(YorkPedia Editorial):- Los Angeles, Sep 2, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – WoundVite has now received Amazon’s highest choice ratings for 3 categories “recovery support”, ‘surgery vitamins” and “wound vitamins”. This is a huge achievement particularly for natural supplements in this category.
Made in the USA, WoundVite is #1 most comprehensive scar and wound care supplement in the market, trusted by thousands of patients, physicians, and pharmacists. Formulated based on advanced scientific health research by Zen Nutrients, this reliable research-backed supplement addresses chronic wounds, scar reduction, and post-surgery recovery. This highly potent nutraceutical works well, and it is safe and effective.
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The pains one may feel after surgery could be quite intense and that is why it is essential that recovery is done with optimal care. This is why you need certain high-quality nutrients to help you heal faster. Wound care is a crucial step to improve your recovery time, and Woundvite may help accelerate that. This high potency supplement contains 18 powerful science-backed pharma-grade ingredients. These ingredients work together to potentially assist in various healthcare areas; chronic wounds, bedsores, tissue injuries, hysterectomy, C-section, shoulder surgery, ACL surgery, and scar tissue reduction. Each capsule of WoundVite contains Chlorella, Calendula, Grape Seed Extract, Turmeric, Hyaluronic Acid, Bromelain, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, Zinc, Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Vitamin E, Iron, Selenium, and Copper.
The authentic reviews are simply amazing, one particular Amazon customer reviewed stated. “I had a full tummy tuck with muscle repair on 4/8/19. I walked into my surgeon’s office a mere 15 days after surgery completely upright, with no pain and an amazing scar result! My doctor was totally shocked! I’ve been taking this every day and will continue to take it throughout my recovery. I feel amazing and am healing about 50% fast than most people who have had the procedure”
WoundVite was developed by a team of a pharmacist, physicians and naturopathic doctors to ensure optimal results. Woundvite has vitamins and nutrients that help promote cell growth and collagen production in the body. In turn, it may effectively reduce scarring, explaining why it is among the most trusted wound care products. It may be used in conjunction with other wound care dressings, scar treatments and scar remover creams.
“Wound healing and surgery recovery can be very frustrating to patients. I’m very thankful that WoundVite is highly recommended by pharmacists and physicians to help aid in the healing process. It’s amazing to see and hear authentic reviews from the thousands of patients that have successfully used WoundVite, says Dr. Devan A. Patel, Co-Founder.
WoundVite is made in an FDA-registered facility, well-inspected facilities in the USA, and follows Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) guidelines to ensure their products are of the highest quality and purity. You can rest assured that you are in safe hands. The professionally experienced team of physicians and pharmacists who formulated Woundvite has recommended using it for at least 60 days. However, it is important to seek professional medical advice before taking the supplement especially if you have an allergy or medical condition prohibiting you from taking any ingredient in the formula.
For more information please visit www.zennutrients.com today.
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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