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Odorless Garlic Supplement - Wakunaga Kyo Reserve

If you're looking for an odorless Garlic supplement, Wakunaga has got you covered. Wakunaga Kyo Reserve will help to support a strong & healthy Heart. Wakunaga Kyo Reserve come in easy on-the-go capsules & is a completely odorless Garlic formula. Each serving of Wakunaga Kyo Reserve contains 600mg of 100% Aged Garlic Extract, which will help to encourage Blood Pressure levels & support healthy Cholesterol levels. On top of all of that, Wakunaga Kyo Reserve will help to provide your Immune System with a major boost & improve your overall athletic performance. Up your Cardiovascular health now. Pick up a bottle. Introducing Wakunaga Kyo Reserve!!

Wakunaga Kyo Reserve Benefits

  • Helps To Support A Strong Heart
  • Encourages Healthy Blood Pressure Levels
  • Boosts Immune System Health
  • Supports Heart Health & Healthy Cholesterol Levels
  • Completely Odorless Garlic Formula
  • Comes In Easy On-The-Go Capsules
  • Contains 600 Milligrams Of 100% Aged Garlic Extract Per Serving
  • Helps To Improve Overall Athletic Performance 

How Do I Take Wakunaga Kyo Reserve?

Wakunaga recommends taking one (1) or more capsules as needed with a meal twice daily.

Wakunaga Kyo Reserve Ingredients

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

Servings Per Container: 120

Aged Garlic Extract Powder (Bulb) 600mg

Other Ingredients: Vegetable Protein, Magnesium Stearate (Vegetable Source) & Silica.

Wakunaga Kyo Reserve Side Effects & Warnings

Store in a cool, dry place with cap tight. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if cap drop ring or printed inner seal is broken or missing.


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