PlasmaFlo® of Cerule

PlasmaFlo® is a proprietary blend of proteolytic and fibrinolytic enzymes, concentrated plant extracts and potent antioxidants. Formulated to support the integrity of capillaries and improve the flowing properties of blood, PlasmaFlo® helps the delivery of vital nutrients, oxygen and stem cells throughout the entire body for optimum health.*

PlasmaFlo® supports 3 vital vascular components:

1. Vascular flow – PlasmaFlo® provides enzyme nutrition to support the digestion of fibrin mesh in the bloodstream to improve circulation in capillaries.*

2. Vascular integrity – PlasmaFlo® contains plant extracts that effectively support the integrity of capillary health.*

3. Vascular health – PlasmaFlo® contains antioxidants to provide optimum nutrition to help prevent the formation of fibrin and combat oxidative stress and vascular inflammation.*

What does PlasmaFlo® do?

Formulated to support the integrity of capillaries and improve the flowing properties of blood, PlasmaFlo® helps the delivery of vital nutrients, oxygen and stem cells throughout the entire body for optimum health.*

How does PlasmaFlo® support health?

Supports the integrity of blood vessels and capillaries* Supports healthy blood flow* Helps assist the body with reducing oxidative stress in the blood* Helps support the circulation of stem cells*

Can PlasmaFlo® be consumed with other Cerule® products and other nutrients?

Yes, the Cerule products can be consumed together and were designed to enhance the beneficial effects of each other. We know of no known concerning interaction between the Cerule products and other nutritional supplements. For a full list of PlasmaFlo® Q&As, go to Cerule Back Office or ask the IBO that provided this Product Fact Page for assistance.

PlasmaFlo – Supports optimal blood flow and capillary health.


To obtain the optimum benefit from the enzymes it is recommended to take 2 capsules daily 30 minutes before or 2 hours after a meal. For adult consumption.


No dairy, wheat, gluten, peanut, soy or corn allergens No artificial flavors or colors 100% vegetarian and vegetable capsules Non-GMO Pregnancy and nursing are considered special conditions. We recommend that your attending doctor(s) be made aware of any and all supplements consumed during this time. At this time, we do not advise PlasmaFlo® consumption during pregnancy. If you have any health condition and/or are using any medication then consult your attending health care provider before consuming any nutritional supplement.

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