mangosteen fruit juice
liquid food supplement with sweetener
The main constituent of ZenThonic is the fruit called mangosteen, which is one of the most precious foods of people living in the jungles of Asia. It is also called the fruit of the gods. Even now in Asia, it is considered to be one of the most sacred and precious fruits, but remains almost unknown in North America and Europe.
ZenThonic - Mangosteen Thonic
Mangosteen Thonic is a delicious fruit concentrate. It contains liquid concentrates of mangosteen and red berries (grape, strawberry, cranberry, raspberry, cherry and blueberry).
In other CaliVita operations known under the name: ZenThonic
Best before: see bottom.
concentrated mangosteen juice (Garcinia mangostana)
Mangosteen the strongest natural antioxidant
How do ZenThonic active ingredients work?
- have antioxidant properties (mangosteen, blueberry)
- support the work of the urinary system (cherries)
- ideal for use during menstruation (raspberries)
Who do we especially recommend?
- All those looking for strong antioxidant support and wanting to support the functioning of the immune system.
- People who want to positively affect the circulatory system.
- People who want to improve their physical condition.
- Active and passive tobacco smokers.
- Inhabitants of polluted agglomerations and users of mobile phones, computers, etc.
- People with a stressful lifestyle.
- People who prefer liquid dietary supplements.
ZenThonic active ingredients
red grape fruit juice concentrate (Vitis vinifera) 3000 mg
strawberry fruit juice concentrate (Fragaria vesca) 900 mg
cranberry fruit juice concentrate (Vaccinium macrocarpon) 360 mg
raspberry fruit juice concentrate (Rubus idaeus) 150 mg
cherry fruit juice concentrate (Prunus avium) 150 mg
apple fruit juice concentrate (Malus domestica) 90 mg
pear fruit juice concentrate (Pyrus communis) 90 mg
blueberry fruit juice concentrate (Vaccinium corymbosum) 90 mg
pear fruit puree (Pyrus communis) 90 mg
- Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
- Food supplements cannot substitute for a balanced mixed diet.
- Keep out of reach of young children.
Once opened, store in the refrigerator.
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