Helps support healthy blood pressure
Blood Pressure is a scientifically supported nutritional solution to help retain healthy blood pressure by helping promote healthy blood circulation and blood vessels. This unique formulation contains vitamins, minerals, and herbal ingredients to maintain good health and support healthy blood pressure.
Blood Pressure is a scientifically supported nutritional solution to help retain healthy blood pressure by helping promote healthy blood circulation and blood vessels.
Studies have shown the key ingredients in Shaklee Blood Pressure address two important mechanisms that are known to impact blood pressure levels in the normal range. Blood Pressure has been designed to:
- Promote healthy blood circulation
- Relax blood vessels to help retain healthy blood pressure
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