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Silymarin Artichoke capsules

Food supplement with extracts of milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves, vitamin E, zinc and selenium.

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30/50 gelatin capsules

About Silymarin Artichoke capsules

Food supplement with extracts of milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves, vitamin E, zinc and selenium.

About Silymarin Artichoke capsules

Food supplement with extracts of milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves, vitamin E, zinc and selenium.

 

Milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves contribute to normal liver function.

 

Vitamin E, zinc and selenium contribute to the protection of cells from oxidative stress.

 

The package contains 30/50 capsules.

Posology and intended use

Silymarin Artichoke capsules contain milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves.

Posology and intended use

Silymarin Artichoke capsules contain milk thistle fruits and artichoke leaves. They are designed for all people and contribute to liver health.

 

The product contains antioxidants – to protect the body’s cells as well as to protect liver cells from possible damage caused by exposure to free radicals.

 

The product is especially recommended for men and the elderly.

Instructions for use

Take 1 capsule a day.

Milk thistle

Milk thistle fruit contributes to normal liver function.

 

Milk thistle has been used for more than 2000 years. Native to the Mediterranean, milk thistle is cultivated around the world.

 

Its most famous active substance is silymarin, with the concentration of up to 3% in the fruit.

 

Silymarin contains a mixture of 4 isomeric flavonolignans, namely silybin, isosilybin, silydianin and silychristin.

 

Most milk thistle extracts are standardized milk thistle seed preparations that contain 70-80% of silymarin.

 

Silymarin specifically binds to receptors located in the membrane of hepatocytes, and thus prevents the binding of toxic substances and their accumulation in the liver, so it acts hepatoprotective. Milk thistle also activates enzymes that degrade foreign substances in the liver and captures free radicals on cell and subcellular membranes. 

 

In addition, silymarin increases glutathione levels in the liver, and glutathione is the most important antioxidant for liver protection.

 

Milk thistle is a very safe herb and can be recommended for long-term use.

Artichoke

Just like milk thistle, artichoke is native to the Mediterranean and has been used for more than 2000 years.

 

The most important artichoke leaves contain the following active compounds: phenolic acids and their esters (cynarin), sesquiterpene lactones and flavonoids.

 

In the 20th century Italian scientists isolated cynarin, the main active ingredient of artichoke leaves.

Contains: The recommended daily dose
1 capsule % NRV*
Dry standardized extract of milk thistle fruit (Silybum marianum) 175 mg -
containing silymarin 140 mg
Dry artichoke leaf extract (Cynara scolymus) with at least of 2% cynarin 100 mg -
Vitamin E (D-alpha-tocopherol) 15 mg α-TE 125
Zinc (zinc oxide) 7,5 mg 75
Selenium (sodium selenite) 25 μg 45

* NRV = nutrient reference value

Ingredients:
Soybean oil; gelatine; dry standardized extract of milk thistle fruit; dry artichoke leaf extract; humectant: glycerol; soybean oil, partially hydrogenated; soybean oil, fully hydrogenated; D-alpha-tocopherol; emulsifier: soybean lecithins; zinc oxide; sodium selenite; colours: titanium dioxide, chlorophyllin copper complexes and iron oxides and hydroxides.

Milk thistle

Milk thistle fruit contributes to normal liver function.

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Artichoke

Just like milk thistle, artichoke is native to the Mediterranean and has been used for more than 2000 years.

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