Seroyal – Allisyn 60 caps

$40.99

Allisyn from Seroyal  provides 500mg of freeze-dried garlic bulb powder and 200mg Cinnamon Bark. Traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve the symptoms associated with upper respiratory tract infections and catarrhal conditions, as well as to help reduce elevated blood lipid levels/hyperlipidaemia and to help maintain cardiovascular health in adults. Genestra’s Allisyn comes in an easy-to-take vegetable capsule format, and is also ideal for vegans!

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MAINTAIN YOUR CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH!

Allisyn from Seroyal provides 500mg of freeze-dried garlic bulb powder and 200mg Cinnamon Bark.

Traditionally used in Herbal Medicine to help relieve the symptoms associated with upper respiratory tract infections and catarrhal conditions, as well as to help reduce elevated blood lipid levels/hyperlipidaemia and to help maintain cardiovascular health in adults.
Genestra’s Allisyn comes in an easy-to-take vegetable capsule format, and is also ideal for vegans!
  • Used In Herbal Medicine To Help Maintain Cardiovascular Health In Adults
  • Help Reduce Elevated Blood Lipid Levels/Hyperlipidaemia In Adults
  • Ideal Alternative To Using Antibiotics Or Antifungals.
  • No Negative Effect On The Beneficial Lactic Acid Flora Of The G.I. And Urinary Tracts
  • Designed To Be Used Alongside With HLC Probiotics

More than just a spice for cooking, garlic can actually improve your health in many different ways…

Garlic is a popular herb in the kitchen and in the medicine cabinet, and has been for thousands of years in many different cultures around the world. The herb that we use is actually the bulb of the Allium sativum plant. The cloves of the bulb contain active sulphur compounds called alliin, allicin, and S-allyl cysteine. These constituents have been well studied for their various health benefits. Garlic has many benefits for cardiovascular health, including cholesterol regulation, blood pressure lowering, and improved circulation. It also helps to regulate blood sugar levels, and acts as a potent antimicrobial.

Cardiovascular Benefits

Garlic intake is shown to decrease levels of LDL cholesterol, which is the “bad” cholesterol responsible for cholesterol plaques and the storage of fat, and triglycerides. Garlic also increases levels of HDL cholesterol, which is the “good” cholesterol responsible for moving stored and deposited fat to the liver for processing and removal from the body. HDL cholesterol protects against plaque formation. Garlic preparations have also been found to lower blood pressure and improve blood circulation. Thus, garlic can be used to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack. Aged garlic extract is the form that has been studied for its cardiovascular benefits.

Blood Sugar Regulation
Garlic has beneficial effects on balancing blood sugar as well. The pancreas  releases insulin in response to sugar intake. It acts to promote the intake of glucose by all the cells of the body to use as a fuel source. Without proper insulin levels, any sugar absorbed stays in the blood, causing high blood sugar, while the body cells become starved for energy. Eventually the pancreas becomes worn out and does not produce as much insulin or the body’s cells become less sensitive after years of high insulin levels. This is what happens in diabetes. Garlic can increase the release of insulin and help the body’s cells become more sensitive to the insulin present.

Antimicrobial
For thousands of years, garlic has been used as an antimicrobial and anti-parasitic herb. It has been used topically for infections of the skin, wound care and even acne. It is commonly used for bacterial and fungal infections both inside and outside the body as well. Oral supplementation or eating garlic can help to fight systemic infections like parasites,bronchitis, and digestive infections. Research has shown that garlic can be taken as a prophylactic during cold and flu season to help protect against infection. Interestingly, garlic cloves can be perforated and inserted into the vagina attatched to a string to treat a yeast infection.

Medicinal Food
Garlic is a medicinal food because the active ingredients are present in the cloves in sufficient quantities to have some medicinal effects. It is best to eat raw garlic, because the active sulphur compounds are sensitive to heat and can be destroyed by cooking.

How can I get more garlic?
Garlic supplements are found as encapsulated herb, tablets and aged extracts (oils). These products should be standardized as an assurance of the amount of sulphur compounds they contain. There are many types of garlic supplements, choose the best one for you and consider combination products that target your particular needs. Garlic can be found in combination products for immune boosting, cholesterol control, blood pressure regulation, and heart health.

What about stinky breath?
Although eating large amounts of garlic and supplementing with some forms of garlic can cause halitosis and a garlicky body odour, this doesn’t have to be the case. Garlic naturally contains allyl methyl sulfide (AMS), which is the compound responsible for halitosis. Many supplements come in an odourless form to help prevent this nasty side effect. Keep in mind that for respiratory infections, these supplements do not contain the AMS that naturally travels to the lungs and may not work as quickly. Also, some people say that the body odour and breath side effects decrease when garlic is used regularly.

Cost:  $38.99