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Spine Date Seed (10:1) Extract

Cardiovascular Health*
Boosts Immune System*
Healthy Liver Support*
Natural Sleep Aid*
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Spine date seed is a traditional Chinese herb that contains jujuboside A, jujuboside B, betulinic acid and betulin.

What Is Spine Date Seed Extract?

In the traditional setup, the spine date seed and its extracts were used to soothe the nerves, support sweating, nourish the heart, benefit the liver, support sleep  well as soothing the mind. The herb has found its way to the West and the rest of the world due to the health benefits that it possesses. Various studies have been conducted in recent years to determine the benefits of this herb and its extract. This article looks at some of the health benefits, the dosage, side effects and the interactions of the Spine Date seed extract. *

How Could Spine Date Seed Extract Support My Health?

This herb has a number of positive effects on the various conditions. Due to this, it has been regarded to as a super food by researchers and users alike. Research suggests that Spine Date Seed could support healthy sleep, free radical scavenger management, healthy hair growth, skin health and blood sugar support. *

Suggested Use / Dosage

Take 100 - 500mg of our extract daily.

Ideal Storage Conditions

Use a sealed container to store this product in a cool, dry place. Keep away from direct light and moisture. Once the package is opened, it must be re-sealed and used within 6 months.

Shelf Life

Two years from date of manufacture.

References

  1. Zhou, X. Z., Zhang, R. S., Shah, J., Rajgor, D., Wang, Y. H., Pietrobon, R., ... & Gao, R. L. (2011). Patterns of herbal combination for the treatment of insomnia commonly employed by highly experienced Chinese medicine physicians. Chinese journal of integrative medicine, 17(9), 655-662.
  2. Liu, H., Qiu, N., Ding, H., & Yao, R. (2008). Polyphenols contents and antioxidant capacity of 68 Chinese herbals suitable for medical or food uses. Food Research International, 41(4), 363-370.
  3. Taylor, R. P., & Lalvani, K. S. (2011). U.S. Patent Application No. 12/804,192.
  4. Hou, Y., & Jiang, J. G. (2013). Origin and concept of medicine food homology and its application in modern functional foods. Food & function, 4(12), 1727-1741.
* Individual results may vary from person to person.