Clove Bud Capsules

Clove Bud Capsules

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Clove Bud Capsules (485 mg)

Helps Promote Healthy Digestive System
Responsibly Wild Harvested - Never Sprayed
Vegi-Caps • Kosher and Vegan Friendly

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90 Capsules      $25.00
180 Capsules    $45.00
360 Capsules    $85.00

  • $25.00
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Wormwood Capsules (485 mg) 
(artemisia absinthium)

All Natural herb traditionally used to help:

•High in nutrients & anti-oxidants
•Intestinal Worms
•Boost Immune System

Wormwood has traditionally been used as a digestive aid, for helping the body rid itself of intestinal worms. Bitter herbs such as wormwood are generally believed to offer support to the liver, and gall bladder.

Responsibly wild harvested..

Kosher and Vegan Friendly
Safety Sealed in Tamper Proof Packaging.

Freshness Guaranteed

Contain Important Nutrients. Share on Pinterest. ... 

High in Antioxidants. ... 

May Protect Against Cancer. ... 

Can Kill Off Bacteria. ... 

May Improve Liver Health. ... 

May Help Regulate Blood Sugar. ... 

May Promote Bone Health. ... 

May Reduce Stomach Ulcers.

Aug 26, 2017
It's also used in many products that are made specifically for helping lessen the appearance of stretch marks, baggy eyes and puffy skin.
  • Reduces Some Types of Pain. Many people know about the healing qualities of clove oil for toothaches and other tooth pains. ... 
  • Soothes Irritation.
Nov 14, 2017

Ingredients:  Clpve bud* 485 mg

*Certified organic **Wild Harvested

Vegetable Capsules contain vegetable cellulose and distilled water.

Kosher and Vegan Friendly
Clove Bud Capsules
(artemisia absinthium) 

All Natural herbal formula traditionally used as an expectorant, stimulant, antiseptic, and parasite remedy.

Suggested Use: Take 2 capsules 2 times per day,
or as directed by a healthcare professional.

This product has not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or  prevent any disease or condition. If you suspect you may have a disease  or condition, you should consult a licensed healthcare practitioner.