Nutra Life Silicaplex 5000 Plus 200caps - NEW BULK SIZE


Nutra Life Silicaplex 5000 Plus 200caps - NEW BULK SIZE

 

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Nutra Life Silicaplex 5000 Plus 200caps - NEW BULK SIZE
Silicaplex 5000 Plus is a high-potency organic silica formula designed to promote healthy hair and skin and strengthen soft, brittle or splitting nails.


Pack size New Zealand: 50 capsules

Pack size Australia: 50 capsules, 100 capsules, 200 capsules

Beneficial for
•Healthy hair, skin and nails
•Soft, brittle or splitting nails
•Cracked skin, wound healing or ligament damage
Key and unique features
•Provides 5000mg of Horsetail herb to support healthy skin, hair and nails
•Horsetail herb provides a natural, organic source silica
•Silica is needed to build strong nails, support lustrous hair and needed for connective tissue integrity
•Zinc and Manganese are also required for healthy skin and a clear complexion
Ingredients
Each capsule contains:

Herbal Extract Equiv. Dry;
Equisetum arvense (Horsetail) stem 5g

Vitamins & Minerals;
Pyridoxine Hydrochloride 7.5mg
Equiv. Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6) 6.2mg
Zinc (as Gluconate) 2mg
Manganese (as Amino Acid Chelate) 200ug



Dosage
Adults: Take 1-3 capsules daily with food or as directed by a healthcare professional. Always read the label. Use strictly as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.

Frequently asked questions
Q How long will it take before this product has an effect?

A You may need to take this product for up to six weeks to see effective results, then it is wise to continue for some time to maintain the health of hair, nails and skin. Improvements in lifestyle and diet also help long-term outcomes.


Q Can I take this product safely long term?

A Yes, horsetail herb is generally considered to be a very safe herb to take long term with no known side effects. It has a history of use dating back to Roman times. Horsetail herb is a rich natural source of organic Silica, an important trace mineral component of collagen, the major skin tissue. Silica is optimally absorbed in an organic form, such as that found in Horsetail herb. Silica exerts a potent connective tissue strengthening action which maintains the elasticity, firmness and strength of the skin, bones, tendons, ligaments and nerves.



Q How does Silica help skin, hair and nails?

A Silica is a vital mineral essential for the formation of bone, connective tissue and skin. Without its strengthening presence, these tissues weaken and result in poor health and lack of vitality.


Q What other strategies can I take to improve my skin, hair and nail health?

A Eating foods high in silica can also help to supplement these tissues. Silica is found in a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, along with wholegrain breads and cereals, brown rice and wholemeal pastas. Reducing caffeine containing drinks, alcohol and nicotine can also help to improve the health of skin, hair and nails. Hair dyes, nail polishes and cosmetics can also damage and dry these tissues; reducing or avoiding their use can assist in healthy growth and repair.

Also beneficial
1.Nutra-Life Active Women's Multi: Provides essential vitamins and minerals including vitamin B-complex, betacarotene, C, E, zinc and selenium. These important nutrients help protect against symptoms associated with stress and can also help counter nutritional gaps due to busy lifestyles.
2.Nutra-Life Hi-Omega Flaxseed Oil: Provides a rich source of the omega-3 essential fatty acid Alpha-Linolenic Acid (ALA) from specially selected, organically grown flaxseeds. ALA supports a clearn, radiant complexion and benefits hair and nails.
References
1 Mindell, Earl, “The Herb Bible” Vermillon, London, 1994
2 Lieberman, Shari, PhD and Bruning, Nancy “The Real Vitamin & Mineral Book” 2nd Edition, Avery Publishing Group, New York, 1997.
3 Davies, Dr. Stephen & Stewart, Dr Alan, “Nutritional Medicine”, Pan Books, 1987

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