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Marvlix® - Cordycepts Sinensis

For Your Heart - Hypertension, Heart Arrhythmias


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If you are overweight, drink too much alcohol, eat too much salt, or get older, your body is forced to provide more resource through the blood stream to make sure every internal organ has adequate supply to perform its tasks in a timely manner. Therefore, high blood pressure (Hypertension) is really just your body's natural response to overcome those conditions.

The single most important resource that every cell of your body needs is oxygen. By increasing oxygen intake and improving the efficiency of your internal organs' oxygen utilization, Marvlix totally eliminates your body's need for more blood supply. That's exactly why Marvlix is so effective in correcting high blood pressure.

Another important benefit of Marvlix for your heart is its ability to stabilize the heart beat and correct cardiac arrhythmias. Cordyceps stands at the top of the list of treatments for this serious condition in China today.

The mechanism of effectiveness is only partly understood. One study pointed to the presence of adenosine, and Cordyceps contains a significant amount of adenosine, deoxyadenosine, and related adenosine-type nucleotides. These compounds are known to have great positive impact on coronary and cerebral circulation.

Cordyceps doesn't interfere with any arrhythmia medication. With low toxicity, Cordyceps is an excellent choice for heart arrhythmias.

Historically, Cordyceps has been used to treat many other heart conditions. It benefits the vascular system by improving circulation, regulating blood pressure, and strengthening the heart muscle.

Cordyceps also helps prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol to work against plaque or clot formation.

In a long-term study of patients with chronic heart failure, continuous use of Cordyceps in combination with conventional treatments promoted an increase in the overall quality of life. This included general physical condition, mental health, and cardiac function, compared to the control group.


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