Tropilab Inc., exporter & wholesaler of medicinal plants, herbs and tropical seeds

NEWSLETTER No. 2 (Feb.), 2010


Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States.
The American Heart Association has defined the meaning of ideal cardiovascular health and has identified seven health and behavior factors impacting health and quality of life.
Even simple, small changes can make a big difference in living a better life.

These steps can help add years to your life:

  1. don’t smoke;
  2. maintain a healthy weight;
  3. engage in regular physical activity;
  4. eat a healthy diet;
  5. manage blood pressure;
  6. take charge of cholesterol;
  7. keep blood sugar (glucose) at healthy levels.
There are several herbs that can help to get a healthy heart or keep one by decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease* and circulations problems.
Among these herbs there are two outstanding:

Ginger is a natural blood thinner and will help to prevent heart attack. It also reduces cholesterol and blood pressure and prevents blood clots. These lodge in narrowed coronary arteries and set off a heart attack.

Cayenne, one of the most powerful and beneficial herbs; it has been proven to reduce cardiovascular and circulatory system diseases.
It is great in improving circulation; this is the best herb that increases your blood flow.
It cleanses the blood and stimulates the entire system. Helps clear blockages from arteries, veins and lymphatic system. Also helps lower cholesterol and dissolves blood clots.
It may positively influence arrhythmias (irregularity in the rhythm or force of the heartbeat).

TROPILAB® INC. has these herbs as extracts; they can be used together or alone.
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*Cardiovascular is actually coronary artery disease, which is marked by narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels that supply blood to the heart.

Consult your doctor, practitioner, and / or pharmacist for any health problem and before using dietary supplements or before making any changes in prescribed medications.

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