Pure Butterfly Pea Extract contains
Proanthocyanidin

Proanthocyanidin Clitoria Ternatea
Contents per 100 grams
Blue Proanthocyanidin pure Clitoria ternatea flower
Total phenolic content 460.0mg-230.3
Gallic acid equivalent/g dried extract.
Total flavonoids content range of 50.3-114.8 mg (Quercetin)
Equivalent/g dried extract. Ascorbic acid (5.94mg)
Reduced glutathione 25.68 (n moles/g)
Total carotenoids (26.58 mg)

Siam Natural Premium grade Thai wild blue Clitoria ternatea natural flavanoid extract

Summary of benefits of Proanthocyanidins
• Restores circulatory system function
Improves memory
Reverses circulatory condition that causes vericose veins
Rejuvenates skin tones, hair color & texture
Stabilizes blood sugar levels for diabetes II patients
Lowers stress & anxiety as an antidepressant, anticonvulsant, and as an herbal sedative with its tranquillizing effectButterfly pea is rich in blue Anthocyanin and widely used in South East Asia as natural colorant for food and for many decades as a Thai herbal folklore remedy to treat hair loss and prematurely graying hair. For centuries the plant has been used as a memory enhancer, to lessen stress and anxiety, as an antidepressant, anticonvulsant and as a sedative as it has tranquillizing effects. A general step to numerous health benefits is to consume plenty of foods rich in flavonoids, the water-soluble pigments that give plants their color. These compounds tone skin, protect from inflammation and oxidative damage, and help revive the circulatory system to get back years of health and glow. Illnesses of the heart, veins, arteries, blood, lymphatic system are all dependent on the overall vitality and balance of the circulatory system.

Unsightly varicose veins are a condition of the lower legs that occur when the cirulatory system is unable to keep up with carrying blood back to the heart. When vein walls get weak, blood leaks out or flows in the wrong direction. Several studies have shown a mixture of bioflavonoids to be helpful in treating varicose veins.

These compounds tone veins and protect them from inflammation and oxidative damage (varicose veins) in the lower legs that are unable to keep up with carrying blood back to the heart and when vein walls get weak, blood leaks out or flows in the wrong direction. Several studies have shown a mixture of [citrus] bioflavonoids called rutosides to be helpful in treating varicose veins.

Reviving the circulatory system back to health

Illnesses of the heart, veins, arteries, blood, lymphatic system are all dependent on the overall vitality and balance of the circulatory system. Researchers have conducted studies on the use of bioflavonoids for the treatment of poor circulation. In one eight-week study, researchers gave the subjects [1] gram of citrus bioflavonoids per day. At the end of the study, subjects reported better mobility during the day; improved stamina; and the regression of pain, nocturnal cramps, and fullness.


Siam Natural Super concentrated Blue Proanthocyanidin 100% pure Butterfly Pea flower Clitoria ternatea powder FIR-HA extract (100) ea. in 400mg Veggie caps
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Directions: Take 2 capsules twice daily with meals as a natural antioxidant health supplement & holistic treatment for Diabetes II.
Improves eyesight, helps prevent loss & graying hair, stimulates new growth, increases blood circulation, helps heal spider veins

 

 

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