Allimed with Allisure® Allicin AC-23 (450 mg) capsules
Just one capsule a day of easily-absorbed Allimed with food can be beneficial for health and well-being.
Allimed provides a 100% yield of allicin. A patented extraction process is used to produce stablised allicin. This process ensures all the benefits of stabilised allicin are locked into convenient, one-a-day capsules designed for rapid absorption into your body.
Ingredients: AlliMed® vegetarian capsules contain 450 mg Allisure® AC-23 concentrated natural allicin extracted from fresh garlic.
Casing is non-GM maltodextrin.
Free from artificial coloring, flavoring, salt, gluten and preservatives.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Formulation: Size “0” vegetarian capsule containing maltodextrin, gum acacia and allicin.
Recommended Use: One capsule daily as a preventative or three per day for supporting immune recovery. More may be taken as directed by your health professional.
How does Allimed differ from other garlic-based supplements?
Most other garlic supplements do not contain any allicin. They rely on your body being able to generate this active compound once you have swallowed the tablet or capsule. Garlic oil supplements are produced by distilling fresh garlic, the oil that is produced is then diluted and placed into a capsule. This destroys most, if not all of the available allicin. A few garlic powder supplements can generate some allicin but this depends on the prevailing stomach conditions and may take several hours to accomplish conversion to allicin. AlliMed® doesn’t need to wait to be converted since it actually IS allicin. When AlliMed® enters your stomach it dissolves for easy absorption into the blood stream and breaks down to form allicin derivatives. The allicin in AlliMed® likes the acid environment of your stomach, unlike other supplements that can be inactivated by acidic conditions.
Disclaimer: “This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”
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