works
During the systole, the right ventricle pushes
deoxygenated blood through the pulmonic valve to the lungs. In the lungs a
transfer of gases occurs. The red blood cells release carbon dioxide and
pick up oxygen. The carbon dioxide is then exhaled.
The reoxygenated blood returns to the left atrium.
From there it is then circulated to the body during systole by the left
ventricle, where it is available at all times for use by the body. The
used blood then returns to the right atrium for a return trip through the
An electrical system stimulates the heart muscle by
initiating an electrical impulse, which is carried to all parts of the
heart muscle causing it to contract. Disruptions in this cycle range from
the simple annoying "skipped beats" to arrhythmias that often accompany a
Diseases of the Cardiovascular System
About 20% of the population is at high risk of
coronary heart disease. These patients can be identified by the major risk
factors in their lives, including obesity, cigarette smoking, high blood
pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. You can take active measures to
avoid being included in this group. Start by learning about the risk
factors for coronary heart disease and which of them you can control.
Modifying any of the risk factors can be very beneficial in helping you
maintain a healthy heart.
What is Atherosclerosis?
Hardening of the arteries due to calcification
associated with cholesterol deposition in the wall of the arteries,
Atherosclerosis can occur not only in the heart but also throughout the
body. It may be localized at a restricted small segment of the artery, or
diffuse, marked by cholesterol buildup and narrowing along the entire
length of an artery.
What is Hypertension?
High blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart
disease. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg). The
threshold for hypertension is variously defined as 140 mmHg systolic and
90 mmHg diastolic to as high as 200 mmHg systolic and 110 mmHg diastolic.
In the Gould program, the target blood pressure is 120/80 mmHg or below.
What is Coronary heart disease?
Cardiovascular diseases include stroke, congestive
heart failure, hypertension, and other diseases, as well as coronary heart
disease. In the U.S., the number of deaths from coronary heart disease is
nearly as high as the number of deaths from all forms of cancer combined.
Växa's Heart Formula
Växa's Heart Health Formula was designed to act on
circular, muscular fibers like those of the heart. This formula helps to
strngthen a weak heart and regulates blood distribution, regulates and
reinforces the action of the heart, helps to strengthen cardiac function,
lower cholesterol levels, and regulates both high and low blood pressure.
It is also beneficial for treating fatigue and varicose veins.
Hawthorn berries are known for their
preventative properties, helping to reduce the risk of cardiovascular
disease. Hawthorn berries contain large amounts of bioflavonoids, best
known for their support of the heart. The bioflavonoid substances help
dilate and strengthen the walls of blood vessels, relax arteries, and
improve circulation of blood to heart muscles.
Hawthorn berries have been used since the 19th
century to support the heart and normalize cardiovascular functions.
Today, hawthorn berries are one of the most popular herbs used in Europe.
Hawthorn berries appear to work best when taken as a preventative herb,
possibly helping reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Hawthorn berries help normalize the heart, either by
stimulating or depressing its activity. For this reason, hawthorn berries
are used to lower high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as
increase low blood pressure.
Hawthorn berries reduce water retention expelling
excess salt from the body.
Garlic is rich source of potassium,
zinc, selenium, vitamin A and Vitamin C. Garlic is commonly used to fight
infection, increase circulation and help prevent cardiovascular disease.
Garlic has been known to detoxify the body, cleansing the kidneys and
increasing urine flow.
Olive Leaf Extract Olive trees have
been cultivated for many years. Recently the benefits of Olive Leaf
Extract have become know as one of a handful of botanicals that naturally
support the circulatory and immune systems.
Mistletoe (Viscum Album): used as a
cardiac tonic and to stimulate circulation, reduce blood pressure and
Atherosclerosis, and strengthen capillary walls.
Motherwort (Leonus cardiaca)a heart
tonic that improves blood flow circulation and reduces heart blood
pressure and palpitations. Helpful in all stress-related heart diseases.
Capsicum is best known for being a
catalyst for other herbs. Capsicum stimulants circulation, enhances blood
flow and is considered to be food for the circulatory system. The warming
properties of capsicum are useful for people suffering from poor
circulation to the hands and feet and other related conditions. As a
cardiovascular stimulant, Capsicum assists in lowering blood pressure and
breaking down cholesterol buildup.
Shepherd's purse (Capsella bursa
pastoris) Different studies have shown both a lowering and elevation of
blood pressure. Used in cardiac insufficiency, arrhythmia, Hypertension,
Hypo tension, Nervous heart complaint.
Wallflower (Cheiranthus cheiri)Used
for cardiac insufficiency.
Strophantus (Strophantus) The active
agent, Strophanthin is a heart glycoside that has actions similar to
digitalis but is milder. Strophantus is used for arteriosclerosis, cardiac
insufficiency, and hypertension.
CoQ10, also referred to as ubiquinone,
exists everywhere in the body assisting with enzyme functions on a
cellular level. CoQ10 encourages energy production helping enzymes release
energy in every cell, which also may reduce fat storage. CoQ10 is
naturally found in foods like mackerel, salmon, sardines, peanuts and
spinach. It stimulates immune system function, improves heart function,
enhances the production of cellular energy, and is a powerful antioxidant.
It moves energy throughout the body, increasing the efficiency of cellular
Calcium is a mineral essential for
healthy teeth, bones and muscles, strengthening and supporting the
structural, muscular and nervous systems. Calcium not only benefits bone
growth and teeth and muscle formation, calcium helps safeguard against
cardiovascular disease, bone deterioration, high blood pressure and high
cholesterol levels. In addition, calcium is necessary for nerve
transmission, muscle contraction and bone density.
Magnesium is important for numerous
bodily functions and plays a vital role on a cellular level. One of
magnesium's prime functions is regulating the flow of calcium within
Potassium is a mineral that helps the
kidneys function normally. It also plays a key role in cardiac, skeletal,
and muscle contraction, making it an important nutrient for normal heart
function. Recent studies have suggested that potassium helps lower blood
pressure, and that it can help reduce the risk of death from an acute
Selenium a study in Clinical Chemistry
reported that patients with healthy hearts had higher levels of selenium
than patients with blocked arteries. other studies have shown that persons
with low-selenium diets have two-to-three times greater risk of heart
disease than those eating selenium rich diets.
Zinc, Silicon, Iron, Copper and Vanadium are
minerals and trace elements needed for a healthy heart.
Homeopathics found in this formula are Phosphorus,
Aconit, Arsenicum album, Antimonium tartaricum, Cractaegus, Cactus
grandiflorus, Adonis vernalis, and Heart.
Växa's Heart Health Formula is safe and all natural,
with no known side effects nor contra indication, helping to support the
heart and the cardiovascular systems ability to function properly.
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