Nature has provided us a miraculous plant called Lily of the Valley. This plant is consider by native American peoples as a wondrous remedy for the deterioration of heart muscles and valves, heart pain in chest (angina), heart pain in left arm and stagnant blood in the veins.

When used with Blessed Thistle, it becomes a superior combination for the heart and circulatory system. It relieves fluid retention around the heart, corrects dyspnea (difficult breathing), delivers oxygen to heart and brain, improves memory, repairs blood vessels and varicose veins.

Contents

Blessed Thistle (see Glossary), Lily of the Valley (see Documentation).

Contraindications

None.

Side effects

None.

Dosage

10 to 40 drops, three times per day. If chest pains, then 40 drops at once on the back of the tongue.

Note: For information as well as contraindications or adverse reactions, if applicable, on each single herb contained in this combination, refer to single product sheets. References: HOWARD, Dr. A. B., Herbal Extracts, First Edition, The Blue Goose Press, Michigan, 1983.

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