GARLIC OXOAGEL

Category: Antioxidant protection, Heart health, Immune health

New Zealand MadeGood Manufacturing Practice - NZExport Quality From New Zealand

350mg x 30, 60 or 90 soft gel capsules

Our Secret
Deep Blue Health Garlic Oxoagel is rich in Allicin a chemical compound found in Garlic. Allicin possesses antioxidant properties and has been shown to support immune and heart health.

Benefits
Garlic has been used for centuries in cooking and for medicinal purposes. It has been praised for its health benefits, including supporting the immune system, for the heart and for helping maintain healthy cholesterol levels.

Quality Guarantee
NZ Laboratory quality tested. This product is made under internationally recognised HACCP Principles and Good Manufacturing Practices.

  • Each capsule contains 30mg of Garlic, equivalent to 3000mg of fresh Garlic and encapsulating aids. No artificial flavourings, colourings or preservatives.
  • Take one or two capsules daily as a dietary food supplement or as professionally advised.
  • Not to be taken by people with bleeding disorders and those about to have major surgery.
  • Q:  What is Allicin?
    A: 
    Allicin is a compound produced by the garlic plant to protect itself from insects and microbial infections.

    Q:  How does Allicin benefit the immune system?
    A: 
    Studies have shown that Allicin kills bacteria and fungus on contact.

    Q:  How does Garlic Oxoagel affect cholesterol levels and blood pressure?
    A:
      The antioxidant properties of Garlic help to increase good cholesterol and reduce pressure in arteries.

    Q:  For how long should I take this product?
    A: 
    That depends on many factors, but you can take it for as long as you feel the benefits.


Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person. Deep Blue Health uses whenever possible only active ingredients of New Zealand origin. The raw ingredients are carefully selected from reputable and trusted New Zealand suppliers. *For a few select products only the supply of active ingredients may be imported from other countries, however all finished products are produced in New Zealand manufacturing facilities.