Concentrated Aromatic Formula for Optimal GI Support◆
Spectrum AR combines high potency extracts of ginger, sage, and lemon balm along with thyme, clove, and oregano oils to help support a variety of gastrointestinal issues.◆
Spectrum AR is a high potency nutritional supplement blending oils and extracts from the aromatic mint family along with ginger and cloves. Thyme oil and ginger extract are the dominant ingredients known for their ability to aid in digestion.◆ The unique and specific combination of extracts and oils contained in the Spectrum AR formula helps support the health of the gastrointestinal tract based on their powerful anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties.◆
Primary benefits of Spectrum AR supplementation may include:
• Promotes healthy cellular metabolism by reducing oxidative stress◆
• Supports healthy digestive function◆
Rice bran oil, gelatin, glycerin, yellow beeswax, purified
water, carob, fumed silica, sunflower lecithin.
Take one softgel three times daily before or with meals
and a full glass of water, or as directed by your healthcare
Warning: Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Keep
out of the reach of children.
Caution: Swallow softgel whole, do not open or chew. If
you experience gastrointestinal discomfort or heartburn
(reflux), please discontinue use until you are able to speak
with your healthcare practitioner. If taking medication
please consult your healthcare practitioner before use.
Form: 60/120 Softgels
Serving Size: 1 Softgel
Ginger Extract (root; Zingiber officinale;
standardized to 5% gingerols)
Thyme Oil (Thymus vulgaris;
standardized to 55 mg thymol per serving)
Clove Leaf Oil (leaf; Syzygium aromaticum)
Oregano Oil (Origanum vulgare;
standardized to 55 mg carvacrol per
Sage Leaf Extract (leaf; Salvia officinalis)
Lemon Balm Extract (leaf; Melissa officinalis)
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w These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and
Drug Administration. This product is not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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