Drainage of body fluids
Food supplement containing organically grown Polyporus umbellatus (IT BIO 006) – Made in Europe.
Polyporus is a mushroom with specific tropism for the lymphatic system, therefore useful in the treatment of lymphatic stasis or lymphedema. Clinical studies have confirmed its diuretic action (anti-aldosterone effect), eliminating sodium without side effects, as it does not cause loss of potassium. Micotherapy Polyporus is also useful in case of cellulite, lymphatic stasis, genitourinary infections, support for skin, hair and nails, and intravesical instillations in bladder cancer.
Traditionally used for its diuretic action, Polyporus umbellatus is a natural remedy to treat edema, acute nephritis, useful to treat of urological diseases, in improving the structure of the epidermis and in the relaxation of muscle tissue. Used to optimize the functions of the lymphatic system and eliminate toxins, improves water retention, cellulite and helps regulate blood pressure, when the rise is mediated from an increase in aldosterone and fluid retention. Unlike pharmacological diuretics, it allows the elimination of sodium and chlorine while retaining potassium.
- Organically grown Polyporus umbellatus sporophorum (IT BIO 006)
3 capsules per day, preferably away from meals.
pack containing 90 capsules
vegetable cellulose capsules
ICEA Organic certified product
Made in Europe
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Polyporus umbellatus sporophorum
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