Flogisen AVD Reform

Dietary supplement containing Curcuma Meriva® and Casperome® (phytosome extract of Boswellia with a high boswellic acid content).


Properties:
Thanksto the properties and high bioavailability of its natural ingredients, Flogisen improves joint function and localised tension by helping muscles and joints to counteract the inflammation that causes cellular ageing. Particularly useful for joint, muscle and tendon pain .


Properties of the ingredients:

  • Casperome® phytosome ((Boswellia serrata dry extract tit. at ≥ 25% in boswellic acids: inhibits leukotriene synthesis. It is useful for skin inflammations (psoriasis, eczema) and mucous membrane inflammations (ulcerative colitis, asthma, Crohn’s disease), and counteracts neuroinflammation. Antioxidant action
  • Meriva® phytosome (Curcuma longa dry extract tit. at 20% in curcuminoids): anti-inflammatory (arthritis, osteoarthritis), useful for the removal of AGEs and heavy metals, for liver detoxification. Antioxidant action
  • Ginger dry extract tit. at 5% in gingerols: anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory (arthritis, osteoarthritis), stimulates Phase II liver detoxification enzymes. It has an anti-nausea action and lowers blood glucose levels. Counteracts neuroinflammation, useful in cases of atherosclerosis and hypertension. Antioxidant action

Ingredients:

  • Casperome®: Boswellia phytosome (Boswellia serrata Roxb. gum resin dry extract tit. at ≥ 25% in boswellic acids, soy phospholipids)
  • Meriva®: Curcuma phytosome (Curcuma Longa L. rhizome dry extract tit. at 20% in curcuminoids; soy phospholipids)
  • Ginger dry extract (Zingiber officinale Roscoe rhizome) tit. at 5% in gingerols
  • micronised silica
  • magnesium stearate
  • vegetable capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose)

Pack:
bottle containing 40 capsules


Notes:
store in a cool, dry place


EAN code: A973731096


Average content of characterising ingredients Per daily dose (2 cps)
Casperome® (Boswellia phytosomata) 588 mg
Boswellic acid content 147 mg
Meriva® (Curcuma phospholipid) 588 mg
Curcuminoids content 117.6 mg
Ginger dry extract 196 mg
Gingerol content 9.8 mg

References:

  1. Enhanced absorption of boswellic acids by a lecithin delivery form (Phytosome®) of Boswellia extract – Jan Husch a, Janine Bohnet a, Gert Fricker b, Carsten Skarke c, Christian Artaria d, Giovanni Appendino e, Manfred Schubert-Zsilavecza, t, Mona Abdei-Tawab Nun J. 2016 .la n 5;15:1. cb i: 10.1186/s12937-015-0115-z
  2. Benefits of antioxidant su pplements for knee osteoarthritis: rationale and reality – Gmer AK1, Samson SE2.J Mol Neurosci. 2016 May;S9(1):58-67. doi: 10.1007/s12031-016-0734-7. Epub 2016 Mar 16
  3. Clinical evaluation of a form ulation containing Curcuma longa an d Boswellia serrata extracts in the management of knee osteoarthritis – KizhakkedaTh R1. Phyrorher Res. 2011 Sep; 25el:1375-80. doi: 10.1002/pn J36S. Epub 2011 Feb 24
  4. Antioxidant and Ex Vivo l m m une System Reg ulatory Properties of Boswellia serrata Extracts – Beghelli D1,1sani G2, Roncada P2, Andreani G2, Bimni 03, Ben:occhi M2, Lupidi G4, Alunno A3. Numem:s. 2016 Nov 21;8(11). pii: E745
  5. Curcumin and Boswellia serrata modulate the Glyco-Oxidative Status and Lipo-Oxidation in Master Athletes. – Chilelli NC1, Ragazzi E2, l.alem:ini R3, Cosma C4, Ferra~sso S5, Lapolla A6, San:oreG7
  6. lnhibition of lipoxygenase 1 by phosphatidylcholine micellesbou nd curcumin – Began G1, Sudharshan E, Appu Rao AG. Adv Ex p Med Biol. 2007; 595213-26
  7. Cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitors in ginger (Zingiber officinale) – Richald B. van Breemen, * Yì Tao, and Wenkui Li
  8. Ginger: an herbal medicinal product with broad anti-inflammatory actions – Grzanna R1, Lindmalk L. Frondoza CG
  9. lndividually and Combined Water-Based Exercise With Ginger Supplement on Systemiclnflammationand Metabolic Syndrome lndices, Among the Obese Women With Breast Neoplasms – Karimi N1, Dabidi lbshan V1, FaThi Bayariyani Z1.Thromb Res. 2001 Sep 1;103(5):387-97
  10. Ginger prevents Th2-mediated immune responses in a mouse mode l of airway inflammation. Ahui ML 1, Champy P, Ramadan A, Pham Van L. A~aujo L. Brou André K. Diem s. Damorre D,Kati- Coulibaly s. Offoumou MA, Dy M,Thieblemom N. HerbelinA
  11. Ginger and Zingerone Amelio rate Lipopolysaccharide-lnduced Acute System ic lnflammationin Mice, Assessed by Nuclear Factor-K B Biolum inescent lmag ing. Hslang CY1, Cheng HM2, Lo HY3, Li CC4, Chou PC2, Lee YC5, Ho TY3,6. NuTriTi:> n. 2015 May;31 (5):703-7. doi: 10.1016/j.nur2014.11.020. Epub 2014 Dee 20. J Nar Prod. 2009 May 22;72(5):950-3. doi: 10.1021/np800555y
  12. Efficacy and tolerability of ginger (Zingiber officinale) in patients of osteoarthritis of knee. – Paramdeep G. Celi Biochem Funcr. 2014 Jan; 32(1):106-14. doi: 10.1002/cbf.2979. Epub 2013 May 15
  13. Curcumin suppression of cytokine release an d cytokine storm. A potential therapy for patients with Ebola and other severe viral infections – Soldilb PP1, Helson L2. J Celi Bi:>chem. 2012 ec;113(12):36S3-62. cb i: 10.1 002/jcb.24238
  14. Curcum induces apoptosis and inhibits prostaglandin E(2) production in synovial fibroblasts of patients with rheumatoid arthritis – ParkC1, Moon DO,Choi IW,Choi BT, NamT J, RhuCH, Kwon TK LeeWH, KimGY,ChoiYH.Im lmmunopharmacol. 2016 May24; 38:1-7. doi: 10.1016/j.im:imp2016.05.015. [Epub ahead of print]