nature's answer dandelion root/ paardenbloem

€ 17,50

nature's answer dandelion root/ paardenbloem

€ 17,50

Natures Answer Paardenbloem extract 1:1 alcoholvrij 2000 mg

Waarom is de Paardenbloem Extract van Nature's Answer zo bijzonder?

- "Organic or Wildcrafted" (uit de wilde natuur)
- 2.000mg | 1.000mg Paardenbloem per 1ml
- Vloeibaar | zeer goede opname | wordt al opgenomen via de mondslijmvliezen
- Tinctuur zonder alcohol | GEEN tinctuur dat verdund is met alcohol!
- Meest innovatieve kruidenpreparaat in de wereld
- Bio-Chelation® koude extractie | geëxtraheerd met unieke en optimale extractiemiddel voor behoud van balans
- Advanced Botanical Fingerprint Technology™ | geauthenticeerd met botanische vingerafdruk
- Holistically Ballanced® | extract met hetzelfde balans van bestanddelen als in de plant
- gehele fytochemisch spectrum van de kruid
- GEEN Alcohol
- GEEN bindmiddelen of vulstoffen
- GEEN kunstmatige zoet-, smaak- of kleurstoffen
- GEEN synthetische conserveermiddelen
- GMO vrij
- Glutenvrij
- Kosher gecertificeerd
- meer dan 200 controlepunten in productieproces

PRIMARY USES
Liver and Gallbladder Tonic The bitter principles in dandelion have been shown to stimulate the production of bile as well as the flow of bile from the liver. These actions account for the herb’s common use in the treatment of various types of liver dysfunction such as congested liver and for preventing the formation of gallstones. PLEASE NOTE: Dandelion should not be used by people with existing gallstones unless under the monitoring of a physician. Dandelion should NOT be used in people with obstruction in the bile duct. General liver health Congested liver Gallstones (see contraindications)
Diuretic Weight Control Experimental research shows that dandelion has significant diuretic activity – one animal study suggested that it was comparably effective as the drug frusemide in this respect. Although research on humans is lacking in terms of treatment of obesity, the diuretic effect, combined with the herb’s influence on lipid digestion and metabolism, may provide a useful adjunct to weight management programmes. Fluid retention and bloating Obesity Premenstrual weight gain
Nutrient Source Carotenoids, B vitamins, vitamins C and D and various minerals (such as potassium) are faily plentiful in dandelion.
Contraindications Dandelion should not be used by people with existing gallstones unless under the monitoring of a physician. Dandelion should NOT be used in people with obstruction in the bile duct. In some people, very high doses of dandelion may cause stomach irritation. and therefore it should only be used under medical supervision in those with a history of peptic ulcers.
Interactions Dandelion should not be used in those taking ciprofloxacin, spironolactone or prescription diuretics unless on the advice and under the monitoring of a physician.