Garlic Complex, Quantum
- Features allicin, the legendary organosulfur immune compound that naturally occurs in garlic*
- High amounts of allicin in a concentrated form
- Also features alliin and S-allyl cysteine, with antioxidant properties*
- Supports immune and cardiovascular health*
Serving Size 2 Capsule
Servings Per Container 30
- Allicin OrganoSulfur Complex™ 630 mg
- Garlic (bulb) Extract (Allium sativum), Wild Bear Garlic (leaf) (Allium ursinum)
- S-Allyl Cysteine 190 mcg
- Allicin 3,780 mcg
- Alliin 6 mg
- Botani-Pro Blend™ 216 mg
- Organic Turkey Tails (mycelia, fruiting body, spore) (Coriolus versicolor), Organic Hyssop (aerial parts) (Hyssopus officinalis), Organic Parsley (leaf) (Petroselinum crispum)
Take 2 capsules daily.
Our manufacturer selects its ingredients based solely on purity and quantum resonance from qualified, trusted leaders and suppliers throughout the world. To determine which are truly premier ingredients, they also use bioenergetic testing, a specific testing kinesidogical system that allows identification of quality nutrients that meet our bioenergetic criteria.
All of our ingredients are tested for purity and species identification by our own in-house microbiological and biochemical labs and by independent laboratories. Each of our ingredient suppliers must meet our rigorous testing criteria as well as our stringent 4-polarity testing criteria to qualify as a supplier.
Excipients are binders, fillers, flowing agents and "glues" that are often NON-nutritive substances used in nutritional products. Many of these substances are HIGHLY questionable.
Why would you want to consume anything that is not nutritive, such as excipients that are often just fillers in a nutritional product? We believe it is unnecessary to take nutritional products that have questionable, potentially harmful, non-nutritive excipients.
What about tablets? Tablets ALWAYS contain excipients (that is how they are made; they cannot be made without them). Therefore, we believe it is wisest to especially avoid nutritional products as tablets.
One common example of a questionable excipient is magnesium stearate, a cheap lubricating agent. Research shows it may be immune-compromising.