Ingredients in Virasyl® are scientifically validated through over 10 years of university and clinical research at the following institutions: Banaras University, India; Central University, Cuba; Mercer University School of Pharmacy; Texas A&M University; University of Wisconsin; North Carolina University; and Virginia Scientific Research Inc.


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