Garlic Pearls 100 Softgels

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    Pack of - 1

    Number of Softgels in a Sales Package - 100N 

    Container Type - Bottle

    Product Type - Health Supplement

    Ideal For - Men & Women

    Food Preference - Vegetarian

    Mfg Lic Number - AL-721

    Product Information - 

    Garlic Pearls Softgels help to maintain cholesterol and triglyceride levels. It helps in controlling high blood pressure and the hardening of the arteries. It is also useful in the treatment of prostate, colon & rectal cancer. Being a powerful antioxidant, it provides effective relief in tick bites, Athlete's foot, and ringworm.

    Key Benefits:

    • Reduces the risk of cardiovascular diseases
    • Increases gastric juice secretion which helps in proper digestion
    • Boosts immunity and improves overall health naturally

    Composition - 

    Each soft gelatin capsule contains:

    Garlic Oil (Bulb oil. Allium sativum) 0.5% w/w of oil content.

    Excipients - q.s. (Edible Oil) 250 mg

    Preservatives: Methyl Paraben IP & Propyl Paraben IP. 

    Storage information - 

    Store below 25 degrees C, protected from moisture. Replace the cap immediately after use. 

Rs. 116.10

MRP Rs. 150.00 | You Save 22.6%

100 Softgels

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Best Before Aug 2024

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Garlic Pearls 100 Softgels

Garlic pearls from Ranbaxy have a concentration of garlic oil, sourced from a special variety of garlic to provide various health benefits like immunity, proper digestion and regulated blood pressure. This natural health supplement also manages cholesterol levels in the body and keeps the heart healthy. Garlic contains a special compound called allicin that has been known to lower blood pressure levels with regular intake. Taking one capsule every day ensures good health and overall well-being. Unlike raw garlic, it does not have any strong pungent odour. It is also without any side effects. The phile contains 100 capsules.

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