Sumac Bran (50:1) Extract
Blood Sugar Management*
What Is Sumac Bran 50:1, 156,000 Orac Per Gram Extract?This plant is native to the Mediterranean areas of Sicily and Southern Italy. It is also found in parts of the Middle East such as Iran. This plant has a red velvety cone on the tip of the branches. The word sumac originates from “sumaga”, meaning 'red' in Syriac. Sumac Bran and its extract have been used globally for its health benefits and nutritional properties. Recent studies have revealed many benefits that this extract gives to the body. This article will focus on these health benefits, the interaction with the various substances, the dosage and the side effects of this extract. *
How Could Sumac Bran 50:1, 156,000 Orac Per Gram Extract Support My Health?This super extract has been famed for its health benefits. Some research suggests that these benefits could include antioxidant support, cholesterol health, cardiovascular health, microbial and fungal health and skin health. *
Suggested Use / DosageTake 125mg of our extract daily, preferably with some form of vitamin C.
Ideal Storage ConditionsUse 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 LifeTwo years from date of manufacture.
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