Natures Answer

Celery Seed - Low Alcohol


Suitable for Vegetarians


Nature's Answer Celery Seed: Celery seed helps reduce blood pressure through its diuretic ability.

Celery seed is also known to relieve muscle spasms and improve appetite. Celery seed tincture are often used to treat arthritis, gout and kidney problems.

One ml upto three times daily

Nature's Answer Celery Seed Serving Size : 2 mL (approx. 56 drops). Servings Per Container: 15. Amount Per Serving: Celery Seed (Apium graveolens) Extract 2,000 mg. Other Ingredients Purified water, vegetable glycerin, 12-15% certified organic alcohol.

Product Code: NAA2029


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