Cardio Tone


Provide your body the help it needs, to be the best that it can be.


Cardio tone is a professionally used formulation created to boost the performance of your heart, by making it more elastic. Created with synergistic herbs that clear blockages within blood vessels that can create high blood pressure and hypertension. With increased blood flow, a balanced your immune system creates improvement to overall functions of your vital organs such as your kidneys and liver.



Organic or Wild Crafted | Vegan | Non GMO | Gluten Free

Instructions: 1-2 Capsules Daily


Additional Information



An extremely powerful component of Natto, a traditional Japanese food of fermented soybean, that has been studied to have profound effects against cardiovascular disease.  Specifically shown to be a potent thrombolytic (blocker of blood clot formation). Along with other factors that cause hypertension in the heart, Nattokinase has been shown to have anti-atherosclerotic (plaquing in arteries) and lipid-lowering (Fat accumulation in blood) capabilities.  These effects have shown to lower blood pressure. Another parallel shown to be a strong antiplatelet / anticoagulant which can be a promising alternative to those using low dose aspirin daily.  Cardiovascular health is closely linked to brain health.  There is a strong causal association between CVD risk factors with the incidence of cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s Disease.  The neuroprotective data suggested that the neuroprotective effect of NK was due to its proteolytic, anti-inflammatory, and antiapoptotic effects.  (1)


Pycnogenol or Pinus pinaster bark extract, is an antioxidant that has considerable effects against free radical-scavenging reactive oxygen and nitrogen species.  P. pinaster bark extract (PBE) contains polyphenolic compounds capable of producing diverse potentially protective effects against chronic and degenerative diseases. This herbal medication has been reported to have cardiovascular benefits, such as vasorelaxant activity, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibiting activity, and the ability to enhance the microcirculation by increasing capillary permeability.  “A.k.a., “Better blood flow.”  Moreover, effects on the immune system and modulation of nitrogen monoxide metabolism have been reported. Current developments in green tea extracts and vascular health, focusing specifically on the role of tea catechins in the prevention of various vascular diseases and the underlying mechanisms for these actions.(2)  Which brings us to…


Sourced from the purest forms available, Green tea extracts have clinical and experimental studies establishing a positive correlation between green tea consumption and cardiovascular health. Catechins, the major polyphenolic compounds in green tea, exert vascular protective effects through multiple mechanisms, including antioxidative, anti-hypertensive, anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, anti-thrombogenic, and lipid lowering effects. (3)


Traditional native Siberian medicinal plant used as a stimulant to boost overall health and fitness, is a particularly rich source of a wide variety of phytoecdysteroids.  These phytoecdysteroids are sought after for their adaptogenic and anabolic properties.(4) Maral Root has been used in Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine to work with boost athletic performance, decrease depression based symptoms, anti-parasitic, increase cardiovascular endurance, and improve fertility and sexual function in men.


Siberian ginseng is derived from a perennial plant primarily found in Northern Asia. Although it is not a species of ginseng, it is thought to have comparable activities. Siberian ginseng, or eleuthero, has been used traditionally as an adaptogen, performance enhancer, and immunostimulant. Active components include eleutherosides and polysaccharides.  In vitro and in vivo studies suggest that Siberian ginseng extracts have neuroprotective effects; reduce glucose levels in insulin-deficient animals; bind to estrogen, progestin, and mineralocorticoid receptors; and stimulate T-lymphocyte and natural killer cell production. Compounds from the plant have been shown to stimulate immune cells and protect the nervous system.  In studies of postmenopausal women, Siberian ginseng supplements lowered LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and improved HDL (good) cholesterol levels, reduced knee osteoarthritis pain and symptoms, and improved bone metabolism. (5)


Has been extensively employed in China to treat microcirculatory disturbances, inflammation, trauma, internal and external bleeding due to injury, and as a tonic. With the deepening of the research pharmacologically, many new functions have been discovered.  Studies have shown improvement on lifespan extension, anti-vascular aging, anti-brain aging, and anti-cancer properties. (6) Panax notoginseng saponins (PNS), which can regulate signaling pathways associated with inflammation, lipid metabolism, the coagulation system, apoptosis, angiogenesis, atherosclerosis, and myocardial ischaemia.  Panax notoginseng, a valuable herb in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) with obvious efficacy and favorable safety, shows a great promise as a novel option for CAD and is increasingly recognized clinically. (7)


Is the main bioactive component from the root of S. baicalensis. S. baicalensis has been traditionally used for the treatment of a variety of disorders since ancient times. Baicalin has shown promising benefits for the treatment of neurotoxicity-related diseases such as ischemic stroke, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease. In addition, baicalin exhibits considerable anxiolytic-like and antidepressant effects. In the mechanistic aspects, baicalin shows a strong protective activity against neurotoxicity-mediated disorders by regulating different cell signaling pathways. Baicalin has also shown antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-apoptotic, and anti-excitotoxicity properties. Interestingly, baicalin promotes neurogenesis and cell differentiation. (8)


Cordyceps includes the fungus that grows on the larvae of the caterpillar Hepialus armoricanus.  Both are contained in the product and both are consumed. Cordyceps is used for a wide range of conditions including fatigue, sexual dysfunction, coughs, and as an adaptogen or immune stimulant. (9) Its effects on renal and hepatic function and immunomodulatory-related antitumor activities have been noted in studies.(10) Cordyceps has been studied to have an effect on patients with respiratory diseases.  Growth of the pulmonary tissues through the airways along with decreased inflammation were shown in lab testing against COPD, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.(11)


A high protein source rich in vitamins B, D and E; along with a diverse mineral content and essential amino acids.  Traditional Chinese Medicine uses Black Ant extract as a Jing Tonic, which is classified to boost energy.

Protein: Black ants contain up to 67% protein content, with very low fat (10%). The fat that black and does contain is roughly 68% omega-6.

Minerals: The minerals (electrolytes) contained within are also quite rich, most notably calcium, zinc, magnesium, and chromium. As mentioned earlier, black ants contain the highest known concentration of zinc in the natural world. Zinc is necessary for a huge amount of processes within the body including blood production. Healthy blood = more oxygen carrying capacity to the muscles = better athletic performance

Carbohydrates: Ants only contain small amounts of carbohydrates, most of which are in the form of an insoluble fiber called chitin (the exoskeleton). This is a perfect compliment to the high protein as it is well agreed upon that high protein diets do very well with high fiber intake alongside.

Effects On Reproductive Health: Yes, ants help with power in the bedroom as well. The high nutritional content of zinc is also at least partly responsible here. Zinc is an essential mineral in a variety of sexual functions from spermatogenesis, to formation of an erection. Effects On The Immune System: We can also relate at least some of the positive effects ants have on the immune system to the zinc content. In terms of traditional Chinese medicine, black ant also tones the kidneys, which are considered the source of sexual energy. Chinese medicine has used ants for this purpose for a long time, and considers it bi-directional. Meaning it has the ability to both improve a poor immune system, and dial back an over productive one (as in the case of autoimmune disorders), making this an extremely valuable (and safe) tonic for the immune system. Justin Cooke, The Sunlight Experiment(12)


Is a plant species whose fruits have been well known in Eastern medicine for a long time. Chinese medicine has used the fruit to treat liver conditions, stomach disorders, and as a tonic to improve vitality. It is also used in various formulas for fatigue and sleep. Its Chinese name, wu wei zi, means five-flavored fruit, to reflect the five flavors recognized in TCM: sour, bitter, sweet, salty, and pungent. (13)


Also referred to as Reishi mushroom. An ancient herb studied all over the world and dates back over 2000 years ago.  There are a wide range of studied effects on cancer, depression, fatigue, immune system and anti inflammatory properties. Read more about Gandoderma here.


Traditionally used to treat gastric issues in Eastern medicine cultures.  Licorice root has been studied to show improvements in the liver with those individuals who had diseases affecting the liver.  Other studies have shown anti-cancer properties and DNA protective compounds present in licorice root. Licorice dosage is very important and the effects causing negative side effects have been shown in higher doses. (14)


*Sun Horse Energy formulations only use the exact amount to get the synergistic effect to boost a particular product’s capabilities without compromising the efficacy and safety. 


*Jiaogulan, *Himalayan Goji, *Acai, *Peruvian Maca, *American Ginseng, *Schinsandra Fruit, *Asian Licorice Roote, *Rhondiola Rosea, *Astragalus Root, *Reishi Mushroom, *Catuaba, *Guarana, *Ashwagandha, *Tribulus, *Epimedium