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What is Astragalus?
Astragalus is a herb and the plant itself belongs to the same family as beans or legumes. The genus Astragalus, commonly known as milk vetches, comprises more than 2,000 species distributed worldwide. These perennial herbs grow to approximately 1 m high, are native to the northern provinces of China and are cultivated in China, Korea, and Japan. The plants bear tubular yellowish flowers and small (3 to 6 cm) leaves.
Only two species of Astragalus are primarily used in food supplements — Astragalus membranaceus and Astragalus mongholicus. Specifically, the root of the plant is made into many different forms of supplements, including liquid extracts, capsules, powders and teas.
Who is Astragalus for?
Astragalus is thought to stimulate the immune system. It has antioxidant effects that inhibit free radical production. In the body, free radicals damage cells and are linked to many health problems associated with aging.
Why use Metabolics Astragalus?
Metabolics has over 25 years of experience in producing food supplements in a state-of-the-art clean room facility to ensure the quality our customers have come to expect.
Metabolics Astragalus liquid is no different; made with only the highest quality raw ingredients to ensure it is as effective and pure as possible, and produced under the strict guidelines of GMP and HACCP certification.
Taking through adding drops to water, Metabolics Astragalus liquid is also a convenient way to consume the herb.
Food supplements made to GMP standards.
Made in our clean room facility, here in the UK.
ISO accredited ISO:9001 and ISO:14001 accredited.
"i have been using this for around 2 months now for an immunity boost along with a couple of other ayuervedic supplements. i have been in close contact with family and friends who have had coughs, colds, flu and chest infections, but i have managed to remain free from all illnesses so far, whereas before i would have certainly gone down with a cold at least."