A 100% natural Ceylon Cinnamon extract for a healthier heart and a healthier life.
- Helps to maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels
- Improves lipid metabolism
- Helps to maintain blood sugar level
- Helps to improve immunity
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- Ayurveda Department Registred Product
- Cash on Delivery anywhere in Sri Lanka
- Bundle offers with discounts available!
- Helps maintain healthy cholesterol and blood preassure levels.
- Improves lipid metabolisom.
- Overall support which benefits blood sugar levels.
Half an hour before meals twice daily.
We recommend taking OptiHeart for 8-12 weeks to start seeing good results.
Absolutely. You can take OptiHeart as a part of your healthy lifestyle.
The standardized extract of Ceylon Cinnamon in OptiHeart is more potent/effective than Cinnamon powder. This is done to ensure that every dose of OptiHeart will give you the optimum amount of actives than taking normal Cinnamon Powder. SaaraLife OptiHeart is standardized to Proanthocyanidins, a compound known for its heart health benefits.
Proanthocyanidins are a class of polyphenols found in some plants. Over the years, this potent nutrient has been linked to a number of important health benefits such as cardiovascular support.
No. SaaraLife OptiHeart is sold Over the Counter (OTC).
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