Micotherapy Auricularia

Protezione dei vasi sanguigni

Integratore alimentare a base di Auricularia (Auricularia auricula Judae) da coltivazione biologica (IT BIO 006) – Made in Europe.

Proprietà:
Ricca in polisaccaridi, glicoproteine, aminoacidi, precursori della vitamina D, vitamine B1, B2 e B3, beta-carotene, potassio, magnesio calcio, ferro e rame, l’Auricularia viene tradizionalmente utilizzata per potenziare e sostenere il sistema immunitario e per contrastare stanchezza e carenza di energia.

Grazie all’elevato contenuto di melanina, che in questo fungo arriva fino al 30% (riferito al peso secco del fungo), l’Auricularia è uno dei funghi a più elevato valore antiossidante. La sua azione si esplica sul sistema cardiovascolare, in particolare sulla circolazione venosa periferica ed è quindi particolarmente indicato per la stasi venosa, le emorroidi e l’insufficienza venosa periferica. Grazie agli effetti di vasodilatazione favorisce la regolazione della pressione sanguigna. La presenza di polisaccaridi insolubili e mucillagini, con azione prebiotica e regolarizzante del transito intestinale, lo rendono utile in caso di sindrome metabolica

Ingredienti:

  • Auricularia auricula Judae sporophorum da agricoltura biologica (IT BIO 006)

Modalità d’uso:
3 capsule al giorno preferibilmente lontano dai pasti


Formato:
confezione da 90 capsule


Note:
SENZA GLUTINE 


no OGM


Ingredienti da agricoltura biologica – Made in Europe


Inserito nel registro degli integratori: codice 84613


Codice Paraf: A970436123


TENORE MEDIO DEGLI INGREDIENTI CARATTERIZZANTI PER DOSE GIORNALIERA (3 CPS)
Auricularia auricula sporophorum 1500 mg

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