Solaray Fenugreek Seeds 620mg 100 Caps - Digestion
TV Doctor Customers: This supplement supplies 625mg per 2 capsules. Take 2 per day. This bottle will last your 50 days. TV Doctor talked about this supplement in different shows. One show for metabolism and youth, another for acid reflex.
Fenugreek Seeds have been used for hundreds of years to help with digestion, but that isn't the only thing its good for! If you are a mother, these can help with healthy production in milk for your young ones! And the best part, Solaray only makes high quality products, lab tested and non gmo! Introducing Solaray Fenugreek Seeds 620mg 100 Caps!
Solaray Fenugreek Seeds 620 mg Benefits
- Helps healthy digestion
- Improves blood sugar
- Support healthy milk production in women
- Boost athletic performance
- 620mg per pill
What is Solaray Fenugreek Seeds 620mg 100 Caps?
Solaray Fenugreek Seeds are a supplement that can help improve your digestion and athletic performance! Fenugreek Seeds have been used in Egypt and even Greece. Fenugreek Seeds contain galactomannan, which is a souble fiber, that help with digestion and milk support for new moms!
How To Take Fenugreek
Take 2 caps twice daily with food or water
Solaray Fenugreek Seeds 620mg 100 Caps Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 caps
Servings per container: 50
Amount Per Serving
Fenugreek (trigonella foenum-graecum)(seed): 1,240mg
Other Ingredients: vegetable cellulose capsule
Warnings & Side Effects
Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Keep out of reach of children. Keep your licensed health care practitioner informed when using this product. Do not use if you are pregnant.
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