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Vendor: Nature's Way



Accurate Allicin Release Measurement: Simply dissolving crushed garlic tablets in water can produce a high allicin release. But when tablets are tested under gastrointestinal conditions according to US Pharmacopeia test method 724A, their actual allicin release (as will be produced within the body) is significantly less. Using this more sophisticated test method, Garlicin is the only leading enteric-coated brand to meet its allicin release as stated on the label. The SmartRelease· Difference: Garlicin's proprietary enteric coating provides 100% protection from stomach acid. Once in the intestine, Garlicin completely disintegrates in about 45 minutes providing maximum allicin release. Clinical studies show that 3600- 5400 mcg of allicin per day is effective in maintaining cardiovascular health: This level is exceeded by taking two Garlicin tablets daily.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Supplement Information

Recommended Dose: Take 1 tablet twice daily with meals or as recommended by your healthcare professional. For general health maintenance take 1 tablet daily. Garlicin should be taken consistently for maximum benefit.

Quantity: 90 Tablets

Supplement Facts:
Serving Size 1 Tablet
Servings Per Container 90
Amount Per Serving
Garlic powder (bulb) 350 mg
releasing 3200 mcg allicin

Active Ingredients: Allicin, Garlic (allium sativum), Garlic powder

Inactive Ingredients: Aqueous coating solution, Cellulose, Modified cellulose, Silica, Stearic acid, Vegetable Gum

Other ingredients: Cellulose, Aqueous coating solution, Modified cellulose gum, Stearic acid, Silica.

Caution: Consult with your doctor if you have a disease or health-related condition that requires the lowering of cholesterol.