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Levodyn is composed of 19 herbs and minerals that have been shown to help increase your heart-healthy lifestyle.

We believe that as part of a balanced diet and healthy exercise, Levodyn really makes a difference - so you can live a longer, happier and healthy life. We've manufactured Levodyn to the highest standards and have only used U.S. Pharmaceutical Grade ingredients to assure that you have the best product. Take two Levodyn tablets a day, preferably with food.


Ginseng has been used for centuries to help combat stress and aid people in living a more relaxed and adaptable lifestyle [1] [2]. By naturally fighting stress, ginseng helps lower your blood pressure, particularly during situations where you might be at risk for increased heart rate [3].

Ginkgo Biloba

Another oriental herb, ginkgo biloba is believed to help improve the blood flow in the human body [4]. It also helps with microcirculation in the small capillaries [4]. It can also be helpful in preventing blood clotting [4]. By improving and stabilizing your overall circulation, ginkgo biloba can naturally promote overall cardiovascular health [4].

Garlic Bulb Extract (Odorless)

Garlic has long been known to be one of the healthiest foods in the world. It has a myriad of natural health benefits. One of the most important benefits of garlic is that it is believed to prevent the accumulation of cholesterol in the bloodstream while at the same time helping to regulate blood pressure [7]. That means it may be able to help if you are suffering from this condition [8].

Cayenne Pepper Fruit

Cayenne pepper helps maintain your overall health in two distinct ways. First, it causes your blood vessels to open. Then it helps improve your overall blood circulation, which helps regulate your blood pressure and prevent dangerous blood pressure spikes [9].

Pomegranate Fruit Extract

The pomegranate is one of nature's miracles when it comes to cardiovascular health. Several pilot studies on humans have shown that it is also effective against a full suite of other cardiovascular disease causes including LDL oxidation, macrophage oxidative status, and foam cell formation [10] [11].

Coenzyme Q-10

Coenzyme Q-10 is the compound that helps the muscles and organs of your body create and maintain their energy levels [12]. That means it helps your heart and blood vessels work at their peak performance. Low levels of coenzyme Q-10 in the body can cause high blood pressure by robbing the heart of the energy it needs to properly regulate blood flow. By introducing coenzyme Q-10 into your diet, you may be helping your heart regulate your blood pressure on its own [13].


Lycopene is a natural nutrient found in heart-healthy foods including tomatoes [14]. It has a high level of antioxidant capabilities and can help your body regulate its overall wellness. Because of this, researchers are currently studying its effects on cardiovascular health and blood pressure regulation in the human body [15]. What is certain is that by helping your body maintain its overall health, lycopene can help you feel healthier and reduce the stress that can cause high blood pressure levels [16].

Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine) 25 mg

Thiamine is a necessary nutrient often found in pork products and certain cereals and grains when they are cooked fresh. Unfortunately in today's fast food culture, many people experience thiamine deficiency [17]. When your body does not have all the thiamine it needs, you are put at a risk for a wide variety of health problems including elevated blood pressure and long-term cardiovascular damage. This is why it is very important to ensure that thiamine is part of your daily diet [18].

Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 25 mg

Riboflavin is a necessary nutrient for all humans and animals that is easily absorbed by the human body [19]. It helps regulate your energy and metabolism and is a key factor in how your body absorbs and processes fats [20]. By ensuring that your body can properly regulate your absorption of fats, it can naturally help you fight obesity and therefore help keep your blood pressure at healthy levels. When your metabolism slows down you are more likely to become fatter, which is a high risk factor for blood pressure problems and general cardiovascular issues. This is why it is essential that you include riboflavin in your overall diet [21].

Vitamin B-3 (Niacin) 25 mg

Niacin is another member of the B vitamin family that helps your body metabolize fat in a heart healthy way [22]. It helps lower bad cholesterol levels [23]. It also helps lower the amount of fat in your body. Finally, it can actually help raise the amount of good cholesterol in your body [24].

Vitamin B-5 (Pantothenic Acid) 25 mg

Pantothenic acid is a vitamin that your body needs to survive. It is found in many foods naturally, but it is still vitally important that your body receives it on a daily basis [25]. When used as a supplement, pantothenic acid has been shown to lower levels of bad LDL cholesterol during animal experiments [26]. It is believed that adding additional levels of pantothenic acid into your diet may help keep your blood pressure at healthy levels by lowering your bad cholesterol levels and maintaining healthy body circulation [27].

Vitamin B-6 25 mg

Vitamin B-6 is an essential nutrient that acts as a co-enzyme to help your body function properly, break down food in a healthier manner and keep your body's internal system functioning the right way [28]. Many natural processes that can affect your blood pressure and cardiovascular healthy cannot happen in your body if it does not have access to enough vitamin B-6 for the coenzyme process to occur [29].

Vitamin B-7 (Biotin) 300 mcg

Biotin has many positive benefits to the human body that are not limited to blood pressure and cardiovascular problem. It can help guard against diabetes [30]. Maintaining proper biotin levels is necessary for cell growth, the production of fatty acids, and the metabolism of fats and amino acids [31]. When it comes to blood pressure, the benefit is that it helps regulate your proper blood sugar levels. When your blood sugar levels spike up and down, it puts additional stress on your heart and can temporarily increase your overall blood pressure levels. Therefore, biotin is an important part of your daily vitamin intake [32].

Vitamin B-9 (Folic Acid) 400 mcg

Folic acid is one of the most important members of the vitamin B family [33]. It can help reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and depression [34]. Blind studies when compared against placebos have shown that it has been able to prevent isolated systemic hypertension [35]. It is thought to do so by regulating your body's levels of homocystine. When your homocystine levels become elevated it can damage your arteries and cause blood clots [36]. You cannot afford to allow your body not to have enough folic acid every day!

Vitamin B-12 25 mcg

Vitamin B-12 is a powerful nutrient that works with other B vitamins to help your body in a number of different ways from maintaining the nervous system, red blood cells, and energy metabolism to the proper functioning of our brain, heart, liver and kidneys to being a building block of DNA. In regards to high blood pressure levels, it works hand in hand with vitamin B-9 to regulate homocystine levels - to keep your arteries healthy and prevent blood clots [37].

Calcium 250 mg

Calcium is the building block of the human body and helps create strong and healthy bones while preventing osteoporosis. It is particularly important that women incorporate as much calcium into their diet as possible - particularly as they become older and are at risk for having weaker bone structure [38] [39]. While most people think of calcium strictly in the sense of helping your bone structure, it can also play a role in helping maintaining a heart healthy lifestyle. People who suffer from calcium deficiencies are at a greater risk of developing blood clots that can put you at risk for cardiovascular damage [40].

Magnesium 200 mg

Magnesium ions are essential to the proper functioning of all living cells. Hundreds of enzymes require magnesium if they are going to be able to function properly. If you don't have enough magnesium in your diet, your body will not be able to perform any of the basic functions it requires in order to naturally regulate your blood pressure and keep your heart working healthy.

Potassium 200 mg

Potassium plays an essential role in helping your body regulate its own natural sodium levels. Elevated levels of sodium in the body can directly cause your blood pressure to rise [42]. This is why many people who are at risk of high blood pressure or suffering from hypertension are generally advised to eliminate salt or at least start incorporating a low salt diet into their healthy lifestyle. If your body does not maintain certain levels of natural potassium in the blood stream it cannot survive [43]. Because high sodium levels are one of the leading causes of high blood pressure and other cardiovascular problems, it is essential that you incorporate potassium into your diet so your body properly processes sodium in as healthy a way as possible.

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