A safe, non-toxic nutritional vasodilator, without undesirable side effects
Helps increase blood flow to peripheral areas
Features a balanced blend of nutrients to support muscle tissues
Enhanced with Vitamin B1, B2 and B6
Take one capsule, four times a day with meals, or as directed by your doctor.
NIATHERM is a safe, non-toxic, nutritional vasodilator, without undesirable side effects. It aids in increasing blood flow to peripheral areas of the body by widening blood vessels.
The main ingredient in this formula is Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, which is a cerebral vasodilator that increases the width of the blood vessels, allowing more blood and oxygen to move around the body to where it is required. It also contributes to producing hormones, decreasing cholesterol, and improving circulation. Niacin has been shown to help relieve high blood pressure.
We’ve included vitamins B1, B2, B6, and Iodine to enhance and promote niacin’s vasodilation properties. These B vitamins play an essential role at a cellular level in both anabolic and catabolic bodily functions. Their results are prevalent in energy production, brain function, DNA and RNA synthesis, genomic and non-genomic methylation, as well as neurochemical and signaling molecules. Iodine encourages thyroid health, hormone production, and a healthy metabolic rate.
NIATHERM may produce a warm tingling sensation, often accompanied by a red 'flush' around the head and neck, within thirty minutes of ingestion. This is a normal, harmless reaction and a direct indication that its natural vasodilator properties are working. The idea is to initially take just enough niacin to have a slight flush, which should last about fifteen minutes. If you take too much niacin, the flush may be more pronounced and longer lasting. A large dose of niacin on an empty stomach is certain to cause profound flushing. We recommend testing your tolerance levels by starting with one tablet and gradually increasing until the first flush is noticed.
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