Arterosil®

Dietary Supplement Manufactured by Calroy Health Sciences

What is Arterosil?

Arterosil® is the only dietary supplement with a U.S. Patent targeting vulnerable plaque.

Your blood vessels have a micro-thin gel lining called the endothelial glycocalyx. The glycocalyx protects and regulates the entire endothelium and is, therefore, the foundation of vascular health. It inhibits cholesterol and other harmful particles from adhering to or penetrating the endothelial wall. By promoting the health of the glycocalyx, Arterosil supports normal endothelial function, promotes a healthy heart, improves blood flow, and helps maintain blood pressure in the normal range.* Arterosil also helps support normal erectile function in men.*

Benefits of Arterosil

A healthy vascular system supports every system and organ in the body. The endothelial glycocalyx support uniquely provided by Arterosil has many benefits:

  • Helps maintain the artery wall’s protective barrier*
  • Supports normal endothelial function*
  • Promotes a healthy heart*
  • Improves blood flow*
  • Helps maintain blood pressure in the normal range.*
  • Supports normal nitric oxide production*
  • Supports normal erectile function in men.*
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Who may benefit from Arterosil?

The endothelial glycocalyx is a delicate structure. The primary contributors to the breakdown of the endothelial glycocalyx include:

  • Cardiovascular conditions
  • High levels of blood glucose and insulin
  • Inflammation
  • Oxidative stress
  • Toxins
  • Infections
  • Lifestyle factors (stress, sleep deprivation, etc.)
  • Genetic factors
  • Aging

Who should avoid Arterosil?

There have been no reports of contraindications for Arterosil. Safety studies of Arterosil revealed no problems, and there is no evidence to date of serious side effects. In individuals who are taking medications for hypertension, Arterosil may reduce the need for those medications. We suggest monitoring blood pressure closely to identify if medications need to be reduced or stopped. As always, clinical judgment should be applied for children, pregnant women, and other groups.

Learn more about Arterosil

If you are a clinician who’s interested in supplying Arterosil to your patients. You can reach out to your Solutions Engineer or create an account directly with Arterosil. As a clinician, you have two ways to provide Arterosil to your patients. You can keep a supply in your office (bulk orders) to sell directly to your patients or order you can order for each patient specifically and we will ship to them for you.

To learn more about Arterosil, complete the below form and a Solutions Engineer will be in touch with you.

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