NattoZyme Nattokinase 100 mg NSK-SD® 2000 Fibrinolytic Units

NattoZyme Nattokinase 100 mg NSK-SD® 2000 Fibrinolytic Units

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Item #: 55370
60 Softgels
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Isolated, purified and encapsulated nattokinase, an enzyme derived from boiled soybeans and a selected, patented strain of Bacillus subtilis natto. Nattokinase NSK-SD® was the first nattokinase introduced into the US market, and it has established standardization and quality levels for all nattokinase, with comprehensive safety studies and proven potency. It is vegetarian, non-irradiated, and free of vitamin K2. NSK-SD® has two Japanese and three U.S. patents, and is recognized by the JHFA (Japan Health and Nutrition Food Authorization) and JNKA (Japan Nattokinase Association) as authentic nattokinase. NSK-SD® is a trademark of Japan BioScience Laboratory.

Suggested use: As a dietary supplement, 1 softgel two times daily initial dose, or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. May be taken with or without food. Take with 8-10 ounces of water. If taken with anticoagulant drugs, use under medical supervision. Contraindicated in any condition associated with bleeding.

Serving Size 1 softgel
Amount per serving:  
Nattokinase NSK-SD® (soy) (2000 FU) 100 mg

Other ingredients: Soybean oil, gelatin, glycerin, soybean lecithin, glycerin fatty acid ester, and beeswax.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug administration. The product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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