Micotherapy Polyporus

Integratore alimentare a base di Polyporus umbellatus da coltivazione biologica (IT BIO 006) – Made in Europe.


Proprietà:
Tradizionalmente utilizzato come rimedio ad azione diuretica, il Polyporus umbellatus esplica la sua azione soprattutto in presenza di ritenzione idrica, edemi e difficoltà nella minzione. A differenza dei diuretici farmacologici tuttavia, permette l’eliminazione del sodio e del cloro ma mantiene il potassio.


Finalità Salutistiche:
Il Polyporus è un fungo con tropismo specifico per il sistema linfatico pertanto risulta utile ogni qualvolta vi sia stasi linfatica o presenza di linfedemi. Studi clinici hanno confermato la sua azione diuretica (effetto anti-aldosteronico) senza effetti collaterali, poiché non comporta la perdita di potassio.


Ingredienti:

  • Polyporus umbellatus sporophorum, da agricoltura biologica (IT BIO 006)
  • Capsula in cellulosa vegetale

Modalità d’uso:
3 capsule al giorno preferibilmente prima dei pasti


Formato:
confezione da 90 capsule


Note:

SENZA GLUTINE

no OGM

Ingredienti da agricoltura biologica – Made in Europe


Inserito nel registro degli integratori: codice 84612


codice Paraf: A970430361


TENORE MEDIO DEGLI INGREDIENTI CARATTERIZZANTI PER DOSE GIORNALIERA (3 CPS)
Polyporus umbellatus sporophorum 1500 mg

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