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About Panoxol Plus™

Panoxol Plus™

Physician-Invented All-Natural Supplement

Offering a robust list of targeted ingredients addressing the ever-growing patient population who are somewhere on the cardio-metabolic spectrum of disease states.

We all have seen it far too many times. Whilst many patients are compliant with prescription medications and see conditions resolve, there is a growing population of patients that for various reasons decide to discontinue the use of prescribed drugs. Now, more than ever both patients and practitioners are seeking out natural medicine products and protocols to address the many levers affecting cardio-metabolic health.

This patented formulation can be utilized as a centerpiece in a natural medicine treatment protocol or as an ancillary complement to a traditional prescription regimen. Whether your patients are suffering from conditions such as:

The full complement of ingredients in Panoxol Plus™ allows you as a practitioner to utilize one formulation that is by design, a protocol in a bottle! Panoxol Plus™ has 8 ingredients that act in unison to help promote better cardio-metabolic health by supporting: de-inflammation, restoration of vascular integrity, boosting Nitric Oxide levels, improved blood flow, and regulation of cholesterol levels.

Resources:

  1. Clinical Experience Study – The Villages
  2. Panoxol Patent
  3. 16 Questions You Need to Consider Before Buying Supplements

ALL-NATURAL – PANOXOL

Our natural formula has been carefully selected to promote overall cardiovascular health.

Ginkgo Biloba

Credit Wikipedia –
Ginkgo biloba, commonly known as ginkgo or gingko also known as the maidenhair tree, is a species of tree native to China. It is the last living species in the order Ginkgoales, which first appeared over 290 million years ago.

Partial List of Potential Benefits:

Contains Powerful Antioxidants
Can Help Fight Inflammation
Improves Circulation and Heart Health
Can Reduce Anxiety
Can Improve Asthma and COPD Symptoms

Credit: Healthline.com
12 Benefits of Ginkgo Biloba (Plus Side Effects & Dosage)
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/ginkgo-biloba-benefits?scrlybrkr=1402dce7

Credit: NIH – National Library of Medicine, National /center for Biotechnology Information
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2858335/

 

Red Yeast Rice

Red yeast rice is a culinary and medicinal product in some Asian countries. It is a staple ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine and proponents suggest that it contains many biological properties, including improving blood circulation. Red yeast rice has gained attention as a natural supplement to help lower cholesterol. High cholesterol, particularly low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, is a potential risk factor for heart disease. To lower cholesterol, a doctor can prescribe statins, but some people may not want to take medications and instead want to use natural alternatives such as red yeast rice.

Partial List of Potential Benefits:

Promotes Healthy Cholesterol
Lowers blood pressure
Prevents complications of obesity
Reduces inflammation
Improves bone health

Credit: Medical News Today – medicalnewstoday.com
What to know about red yeast rice and its health effects
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/red-yeast-rice?scrlybrkr=1402dce7#benefits

Credit: SelfDecode – supplements.selfdecode.com/blog/red-yeast-rice/
7 Red Yeast Rice Benefits + Side Effects, Dosage
https://supplements.selfdecode.com/blog/red-yeast-rice/

 

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper is a moderately spicy pepper that’s surprisingly nutritious. It’s an excellent source of provitamin A and vitamin C. Plus, it contains a variety of protective plant compounds, like capsaicin and flavonoids. Some studies have linked hot pepper consumption in general to a lower risk of mortality, and some researchers have suggested that the plant compounds found in cayenne pepper may benefit heart health.

Partial List of Potential Benefits:

Protects your heart
Improves digestion
Maintain a healthy weight
Ease pain and clear congestion

Credit: Healthline Media – Healthline.com
6 Potential Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/8-benefits-of-cayenne-pepper#4.-Regularly-eating-hot-peppers-may-benefit-overall-health

Credit: WebMD – webmd.com
Health Benefits of Cayenne Pepper
https://www.webmd.com/diet/health-benefits-cayenne-pepper?scrlybrkr=1402dce7

 

Horse Chestnut

Horse chestnut is a tree native to parts of southeastern Europe. Its fruits contain seeds that resemble sweet chestnuts but have a bitter taste. Historically, horse chestnut seed extract was used for joint pain, bladder and gastrointestinal problems, fever, leg cramps, and other conditions. Today, horse chestnut seed extract is promoted for chronic venous insufficiency (CVI; poor blood flow in the veins of the legs, which may lead to leg pain, swelling, itchiness, and other symptoms), irritable bowel syndrome, male infertility, and other conditions.

Partial List of Potential Benefits:

May relieve symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency
May treat varicose veins
Has potent anti-inflammatory properties
May relieve hemorrhoids
Has antioxidant properties
Contains cancer-fighting compounds
May help with male infertility

Credit: NIH – National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health – nccih.nih.gov.com
Horse Chestnut
https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/horse-chestnut

Credit: Medical News Today – medicalnewstoday.com
What to know about horse chestnut
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/horse-chestnut?scrlybrkr=1402dce7