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Arterial Plaque is a problem common in people with high cholesterol levels (that is high LDL's), arterial calcification (build up of calcium deposits on the inside of the artery walls), chronic stress which increases the atherosclerosis plaque formation . Arterial plaque buildup may make you susceptible to heart attack or stroke.

This formula covers the promoters relevant in arterial plaque formation & will assist in conditions & symptoms affected by arterial plaque eg High Blood Pressure / CAD / arterial thrombosis problems / stroke / Heart disorders eg atrial fibrillation and more. 

It is not meant to replace your prescription medication but may help to manage your arterial plaque problems and possibly reduce your dependancy on medication. Always consult your doctor with any view to reducing your medication.

This formula is not relevant for use in children.

Arterial Plaque Promoters Complex

  • Ingredients :         Homoeopathically potentised resonances of the following :

    Arterial plaque / calcium met / signalling molecules (Msx2/Wnt, BMP) / nuclear acids (PIT1, TNAP, TNF) / phosphate met / LDL’s / parathyroid hormone / fetuin alpha / Vit D3 / lemon juice & peel / Drainage Remedies     

    Highly Purified Water   /   Alcohol 7%

    This formula is not relevant for use in children.

    As it deals with issues of a more chronic nature, acute use instructions are not included.

    Adults :    5 drops = 1 dose


     take 1 dose 3 – 4 times daily for 3 – 4 days. Leave for a week & repeat the treatment. Repeat this 4 times then use the formula on a monthly basis until completed. If necessary, depending on results & medical tests, repeat monthly for a longer period of time.

    DO NOT discontinue your prescribed medical drugs. Always consult your doctor with a view to reducing your medication according to lab test and other test results.

    If a second repeat of the formula has not achieved viable results, as per lab tests, then consult with your natural health practitioner for advice.

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