DANDELION has several powerful names associated with it in Estonian folk medicine. Dandelion helps to cleanse the body, tone the liver and stimulate digestion, providing excellent metabolism.
Dandelion has been appreciated since ancient times due to its amazing
health-promoting effect. The botanical name “Taraxacum officinale” is
derived from Greek and means “Heals Inflammation”. In Estonian folk
medicine, dandelion has also been called “Lifeblood”, since it cleanses
the body from waste products and negative energies. Due to its cleansing
effect, dandelion is also called “Blood Purifier”, “Liver repairer”,
and “Fatigue Precursor”.
- detoxifies the body,
- tones the liver,
- stimulates digestion,
- normalises metabolism.
The bitter and root substances of dandelion are extremely beneficial for the body, as they help food digestion by stimulating the activity of the stomach and digestive glands. Dandelion is richer in nutrients than any vegetable. For example, it contains various acids, sugars (e.g. inulin), minerals such as iron, zinc, boron, calcium, silicon, especially potassium, and vitamins A, B, C, and D that are required by the body. The roots contain many beneficial substances that strengthen the body, such as 10% glycoside taraxacin, up to 15% protein substances, inulin, bitter substances, unsaturated acids.
|RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE||2 capsules |
|Common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) root extract 4:1||500mg|
|Common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)||500mg|
|Vegetable capsule (glazing agent – pullulan)|
DIRECTIONS: 2 capsules a day with food, according to the recommendation of a therapist or a doctor. Take with water.
PRODUCT QUANTITY: 90 vegetable capsules, 500 mg capsules, net weight of 45g.
RECOMMENDED ADMINISTRATION PERIOD: in courses.
WARNING: Do not use food supplements as a replacement for a balanced diet!
|Info||STORAGE: Store in a dry place, not above 22 °C, and protected from direct sunlight. NET QUANTITY: 90 herbal capsules, net weight 50 g. BEST BEFORE DATE: See package. Keep out of reach of children|