EFG PhytoFrance CURCUMA 125ml

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EFG PhytoFrance CURCUMA 125ml reconditioned
Dietary supplement containing extract fluid TURMERIC (Standardized and stabilized)

Contributes to the functioning digestive

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EFG PhytoFrance CURCUMA 125ml reconditioned

Food supplement based on fluid extract of Curcuma (Standardized and stabilized) Alcohol
The EFG are fluid extracts, produced from selected plants whose origin is traced.
They are obtained by a patented process that respects the integrity of the plant. These extracts are standardized and provide a constant and stable level of active principles.

Properties EFG PhytoFrance Curcuma

- Antioxidant (1)
- Anti-inflammatory (2)
- Hepatoprotective (3)

1 Soudamini KK et al. Inhibition of lipid peroxidation and cholesterol levels in mice by curcumin.Indian J.Physiol.; 36 (4): 239-43
2 C. Park et al. Curcumin induces apoptosis and inhibits prostaglandin E (2) generation in synovial fibroblasts of patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Int J Mol Med; September 2007, 20 (3) :365-72
3 M. Nicol et al. Curcumin. Med. Nut. ; 2005; 41 (3) :135-45

Use of EFG PhytoFrance Curcuma advice

5 ml of EFG PhytoFrance TURMERIC, 1-2 times / day (dosing pipette provided in the casing)

Duration of treatment: 9-18 days. At repeat as needed.
To take out meals, diluted in a glass of water or fruit juice.
Precautions EFG PhytoFrance Curcuma

This dietary supplement can not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.
A best before end and batch number mentioned on the underside of the case.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.

Composition of the EFG PhytoFrance Curcuma

Extract Turmeric - Curcuma longa L. (Rhizome), stabilized in vegetable glycerin.

Family Zingiberaceae
Origin: India

Historical
Known for thousands of years, mainly in Asia, turmeric is used not only as a spice but also as a medicinal plant. It is a component of "curry" with coriander, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, cloves, nutmeg and ginger. One of the active molecules, curcumin, a natural yellow dye is widely used in food (mustards, cheeses, pastries).

EFG PhytoFrance or Standardized Extract fresh plants are obtained by "EFG" extraction process that respects the integrity and completeness of the active principles present in the plant.

We suggest you prepare your EFG PhytoFrance mixtures , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath.

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