VertiGone
VertiGone
VertiGone

VertiGone

4.8
Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
4.8 Stars (234 Reviews)

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Helps Manage Dizziness*
Supports Inner Ear Function*
Supports Feelings of Steadiness*

A natural herbal blend designed to help manage dizziness.*

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    "I feel so much steadier since I’ve been taking Vertigone”

    Van A.

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    Conquer Your Dizziness With Vertigone
    Crafted with the wisdom of Ancient Eastern Herbalism, Vertigone is a natural herbal blend designed to support relief of dizziness, so you can feel your best. Our proprietary formula supports the optimization of inner ear function, helping to restore your sense of balance. Vertigone comes in easy to swallow capsules that are rapidly digested, so you can get ahead of the dizziness, nausea, and migraines, and feel great throughout the day.*
    natural dizziness relief*
    Black Cohosh
    A member of the buttercup family, Black Cohosh is native to Asia and Siberia. Black Cohosh is a powerful herb, greatly revered within the classic text on herbal medicine "Shennong Ben Cao Jing", supporting relief of headaches while encouraging greater energy levels.*
    Licorice Root
    Known as "The Grandfather of Herbs" and the "Great Detoxifier", Licorice Root is an essential herb of Chinese Herbology and Egyptian Herbology. Licorice Root promotes elevated levels of Qi, known as the vital life force, to improve feelings of well being and vitality.*
    Panax Ginseng
    While the name Panax comes from the Greek word "Panakeia", meaning "all healing", the origins of this miraculous herb begins thousands of years ago in Shangdang, China. Panax Ginseng supports the generation of Qi and invigorates the blood, supporting feelings of vitality and sharpness of senses.*
    Phellodendron
    Of the Amur Cork Tree located in North East China, is Phellodendron, another of the top 50 fundamental herbs of Chinese Herbalism. This powerful root helps relieve dizziness.*
    Astragalus
    Native to China and Mongolia, Astragalus has been a staple in Chinese Herbalism for over 2,000 years. Its ability to help relieve nausea and improve blood flow throughout the body has earned its place as one of the top 50 fundamental herbs in all of Chinese Herbalism.*
    Pueraria
    Pueraria, one of the earliest medicinal plants in Chinese Herbalism, works with helping to relieve dizziness, and encourages healthy blood flow to the inner ear complex.*
    Dong Quai
    On the sloping, cool mountains of the Shangxi province, 6,500 feet above sea level, buds Dong Quai, a humble herb, resilient to the harsh conditions of the mountain range. Dong Quai is said to circulate and nourish the blood, supporting relief of migraines, and an elevated sense of alertness.*
    Peony
    Peony, referenced as the "The Beautiful and Delicate Medicine Plant" in Shijing, China's earliest book of poetry, has been used for millennia to help relieve spinning and swaying sensations and migraines.*
    Vitex
    As summer arrives in the coastal regions of Asia, Vitex is harvested; an emphasis is placed on picking the most fragrant of the newly ripened fruit. Those are the fruit with the highest medicinal potency. Extract from this ancient fruit is used to support relief of migraines and dizziness.*
    Conquer Your Dizziness With Vertigone

    natural dizziness relief*

    Crafted with the wisdom of Ancient Eastern Herbalism, Vertigone is a natural herbal blend designed to support relief of dizziness, so you can feel your best. Our proprietary formula supports the optimization of inner ear function, helping to restore your sense of balance. Vertigone comes in easy to swallow capsules that are rapidly digested, so you can get ahead of the dizziness, nausea, and migraines, and feel great throughout the day.*

    Astragalus
    Astragalus

    Native to China and Mongolia, Astragalus has been a staple in Chinese Herbalism for over 2,000 years. Its ability to help relieve nausea and improve blood flow throughout the body has earned its place as one of the top 50 fundamental herbs in all of Chinese Herbalism.*

    Black Cohosh
    Black Cohosh

    A member of the buttercup family, Black Cohosh is native to Asia and Siberia. Black Cohosh is a powerful herb, greatly revered within the classic text on herbal medicine "Shennong Ben Cao Jing", supporting relief of headaches while encouraging greater energy levels.*

    Pueraria
    Pueraria

    Pueraria, one of the earliest medicinal plants in Chinese Herbalism, works with helping to relieve dizziness, and encourages healthy blood flow to the inner ear complex.*

    Licorice Root
    Licorice Root

    Known as "The Grandfather of Herbs" and the "Great Detoxifier", Licorice Root is an essential herb of Chinese Herbology and Egyptian Herbology. Licorice Root promotes elevated levels of Qi, known as the vital life force, to improve feelings of well being and vitality.*

    Dong Quai
    Dong Quai

    On the sloping, cool mountains of the Shangxi province, 6,500 feet above sea level, buds Dong Quai, a humble herb, resilient to the harsh conditions of the mountain range. Dong Quai is said to circulate and nourish the blood, supporting relief of migraines, and an elevated sense of alertness.*

    Panax Ginseng
    Panax Ginseng

    While the name Panax comes from the Greek word "Panakeia", meaning "all healing", the origins of this miraculous herb begins thousands of years ago in Shangdang, China. Panax Ginseng supports the generation of Qi and invigorates the blood, supporting feelings of vitality and sharpness of senses.*

    Peony
    Peony

    Peony, referenced as the "The Beautiful and Delicate Medicine Plant" in Shijing, China's earliest book of poetry, has been used for millennia to help relieve spinning and swaying sensations and migraines.*

    Phellodendron
    Phellodendron

    Of the Amur Cork Tree located in North East China, is Phellodendron, another of the top 50 fundamental herbs of Chinese Herbalism. This powerful root helps relieve dizziness.*

    Vitex
    Vitex

    As summer arrives in the coastal regions of Asia, Vitex is harvested; an emphasis is placed on picking the most fragrant of the newly ripened fruit. Those are the fruit with the highest medicinal potency. Extract from this ancient fruit is used to support relief of migraines and dizziness.*

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    Humanx undergoes rigorous third-party testing because we value complete trans parency and you can feel confident you know exactly what you're getting

    Evidence Based Ingredients

    Our ingredients are extensively studied with the world's leading scientists publishing their peer reviewed finding in the National Center of Biotechnical Information

    A New Standard in Supplements

    Impeccable Manufacturing Standards

    Every Humanx supplement is manufactured in a CGMP certified facility, this means every supplement: Meets

    • FDA quality standards
    • Contains premium quality ingredients
    • Crafted with exceptional processing methods

    Third Party Testing

    Humanx undergoes rigorous third-party testing because we value complete trans parency and you can feel confident you know exactly what you're getting

    Evidence Based Ingredients

    Our ingredients are extensively studied with the world's leading scientists publishing their peer reviewed finding in the National Center of Biotechnical Information


    4.8
    Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    • Cherie S.
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      3 months ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      The best!

      Amazing - I recommend to everyone - it worked quickly with no issues

    • Bill G.
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      4 months ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Miracle

      It was something that helped my wife, thank you

    • R. D.
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      4 months ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Does the job

      Does the job

    • Morgan
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      4 months ago
      Rated 5 out of 5 stars
      Excellent

      Very good works

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