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Phytostandard CYPRESS ECHYNACEA 30 Pileje tablets. This combination of medicinal plants helps strengthen the body's natural defenses against infectious diseases.
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Phytostandard Cypress Echinacea 30 tablets Pileje
Phytostandards are extracts produced from selected medicinal plants whose origin is traced.
They are obtained using a process patented by the Pileje laboratory which respects the integrity of the plant. These natural extracts are standardized and ensure a constant and stable content of active ingredients used in herbal medicine.
Properties of Phytostandard cypress-echinacea EPS
Echinacea is a perennial plant native to North America whose roots are traditionally used. Its composition of alkylamides and polysaccharides is responsible for its activity.
The cypress is a tree originating from around the Aegean Sea whose inflorescences are known for their richness in proanthocyanidins .
It has been demonstrated in many studies (IESV brochure - Amouroux P. et al, Phytotherapy research, 1998, 12: 367-368) that proanthocyanidins exhibit antiviral activity through two actions:
- By inhibiting the adhesion of the viruses to the host cell, they thus limit the replication of the virus.
- By rapidly decreasing the viral load, they induce virus lysis.
This food supplement is very useful to protect you effectively and naturally against the various winter pathologies, particularly viral infections transmitted easily during the cold season. Indeed, during these periods, viruses spread more easily and quickly in confined environments. Sneezing and coughing allow viruses to enter the human or animal body through the lungs.
Tips for using Phytostandard cypress-echinacea
In prevention: 2 tablets per day, 4 days per week for 1 month.
As soon as the first signs appear: 6 to 8 tablets per day for 5 days.
Flu syndrome: 8 per day for 5 days
Precautions for use
This Pileje dietary supplement cannot replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Excessive consumption of this combination of cypress herbal medicine with echinacea can have laxative effects, this being due to the presence in the composition of a particular excipient. To be consumed preferably before end and batch number mentioned on the underside of the case. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Composition of Phytostandard cypress-echinacea
The dietary supplement from the Pileje laboratory contains natural extracts of medicinal plants from cypress and echinacea Phytostandard.
Ingredients: Extract of cypress ( Cupressus sempervirens L. , nuts) and echinacea ( Echinacea purpurea L. , root) (carrier: acacia fibre), bulking agents: magnesium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate and croscarmellose sodium, starch corn, anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate.
Nutritional analysis Minimum value for 8 tablets Cypress extract (nut) 1096 mg Echinacea extract (root) 296 mg
The EPS or Standardized Fresh Plant Extract are obtained by the " Phytostandard " extraction process which respects the integrity and completeness of the active ingredients present in the plant.
We suggest that you prepare your EPS mixtures , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath .
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