White hawthorn is cardiotonic and heart protector, is also anti-anginal (coronary dilator effect), antiarrhythmic, and hypnotic. The Tila, Melisa and Passionflower are hypnotic and sedative, exert a calming effect on the respiratory mucosa, inhibiting the cough reflex.
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Ingredients: White hawthorn is (Crataegus monogyna Jacq.) (2% flavonoids) (80 mg), Tila, is (Tilia cordata Mill) (60 mg), Passion Flower, e.s. (Passiflora incarnata L.) (2% flavonoids) (70 mg), Rosemary, is (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) (6% rosmarinic acid) (70 mg), Poppy, is (Papaver rhoeas L.) (papaverine 0.16%) (35 mg), Melissa, is (Melissa officinalis L.) (2.5% rosmarinic acid) (70 mg), Sage, is (Salvia officinalis L.) (2.7% rosmarinic acid) (70 mg), brown rice hydrolyzate (25 mg.) And magnesium stearate (anticaking) (4 mg). Vegetable gelatin (envelope) (96 mg).
Nutritional analysis per capsule: Protein 95 mg. - Carbohydrates 361.7 mg. - 4.06 mg Fats. - Energy value (kcal / kJ) 1.86 / 7.79.
The white hawthorn bushes or trees are 1.5 to 4 m high, the family Rosaceae. Its active components are flavonoids. The Tila is a large tree up to 25 m high Tiliaceae family, the parts used are the inflorescences. Its active ingredients are flavonoids. Passionflower is a climbing plant up to 10m, the family Passifloraceae. The part used is the air sumidad. Rosemary is a branched subshrub from the Lamiaceae family. The parts used are the leaves and flowering tops. Poppy is a herbaceous plant of the family Papaveraceae. The parts used are the petals and seeds. The Melissa or Lemon Balm is a plant family Lamiaceae. The parts used are leaves and sumidad air. Salvia is a shrub of the Lamiaceae family. The parts used are the leaves and flowering tops. White hawthorn is cardiotonic and heart protector, is also anti-anginal (coronary dilator effect), antiarrhythmic (it was found that hawthorn blocks potassium channels, prolonging the duration of the cardiac action potential) and hypnotic. The Tila, Melisa and Passionflower are hypnotic and sedative plants, plus the Tila has a calming effect on the respiratory mucosa, inhibiting the cough reflex, cough suppressant and antispasmodic effect. Rosemary and Sage produce relaxation of smooth muscle (antispasmodic), carminative and digestive effect. Poppy, for its mucilage content exerts an antitussive, and emphasizes its hypnotic effect.
Recommended dosage: 1 capsule per day. Employment: Take 1 capsule at lunch.
Caution: It is recommended that treatment is of at least 6 weeks. It is recommended to provide adequate fluid intake (up to 2 liters daily). Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet, variety and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children.