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Supports prostate health and maintains testosterone levels.
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Consciously created with intelligence and integrity, Wanderlust formulas have a clear purpose: to support you on your wellness journey.
A consciously created plant-active blend of Saw Palmetto, organic Guava, Tomato and Turmeric.
Prostate function: Saw Palmetto is traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to support healthy prostate function and urogenital health.
Prostate health: Lycopene derived from tomato supports prostate health.
Antioxidant: Lycopene derived from tomato as an antioxidant to reduce free radicals formed in the body.
Testosterone support: Zinc derived from Guava maintains testosterone levels and helps support testosterone formation.
Anti-Inflammatory: Turmeric is traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine as an anti-inflammatory to relieve inflammation.
Take two capsules daily or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
Each capsule contains:
Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) fruit ext. dry conc. stand. 160 mg
Derived from min. dry 6.4 g
Equiv. fatty acids 120 mg
Psidium guajava (Organic Guava) leaf ext. dry conc. stand. 43.75 mg
Derived from min. dry 350 mg
Equiv. zinc 1.75 mg
Lycopersicon esculentum (Tomato) fruit ext. dry conc. stand. 75 mg
Derived from min. dry 1.5 g
Equiv. lycopene 4.5 mg
Curcuma longa (Turmeric) rhizome ext. dry conc. 30 mg
Derived from dry 750 mg
No added gluten, dairy, lactose, soy, egg, artificial colours or artificial flavours.
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Mineral supplements should not replace a balanced diet.
Saw Palmetto and Tomato sourced from China.
Organic Guava and Turmeric sourced from India.
Native to the West Indies and costal regions of southern United States and southern California. It can be described as a small palm tree with rich deep red to brown coloued fruits. The medicinal parts are the partially dried ripe fruit, the ripe fresh fruit and the ripe dried fruit.
Traditionally used in Western Herbal Medicine to:
Saw Palmetto was described by the American Eclectic physicians as the ‘old man’s friend’ used traditionally for urogentital health and male reproductive health.
Guava has been cultivated for so many centuries that its place of origin is uncertain. Believed to have originated from Mexico through to Central America, this small, resilient, evergreen tree is now cultivated throughout the world for its medicinal and food value.
The fruit of most varieties is round, though some types are pear shaped. They have white to salmon-pink, juicy seedy flesh and an aromatic fragrance aroma.
Various parts of the plant, including the leaf and the fruit are used for medicinal purpose.
Guava is a natural source zinc which is used to:
The fruit, leaf, stem and bark of this berry fruit has been used from ancient times for various ailments.
Native to southern or Central America and cultivated all over the world. Tomato is amongst one of the oldest cultivated fruits used as a food source all around the world.
The fruit is a large, juicy, smooth, round to berry with a short tip. It is scarlet red, occasionally yellow or whitish with a diameter of 2 to 10 cm.
It is eaten worldwide as a food staple it is also recognised for its nutritional value and added health benefit. The ripe tomato fruit is rich in lycopene.
The medicinal parts are the fresh leaves, the fresh herb collected during the flowering season or the whole plant.
Turmeric is a product of Curcuma longa, a flowering perennial plant belonging to the ginger family Zingiberaceae, which is native to tropical South Asia. This broad-leaf tropical looking plant is now widely cultivated and goes by different names in different cultures and countries, including by its Chinese name, Yu Jin or by its Sanskrit name, Haldi.
The name turmeric derives from the Latin word terra merita meaning “meritorious earth”, referring to the colour of ground turmeric, which resembles a mineral pigment.
Traditionally used in Ayurvedic Medicine to:
The use of turmeric dates back nearly thousands of years to the Vedic culture in India, where it was used as used not only as a principal spice but also as a component in religious ceremonies.
No Added Dairy
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