Heart Tonic

Heart Tonic

Used as a tonic to support and maintain healthy heart function.

The use of Hawthorn or, as it is more commonly known, Crataegus is shrouded in folklore and tradition. Many stories prevail about Hawthorn and its deep red fruit borne on spiky shrubs are familiar to many, particularly during the autumn.

50ml $24.00 (including Product GST)

  • Made from Hawthorn berries
  • Suitable for vegans.
  • Botanical food supplment

Benefits and features of A.Vogel Heart Tonic

  • Made from Hawthorn berries
  • Suitable for vegans.
  • Botanical food supplment
  • Free from added sugar, salt, yeast, gluten, starch, wheat, corn, nut, milk derivatives, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, colours and flavours.

Crataegus berries are edible and during World War I, Crataegus (Hawthorn) seeds were ground and used instead of coffee. In addition, Hawthorn leaves were used instead of tea and tobacco.

More crucially Hawthorn berries have been used in healthcare as far back as the 15th century and known as a tonic. Alfred Vogel relished eating Crataegus berries as a child and later learnt of their true usefulness as a tincture made from the pulp of the berries.

What is Heart Tonic

Active Ingredient

Each 732mcL dose (30 drops) contains herbal extracts equivalent to:

  • Crataegus monogyna (English hawthorn) fresh fruit 265.5mg
  • Crataegus laevigata (English hawthorn) fresh fruit 265.5mg

Contains: Ethanol

Dosage of Heart Tonic

Adults and children 12 years and over:

Take 732mcL dose (30 drops) in 50mL of water, 3 times daily, 30 minutes before meals or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.


Not recommended during pregnancy or breast feeding.
Not recommended for people taking medication prescribed by their doctor.  
Not recommended for people with allergies to Crataegus and relates species.
Crataegi in ESCOP Monograph 2nd Edition page 98-106(2003)


Always read the label. 
Use as directed. 
Keep out reach of children.
Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code 2007

If ring at the bottom of cap is missing, broken or separate do not use.
Code of Practice for the Temper Evident Packing of Therapeutic Goods 2003

Contains Ethanol (Alcohol)
Not to be used in children under two years of age without medical advice.
If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner. 
TGA mandatory warnings


WarfarinHypersensitivity reactions, Nausea, vomiting anorexia, Fatigue, sedation.
Immunosuppressant medications
Bioforce Policy

Undesirable Effects

None reported
Crataegi in ESCOP Monograph 2nd Edition page 98-106 (2003)

Hypersensitivity reactions, Nausea, vomiting anorexia, Fatigue, sedation.
Hawthown in mosby's Handbook of Herbs&Natural Supplement page 431-434(2001) by Linda Skismore Roth.

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