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Ablene Supplement Facts

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Learn more about the ingredients in Ablene.


Ablene Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 3 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30

Per Serving
Daily Value

Vitamin A (Acetate) 10,000 IU 200%

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) 75 mg 125%

Vitamin D3 200 IU 50%

Vitamin E (dL Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate) 100 IU 333%

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin Mononitrate) 12.5 mg 833%

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 12.5 mg 735%

Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) 50 mg 250%

Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL) 12.5 mg 625%

Folic Acid 400 mcg 100%

Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) 200 mcg 3333%

Biotin 10 mcg 3.3%

Vitamin B5 (D-Calcium Pantothenate) 25 mg 250%

Iron (Sulfate, Fumarate) 25.01 mg 139%

Iodine (Kelp) 65 mcg 43%

Magnesium (Oxide, Gluconate) 3.601 mg 0.9%

Zinc (Sulfate) 30 mg 200%

Copper (Gluconate) 13 mg 6.5%

Manganese (Gluconate, Sulfate) 3 mg 150%



Para-Aminobenzoic Acid 12 mg *

Citrus Bioflavanoids 12.5 mg *

Rutin 12.5 mg *

Betain HCI (Betaine HCL) 12.5 mg *

Hesperidin 2.5 mg *

Huperzine A Extract 0.5 mg *

Choline (Bitartrate) 0.08 mg *

Inositol 0.13 mg *

L-Glutamine 1000 mg *

Cat's Claw (bark) Uncaria Tomentosa 200 mg *

Licorice (root) Glycyrrhiza Glabra 100 mg *

Olive Extract (leaf) Alea Europea 50 mg *

Other Ingredients: Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.
*Daily Value Not Established

Daily Dosage: Take Ablene twice daily, two capsules should be taken one hour before breakfast with a glass of water and one capsule should be taken 1 hour before dinner with a glass of water. If you get an upset stomach, take immediately following meals. 

Ablene Research:

Vitamin A- Vitamin A plays an essential role in the growth and repair of the cells lining the gastrointestinal tract. Numerous studies have shown that those with digestive issues are deficient in Vitamin A (1,2,3).

Vitamin C- A powerful antioxidant that supports the healing process.

Vitamin D3- Supplementation can help improve the appearance of your skin. Helps to regulate the absorption of calcium.

Vitamin E- By supplementing this into your diet, free radical damage may be limited.

Vitamin B1- Supports nerve and tissue function and may be helpful for converting blood sugar to energy for the cells.

Vitamin B2- An antioxidant that helps metabolize fatty and amino acids. It can provide protection for and help maintain health of the eyes.

Vitamin B3- Instrumental tool for producing very important co-enzymes which aid in over 200 chemical reactions in the body.

Vitamin B6- Vitamin B6 deficiencies are one of the most common nutritional deficiencies. Supplementation can help metabolize MSG's, be helpful for healthy joints, and improve cognitive functions.

Folic Acid- Low levels of folic acid are found in many people with uncomfortable digestive symptoms (9, 10). This condition responds well to folic acid supplementation.

Vitamin B12- Some people with uncomfortable digestive tract symptoms may also have difficulty absorbing vitamin B12. (13, 14) Supplementation has been shown to help.

Biotin- Plays a vital role in the production of energy by metabolizing carbohydrates and fats.

Vitamin B5- Is present in all cells and has a metabolic role in the productions of hormones and neurotransmitters.

Iron- Essential for the transportation of oxygen through the body via red blood cells. Helps with the production of new cells, amino acids, neurotransmitters, and hormones.

Iodine- Promotes the proper functions of the thyroid gland- which leads to normal metabolism, oxygen consumption, and energy production.

Magnesium & Zinc- Zinc & magnesium deficiencies are commonly found with those experiencing uncomfortable digestive tract symptoms (6, 7). Adding zinc and magnesium to your diet can correct associated skin and vision symptoms (8).

Copper- Low levels of zinc found in many with uncomfortable digestive tract symptoms can lead to low levels of copper. Supplementing copper back into your diet can be helpful.

Manganese- Is involved in the metabolism of protein, energy, and fats. It is primarily used as an antioxidant and can be an essential part of biochemical reactions that affect bone, cartilage, and brain function.

Para-Aminobenzoic Acid- An amino acid that is sometimes referred to as vitamin Bx, although it is not a vitamin. Promotes healthy red blood cells and overall wellness.

Citrus Bioflavanoids- A powerful antioxidant that has anti-allergy properties.

Rutin- Helps in strengthening the capillaries and regulating their permeability.

Betain HCI- A form of hydrochloride acid that is derived from beets. Is commonly used as a digestive enzyme because it can help your body absorb nutrients.

Hesperidin- Can help reduce tissue damage.

Huperzine A Extract- Is synergistic with other ingredients in Ablene.

Choline- Is synergistic with other ingredients in Ablene.

Inositol- Is synergistic with other ingredients in Ablene.

L-Glutamine- An abundant amino acid that has been shown to protect the intestines. It is helpful for reducing tissue damage, which can aid in the fight against food sensitivities. 

Cat's Claw- Commonly used to reduce tissue damage and soothe irritated tissues while eliminating harmful bacteria and viral invaders from the gastrointestinal tract. Has also been shown to boost the immune system. (16)

Licorice- Protects the liver from certain damaging chemicals due its antioxidant properties.

Olive Extract- Helps fight off viral and bacterial invaders in the intestines.




1 Rumi G, Jr, et al. Decrease of serum carotenoids. J Physiol Paris. Mar2000;94(2):159-61. 

2 Schoelmeirch J, et al. Zinc and vitamin A deficiency is correlated with activity but not with localization or extent of. Hepatogastroenterology. Feb1985;32(1):34-8. 

3 Main AN, et al. Vitamin A deficiency. Gut. Dec1983;24(12):1169-75. 

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