MULTIGET-G5 Softgel Capsules

MULTIGET-G5 Softgel Capsules

Elcosapentaenoic Acid (EPA)90 mg + Docosa hexaenoic Acid (DHA) 60 mg + Green Tea Extract 10 mg +
Ginseng &tact 42.6 mg + Garlic Extract 0.4 mg + Gingko Biloba Extract 15 mg + Grape Seed Extract 10 mg +
Lactic Acid Bacillus 500 Lacs + Natural Mixed Carotenoids(10%) 11.33 mg +Vitamin 03 200 1U + Wheat Germ
Oil 25 mg + Menadione Sodium Bisulphate (Vit. K) 10 mcg + Bentotiamine 1.5 mg + Vitamin 86 1 mg + Vitamin
812 1 mcg + Niacinamide 20 mg + Calcium Ascorbate 45 mg + Folic Acid 150 mcg Biotin 100 mcg + Choline
Bitartrate 25 mg + Lutein 250 meg + Piperine 5 mg + Diabasic Calcium Phosphate 20 mg + Ferrous Fumarate
30mg + Zinc Oxide 15 mg + Magnesium Omide 150 mcg + Magnesium Oxide 30mg + Maganese Sulphate 1.5
mg + Chromium Picolinate 65mcg + Sodium Molybdate 25mcg + Sodium Selenite 20mcg + Potassium
Chloride 4mg + Sodium Borate 150meg Colloidal Silicon Dioxide 2mg

GINSENG

Is an ADAPTOGEN (a product that increases the body’s resistance to stress)
i.) Stimulates mental and physical activity
ii.) Improves accuracy of work
iii.) Prevents fatigue
iv.) Stimulates endocrine glands
v.) Improves memory
vi.) Strengthen the heart and nervous system
vii.) Builds mental and physical vitality
viii.) Builds resistance to disease

GREEN TEA EXTRACT

Green tea (GT) consumption is known to be associated with enhanced cardiovascular and metabolic health.
In a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, 56 obese, hypertensive subjects were randomized to receive a
daily supplement of 1 capsule that contained either GT extract (GTE) or a matching placebo, for 3 months. At
baseline and after 3 months of treatment, the anthropometric parameters, blood pressure, plasma lipid levels,
glucose levels, creatinine levels, tumor necrosis factor a levels, C-reactive protein levels, total antioxidant
status, and insulin levels were assessed. Insulin resistance was evaluated according to the homeostasis model
assessment-insulin resistance protocol.

After 3 months of supplementation, both systolic and diastolic blood pressures had significantly decreased in
the GTE group as compared with the placebo group (P < .01). Considerable (P < .01) reductions in fasting serum glucose and insulin levels and insulin resistance were observed in the GTE group when compared with the placebo group. Serum tumor necrosis factor a and C-reactive protein were significantly lower, whereas total antioxidant status increased in the GTE group compared with the placebo (P < .05). Supplementation also contributed to significant (P < .05) decreases in the total and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglycerides, but an increase in high-density lipoprotein cholesterol. In conclusion, daily supplementation with GTE favorably influences blood pressure, insulin resistance, inflammation and oxidative stress, and lipid profile in patients with obesity-related hypertension.
GRAPE SEED EXTRACT
Grapes (Vitis vinifera) have been used for centuries for eating, and for making juice, wine, and medicines.
Grape seed extract comes from the seeds of the red grapes and the active ingredient is a subclass of
flavonoids called proanthocyanidins. Proanthyocyanidins are powerful antioxidants and also improve
vascular elasticity. It has been suggested that grape seed extract could be important in the prevention of
atherosclerosis and cancer and in wound healing and also in the treatment of hyperlipidemia.

In a recent meta-analysis, Feringa et al evaluated the effects of grape seed extract in both animal and human
studies. Although animal studies have suggested cardiovascular benefits from grape seed extract, human
studies report conflicting results. Grape seed extract administered to humans lowered systolic blood pressure
and heart rate but had no significant effect on diastolic blood pressure, C-reactive protein, or lipid levels.
There are few reported side effects from grape seed extract except for allergic reactions.

GINKGO BILOBA EXTRACT

The number of studies on Ginkgo biloba are rapidly increasing. A variety of effects of Ginkgo biloba extract
(GBE) have been identified. GBE contains many different flavone glycosides and terpenoides.

GBE has an antioxidant action as a free radical scavenger, a relaxing effect on vascular walls, an antagonistic
action on platelet-activating factor, an improving effect on blood flow or microcirculation, and a stimulating
effect on neurotransmitters. Besides a direct scavenging action on active oxygen species, GBE exerts an anti-
inflammatory effect on inflammatory cells by suppressing the production of active oxygen and nitrogen
species.

GBE inhibited the increase in the products of the oxidative decomposition low-density lipoprotein (LDL),
reduced the cell death in various types of neuropathy, and prevented the oxidative damage to mitochondria,
suggesting that GBE exhibits beneficial effects on neuron degenerative diseases by preventing chronic
oxidative damage. The study using a model of ischemia-reperfusion injury has also demonstrated the
protective effect of GBE on cardiac muscle and its antioxidative action in Favorable results have been
obtained in double-blind, placebo-controlled, comparative trials of patients with memory disorders,
obstructive arteriosclerosis, and dementia. We review the recent studies cr. GBE with respect to its various
pharmacological actions, such as a scavenging activity on free radica-s and an inhibitory action on lipid
peroxidation.

GBE shows a very strong scavenging action on free radicals, and is thus considered to be useful for the
treatment of diseases related to the production of free radicals, such as ischemic heart disease, cerebral
infarction, chronic inflammation, and aging.

GARLIC EXTRACT

The medicinal use of garlic dates back thousands of years, but there was little scientific support c.’7
therapeutic and pharmacologic properties until recently. In the past decade, the cancer-proteztee effects of
garlic have been well established by epidemiologic studies and animal experiments. However. the
cardiovascular-protective properties of garlic are less well understood. In particular, despite time reported
hypocholesterolemic effect of garlic, the mechanism of the effect is unclear. In a -ecesillt randomized, double-
blind, placebo – controlled inter vention study, we showed that gar lic ex trac t (GE)supplementation was effective in lowering plasma concentration of total cholesterol by 7% and LDL
cholesterol by 10% in hypercholesterolemic men compared with subjects consuming a placebo.

Supplementation of GE in animal diets similarly reduced plasma concentrations of total cholesterol and
triacylglycerol by 15 and 30%, respectively. Taken together, the results of our studies indicate that the
cholesterol-lowering effects of garlic extract stem in part from inhibition of hepatic cholesterol synthesis by
water-soluble sulfur compounds, especially SAC.

INDICATIONS

a.)CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS (CAD, Endothelial Dysfunction, Hypertension)
b.)PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS (Neurodegeneration, Depressive Disorders)
c.) CHRONIC FATIGUE, DEBILITY, CONVALESCENCE, GERIATRICS
d.) AUTO-IMMUNE DISORDERS (RA), OSTEOPOROSIS
e.) DIABETES / OBESITY / DYSLIPIDEMIA
f.) POST MENOPAUSAL DISORDERS
g.) SKIN DISORDERS

DOSAGE

1 softgel capsule once a day

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