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Possibly the best value all in one support for your organs and health that you will find.
Dosed generously to support your liver, prostate and promote lower blood pressure.
Essential Cycle is a carefully considered combination of ingredients which enable the user to rest assured they are reducing associated risks of a cycle.
A generous combination of both NAC and Silymarin (Milk Thistle) will aid in the detoxification and cleansing of the liver.
Hawthorn Berry and Celery Seed Extract are both considered to be effective in lowering bloos pressure in a user and then Saw Palmetto is a widely used extract for supporting the prostate.
DIRECTIONS: As a food supplement for adults, take three capsules daily with food or as directed by a healthcare professional.
Do not exceed the recommended intake.
90 Capsules per bottle.
Serving Size:3 capsules
Servings per Container: 30
Ingredient Amount % Daily Value**
(all extracts are standardized)
Red Yeast Rice 680mg
Milk Thistle (Silymarin 80%) 315mg
Hawthorn Berry 500mg
Saw Palmetto 201mg
Celery Seed Extract 102mg
** European Community Recommended Daily Allowance.
EXCIPIENT FREE. Suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans.
Contains NO artificial flavourings, colourings or preservatives.
Posted by Steve parke on 23rd Jan 2017
Have used this a few times as part of my on cycle with Sarms and have worked great for me and the cost it the best that I have seen. Most place are at best £14- £20 so this was spot on . Very happy with the product and the service from Sophie and the team are just great
Posted by Giuseppe on 23rd Sep 2016
Good product at a great price.
Posted by Øyvind on 1st Aug 2016
Gives nice protection on cycles.
I miss arimistane or other a.ï, but besides that it's a good product
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