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Product Description - Ginco International Imperial Elixir Cyclone Cider Herbal Tonic 2 fl. oz. (59 mL)
Cyclone Cider's power-packed formula is a combination of 6 concentrated herbal extracts in a pure apple cider vinegar base. Discover the many uses for this popular, snappy-tasting herbal tonic. Try it on foods (salads, potatoes, rice, fish, etc.) or take it straight whenever you desire.
Cyclone Cider is especially formulated with a base of apple cider vinegar, a natural source of organic compounds. The ever popular garlic and cayenne, along with four other fresh, healthy herbs are extracted slowly in the apple cider vinegar. The consumption of these herbs is well documented among many cultures.
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Vegetable Glycerine, Garlic, Cayenne, Horseradish Root, Ginger Root, Onion, Parsley, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid).
- Cayenne Pepper -- High in vitamin C. Stimulating, astringent, promotes circulation.
- Garlic -- "Nature's Antibiotic." Supports the immune system.
- Onion -- Garlic's buffer. Cleanses. Stimulates.
- Horseradish Root -- Stimulating. Cleansing.
- Ginger Root -- Benefits intestines and digestion. Stimulates.
- Parsley -- A natural diuretic.
Suggested Use: Shake well. Separation is normal. If dropper clogs, clear with pin. 1-2 full droppers 2x daily or as desired.
|Serving Size: ¼ tsp.|
Servings Per Container: 48
|Calories from fat||0|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||0 g||0%|
|Dietary Fiber||0 g||0%|
|†Daily Value not established|
|Product Type||Herbal Extract|
|Days of Use||24|
|Volume||2 fl. oz.|
|Specialty||Corn-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Plant Based, Soy-Free, Yeast-Free|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Herb Extract Base||Alcohol-Free|
|How Many Drops?||4 fl. oz. = 1,800 Drops|
|How Many Teaspoons?||4 fl. oz. = 24 teaspoons|
|How Many Tablespoons?||4 fl. oz. = 8 Tablespoons|
|Has A Dropper?||Yes|
Gary Raskin started out in 1973 with a small line of ginseng capsules and roots. His vision was to share the benefits he felt from consuming ginseng with others by selling quality products. With the help of his wife and partner, Linda Raskin, and Rick Seibert, who joined them in 1977 and later became the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, the business prospered.
Their mission is not to copy other companies' products, but rather to fill the gaps and resolve the problems that are not currently being addressed in the marketplace. To fulfill this mission, they created a new company, GINCO International, in 1994 and began producing their own line of ginseng products under the brand name of Imperial Elixir.
In researching the practices of other companies in the industry, Ginco found that the quality dilemma could be traced all the way back to the selection of the powders used in the capsules. They came to believe that many companies were buying powdered ginseng, with only the vendor's word for its authenticity, purity and quality. In an effort to eliminate this possible quality gap, and using the experience and knowledge that they have in this field, they decided that they would only purchase the ginseng roots themselves. And then, only after they had approved the quality of the roots, would the ginseng be ground into powder for the capsules. With their Siberian Eleuthero, Ginco has taken an additional step toward quality by using only 5:1 extract powder (it takes five pounds of root to make one pound of powder) or 10:1 extract powder in order to allow the body to assimilate this particularly fibrous root more easily and more effectively.
Although they are very satisfied with the results of these quality measures, they also have the raw materials assayed by independent laboratories and use cGMP contract manufacturers in the production of Ginco products.
Ginco International (Imperial Elixir)
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