Project AD Life Astragalus 60 CapsulesRegular price £35.99
What is Project AD Astragalus?
Project AD has released yet another high spec formulation for their wellness range in the form of Project AD Astragalus.
It has been formulated as a high-quality kidney, stress and immune support supplement. A research-driven blend with no expense spared which contains a huge 650mg dose of Super Astragalus Extract alongside proven adaptogens to combat cortisol/stress levels.
Project AD Astagalus delivers a 1/2 months supply and contains no proprietary blends to hide any form of underdosing.
What is the primary benefit of Astragalus?
Astragalus is shown to nourish our bodies’ natural defence systems and plays an integral role in maintaining the body’s salt, potassium and acid levels.
What are the key features of this kidney support supplement
- Research-driven formula
- Fully disclosed label
- Proven ingredients
- Promotes kidney health
- Supports healthy immune function
- Effective stress/cortisol release supplement
What does CSN think?
Astragulus is an intriguing one. Traditionally used in Chinese Medicine, it has gained traction in the Western world in recent years due to some incredibly comprehensive studies showing its potency for treating kidney disorders. In addition to promoting kidney health, it seems to show promise in shielding the body and defending it against various illnesses and ailments, possibly by boosting the immune system. It's a fantastic formula for promoting overall wellness in numerous capacities and a great addition to the AD LIFE range.
Watch this video explaining how Astragulus can help your wellness.
As an adult dietary supplement. Take 1 capsule daily with a meal. Astragalus is an adaptogen, it is primarily used to support the body in dealing with stress. A foundational herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine for hundreds of years. It is included in Project AD's formula to support energy, well-being, and “shield” which serves as a primary defence mechanism against pernicious threats to the system. Used to combat fatigue linked to decreased appetite. Astragalus is part of the Milk Vetch or Fabaceae family.