Have Questions? 877-465-0844
Item(s)
View Cart

There are no items in your cart.

OVitaminPro.com - Your Supplement Experts
free usps ground shipping
on all orders within the usa
Home . Popular Brands . EuroMedica . Clinical Glutathione 60 Slow MeltT
Clinical Glutathione 60 Slow MeltT

EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione is a dietary supplement for antioxidant support. The body's cells and tissues are at constant risk of damage by harmful free radicals that have the capability of disrupting cell structure and metabolic activity. Naturally occurring, glutathione is a tripeptide of L-cysteine, L-glutamate and L-glycine and is an essential co-substrate for 2 major antioxidant enzymes in the body, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase. Glutathione is a free radical scavenger, absorbed well in the intestine, and enters blood and other extracellular areas to provide its beneficial antioxidant effects. Clinical Glutathione is provided in slow melt tablets. Recommended usage: Take 2 tablets daily. One tablet in a.m. and one tablet in the p.m., or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner. Tablet should be held in mouth and allowed to dissolve before swallowing for optimal results. EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione Product Sheet
http://www.ovitaminpro.com/eurmgshclin.html
Clinical Glutathione
Click to Enlarge

Clinical Glutathione 60 Slow MeltT

Item #: EURMGSHClin
In Stock
Our Price:$65.9565.95
Quantity:
EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione is a dietary supplement for antioxidant support. The body's cells and tissues are at constant risk of damage by harmful free radicals that have the capability of disrupting cell structure and metabolic activity. Naturally occurring, glutathione is a tripeptide of L-cysteine, L-glutamate and L-glycine and is an essential co-substrate for 2 major antioxidant enzymes in the body, glutathione reductase and glutathione peroxidase. Glutathione is a free radical scavenger, absorbed well in the intestine, and enters blood and other extracellular areas to provide its beneficial antioxidant effects. Clinical Glutathione is provided in slow melt tablets. Recommended usage: Take 2 tablets daily. One tablet in a.m. and one tablet in the p.m., or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner. Tablet should be held in mouth and allowed to dissolve before swallowing for optimal results. EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione Product Sheet
EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione Facts: L-Glutathione (Reduced Form) 300 mg. Also contains: maltitol, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, vanilla flavor, pomegranate (Punica granatum) fruit extract, vegetable source magnesium stearate, stevia.
5 Questions & 5 Answers
martha
from Boca Raton, FL asked:
May 23, 2017
Hi Dr. Dan, I have poor methylation and therefore high levels of glutamate which makes me anxious. I read, that the clinical glutathione contains glutamate.How would that affect me? Would it make my condition worse? Thanks. Martha
1 Answers
Clinical Glutathione will support glutathione levels and won't affect your glutamate levels directly. It will improve your physiology by helping activate antioxidants and also is your body's primary detox agent. We recommend glutathione support for any chronic condition. Gluten related antibodies can interfere with the conversion of glutatmate to GABA in the brain leading to an over excited brain. I would look at a gluten-free diet and probably some serotonin support via Travacor or Serene by NeuroScience.
Customer Service
on May 24, 2017

Diane Denroche
from Lanoka Harbor NJ asked:
April 4, 2015
Hi Dr. Dan, I have been taking Apex Energentics Glutathione Recycler (K57) 2 caps 2 x a day for the last 5 yrs! In your opinion would taking the Clinical Glutathione be better? Also what test would be needed to test my Glutathione levels again?
1 Answers
Excellent question. Both products you mention are excellent products with the goal of supporting healthy glutathione levels. Clinical Glutathione is more direct as the glutathione is absorbed in the small blood vessels of the mouth as you suck on the dissolvable tablets. Human studies show a nice increase in blood levels within a few days. The Recycler helps your body restore used up glutathione. My own approach is to use LifeWave Glutathione patches a couple times a week, NAC every day and Clinical Glutathione about 5 days a week. As far as testing goes, I have good news and bad news. SpectraCell has an excellent anti-oxidant and micronutrient profile that includes glutathione. The bad news is that we can only run those in Nevada and California and they cost about $200 or so depending on insurance coverage.
Customer Service
on April 6, 2015

jean cipra
from Vancouver WA asked:
October 14, 2014
How does the Clinical Glutathione 60T compare with the Glutathione Patch? Which one can actually be used by the body? Thanks, jean
1 Answers
The Patches and the Clinical Glutathione work on completely different philosophies. The Patches encourage your body's own production of glutathione and the Clinical Glutathione dissolvable tabs provide the glutathione in the tablet. Like I mentioned in another response, I personally use both but if I had to choose, I would pick the Clinical Glutathione.
Dr. Dan
on October 14, 2014

Christina Dragone
from Ferndale mi asked:
October 14, 2014
Hi Dr. Dan I spoke with you last month and ordered the NAC, N-acetyl L-cysteine for glutathione. Do you prefer that to these Clinical Glutathione 60T??? I'm 61, healthy, but my glut. Levels were very low and also use the patches sometimes. Thank you, Christina Dragone 248-548-0006
1 Answers
With new information comes new recommendations. NAC, of course is the precursor to glutathione and can help raise levels if your body had the ability to make it. EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione is absorbed in the lining of the mouth so won't get broken down in the digestive tract. That is why it can raise your GSH (reduced glutathione) by 200% in a couple of weeks. Because glutathione is so critical, I don't like to leave this to chance so I use the patches a couple times per week, take NAC two times a day and suck on two of the Clinical Glutathione a day too. If I had to choose only one, I would probably go with the Clinical Glutathione.
Customer Service
on October 14, 2014

Christina Dragone
from Ferndale mi asked:
October 14, 2014
Hi Dr. Dan I spoke with you last month and ordered the NAC, N-acetyl L-cysteine for glutathione. Do you prefer that to these Clinical Glutathione 60T??? I'm 61, healthy, but my glut. Levels were very low and also use the patches sometimes. Thank you, Christina Dragone 248-548-0006
1 Answers
With new information comes new recommendations. NAC, of course is the precursor to glutathione and can help raise levels if your body had the ability to make it. EuroMedica Clinical Glutathione is absorbed in the lining of the mouth so won't get broken down in the digestive tract. That is why it can raise your GSH (reduced glutathione) by 200% in a couple of weeks. Because glutathione is so critical, I don't like to leave this to chance so I use the patches a couple times per week, take NAC two times a day and suck on two of the Clinical Glutathione a day too. If I had to choose only one, I would probably go with the Clinical Glutathione.
Dr. Dan
on October 14, 2014

Product Reviews

5.0
2 Reviews
5
100% (2)
4
0% (0)
3
0% (0)
2
0% (0)
1
0% (0)
100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
By Eunice
Jacksonville, Florida
October 5, 2017
Easy and Convenient
Pop it and tuck it under your tongue. Taste is palatable.
By Diane
Redmond, OR
September 26, 2017
Easy to Use!
Great product! I tried the cream as well and prefer the Slow Melt.
need help?
X
1.877.465.0844
Have Questions?
Free Shipping
Consultations
over 40 years