Heart and Brain Health with Ubera {Review}

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of ProPharma USA for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Full PR & Disclosure here

 

Ubera, pronounced  “oo-BEAR-ah”, is a natural herbal supplement that claims to support blood flow and sharpen the mind. It’s vegan, gluten-free, yeast-free and lactose-free and made in the USA.

Check out their video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/cAs0lni2LmU

The Ubera capsules are a blend of 3 herbs: Hawthorn, Ginkgo and Kudzu…so let’s break them down and see what benefits they each have.

  1. Hawthorn – Research suggests that the Hawthorn plant might be effective in treating CHF (congestive heart failure), chest pains and irregular heartbeats. It is also used to treat low & high blood pressure, high cholesterol and hardening of the arteries.
  2. Ginkgo – Also known as Ginkgo Bilboa or the maidenhair tree, has been claimed to enhance cognitive function and has been studied as a possible treatment for dementia.
  3. Kudzu – Also known as Japanese Arrowroot, has been shown to help with migraines and cluster headaches. It’s also recommended for allergies and diarrhea.

My Review: I’ve been taking Ubera for about 2 weeks now and I do feel more focused throughout the day. I also feel a bit more energized than normal which definitely comes in handy as a fitness professional. I didn’t notice any change in my heart health, but then again, I didn’t start out with any signs of high blood pressure, shortness of breath, palpitations or chest pains.

Overall, I feel good about this product. I will continue taking the last 2 weeks and if my mental strength shows continued improvement then I’ll add it to my daily supplement regime.

If you’re interested in giving Ubera a try, make sure you ask your doctor if it’s right for you or if it will interfere with any other medication you might be taking. Click to learn more about UBERA.

Click to watch my YouTube Video Review: https://youtu.be/69qxSFSHIM8

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xo,Christina


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