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Holy Basil (60 Veggie Caps)

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      Natures Way Holy Basil (60 Veggie Caps)

      • Form: Veggie Caps

      • Serving Size: 2 CAP

      • Number Of Servings: 60 Servings

      • Price Per Serving:  ($0.23 / serving)

      • Weight: 3 OZ

      Product Label

        Health & Longevity through the healing power of nature-that's what it means to Trust the Leaf.

        Holy Basil Extract (Octimum sanctium) is standardized to 2.5% ursolic acid. Holy Basil has been traditionally used in India as an adaptogen forits normalizing effects on stress levels.

        SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Freshness & safety with printed outer shrinkwrap and printed inner seal. Do not use it either seal. Do not use if either or missing. Keep out of reach of children.

        Did You Know? In Ayurvedic medicine Holy Basil is known as Tusi, which means. "The Incomparable One."

      Directions
      Take 1 capsule twice daily.

      Warning
      Consult a healthcare professional before taking this product if you are pregnant or nursing a baby.

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      Holy Basil Supplement Facts

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      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 2 CAP

      Servings Per Container 60.000000

        Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
      HOLY BASIL EXTRACT(LEAF) 2.5% URSOLIC ACID 450 Mg N/A*

      *Daily value not established

      Other Ingredients:

      Plant-dervived capsule, Cellulose, Magnesium stearate.

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      Have read about the benefits of adaptogens and decided to try this.
      Phyllis H on Oct 18, 2014
      quiets the nerves
      Dorothy H on Sep 16, 2014
      recommended in health magazine
      Patricia R on Oct 14, 2014
      first time purchase
      anthony s on Jun 4, 2014
      Does it really work?
      Barb L on May 23, 2014
      Best Answer: After researching supplements and how they affect the body, sometimes there is a leap of faith as to their effectiveness, which is not always pronounced. I chose this supplement because I follow the blood type diet, and there are health benefits to blood type B. I take holy basil and/or melatonin occasionally at bedtime as one side effect is relaxation, and I do feel they actually promote calmness & rest.
      Reply · Report · Kurt C on May 24, 2014
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      I had this recommend to use for Diabeties and Prostate Cancer ? I'd like to know if it helps out for these problems!
      A Vitamin Shoppe customer on Jun 23, 2014
      Best Answer: I take this when I'm getting anxious and want to calm down. This was recommended to me to curb high cortisol levels, I'm not sure if it would help with diabetes and prostate cancer, but I don't think it would hurt.
      Reply · Report · Lita C on Jun 25, 2014
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