Cardio Tonic by Fusion Health combines herbs used in Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine plus vitamin K2 to support heart health as well as to maintain blood vessels and arteries health. These herbs are also used in Chinese medicine to calm and soothe the mind and spirit, promoting and nourishing balance in the mind.
This formula includes dan shen and tienchi ginseng, which are considered, in Chinese traditional medicine, to work synergistically to support blood circulation, and camphor tree, which is a natural source of the compound borneol and is often taken together with dan shen and tienchi ginseng.
When it comes to heart health, it is believed in traditional medicine that body and mind must work together to ensure strong circulation and general heart health, this is why the herbs combined in this formula from Fusion Health do not only include herbs believed to help heart health, but also herbs believed to offer calm for the mind and spirit, allowing the body and mind to work in conjunction with each other to promote a healthy heart.
These herbs have been traditionally used for many years in both Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine and are combined to create a tonic designed to promote and maintain a healthy heart and invigorate the blood.
Cardiovascular health is of the utmost importance for the general health and wellbeing of a person, and this tonic from Fusion Health is designed with the intention of ensuring that heart health can be maintained.
The benefits of Fusion Health Cardio Tonic Capsules include:
Contains herbs that are traditionally used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for:
- Activating and invigorating blood
- Reducing blood-stasis
- Maintaining healthy heart circulation
- Supporting cardiovascular health
- Supporting healthy cardiovascular function
- Supporting artery health
- Maintaining blood vessel health
- Calming the mind and spirit
Recommended dosage Adults: Take 1 capsule once or twice daily with food.
Warning: Not recommended for use by pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for children. If symptoms persist consult a healthcare professional.