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July 2023 Harvard's startling findings about mushrooms . . .

 " . . . Perhaps the more interesting properties of mushrooms are their non-nutritive plant substances - polysaccharides, indoles, polyphenols & carotenoids in which cell and animal studies have shown (to support) anti- oxidant... and (healthy effects)."

HARVARD T.H. CHAN School of Public Health

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Age Well Complete is specially formulated for mature adults and seniors.

It supports overall health with repairing, healing and maintenance. Age Well Complete contains the most powerful ingredients scientifically formulated to support the overall health needs of mature and senior adults.

Mushrooms are the Best Kept Secret.

With our blend of 4 powerful mushrooms, Ashwagandha, Turkey Tail, Reishi, Lions Mane and Chaga and two other powerful additions, Ginkgo Biloba and Maca Root make it a complete winner.

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Disclaimer: Although we offer the best natural formulas around, there are no guarantees that they will be as effective for everyone. Millions have benefited around the world but there are always exceptions.

Withania Somnifera


1. May help reduce stress and anxiety

2. Can improve some mental health conditions

3. Known to reduce blood sugar levels

4. Known to reduce inflammation

5. May improve brain function, memory & sleep

Trametes versicolor

Turkey Tail

1. Packed with antioxidants

2. Immune-boosting polysaccharopeptides

3. Known to support immunity against certain cancers

4. May enhance gut health

5. Can help with fatigue & muscle strength

Lepidium meyenii

Maca Root

1. May help with libido, sexual function

2. Known to improve mood

3. Known to improve energy

4. May help preserve cognition

5. Can help digest nutrients

deciduous gymnosperm tree

Ginkgo Biloba

1. May improve circulation and heart health

2. Can help improve brain function and well-being

3. Can support vision and eye health

4. Can treat headaches and migraines

5. Can improve asthma and COPD symptoms

Ganoderma lingzhi


1. Known to boost the immune system

2. Contains anti-cancer properties

3. May reduce fatigue

4. Can reduce depression

5. May improve heart health and blood sugar

Hericium erinaceus

Lion's Mane

1. Could protect against dementia

2. May relieve mild symptoms of depression

3. May speed nervous system recovery

4. Can protect against ulcers

5. May reduces risk of heart disease

Inonotus obliquus


1. Known to boost the Immune System and fight inflammation

2. Known to prevent and fight cancer

3. May lower blood pressure

4. Can help balance blood sugar

5. May lower cholesterol

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Age Well Complete uses the highest quality ingredients that have been known to bring major results very quickly. The blend is made up of components that have been used for over a 1000 years, cultures have benefitted for generations.


Age Well Complete is a great fit for most people as a general health, maintenance and protection supplement. Although it is good for most all adults, it is not guaranteed to help all adults. If you’re not happy with the product, you are covered by our money back guarantee.


Take Age Well Complete after a meal. We recommend starting the first 3 days with 1 capsule to make sure it "feels" right. After this for a complete month take 2-4 capsules per day. Do not exceed 4 capsules per day.


As effective as Age Well Complete is for many, it may not be for all. This is why we give a 60 day, no questions asked guarantee. We also want to make it easy for you to purchase with a guarantee that if it is not effective your money will be refunded.


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