Arkovital Pure Energy 50+
Arkopharma Laboratories specially developed Arkovital® Pure Energy 50+: a highly comprehensive formula of 10 vitamins and 5 minerals obtained exclusively from fruits and plants.
Arkovital® Pure Energ contains no chemical ingredients, no artificial vitamins added , and optimized for absorption by the body.
The Arkovital® Pure Energy 50+ provides 10 vitamins and 5 minerals needed to preserve the immune defenses (through an intake of iron, selenium and zinc) and keep in shape (through vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6, B9 and C).
The vitamins and minerals are isolated via water extraction from ingredients guava, amla, lemon, holy basil, and curry. It specifically helps you maintain bone health (through vitamin D, zinc and manganese) and normal vision (through vitamin B2 and zinc). Grape extract provides polyphenols, which help protect your cells.
Pack contains one month supply of 60 tablets.
- Amla (Phyllanthus emblica). Traditionally used in ayurvedic medicine, amla naturally contains vitamin C, vitamin B6 and chromium.
- Acerola (Malpighia emarginata). Indigenous to Central and South America, acerola is one of the richest sources of vitamin C in the world.
- Holy basil (Ocimum sanctum). It has been used for more than 3,000 years and is considered a sacred plant whose usages are more religious than culinary.
- Curry leaf (Murraya koenigii). Traditionally used as a spice, this plant is appreciated in India and South-East Asia for its slightly acrid, bitter, and sour taste.
- Lemon (Citrus limon). Lemon is indigenous to China or India and has been cultivated in Asia for at least 2,500 years. There are many uses of lemon, as either an ingredient or for decorative purposes.
- Guava (Psidium guajava). Guava was cultivated intensively by the Incas and remains very popular in South America. It is mostly used as food, as its seeds are edible.
- Grape (Vitis vinifera): Grapes are the second most cultivated fruit in the world. Grapes are a major source of polyphenol.
- Lichen: A lichen is a superior mushroom in symbiosis with algae; the term algae is used in its broadest sense and the lichen is called ascolichen. Lichens are mainly indigenous to Canada, Scandinavia and Ireland.
- Mexican Marigold or Aztec Marigold (Tagetes erecta). Rich in lutein, this plant is one of the species whose blossoms are edible (soup, fruit salad). It tastes similar to passion fruit.