In order to quickly explain the difference between these two types of extracts of medicinal fresh plants , we will first see the SIPF method, to then highlight the 2 final and original steps of the EPS process: leaching where the alcohol is added to the mixture of cryomilled plant, gradually increasing the alcoholic degree and the addition of glycerin , after evaporation of the alcohol and dosage of the tracer, the last operation consists in adding glycerin of vegetable origin to guarantee product standardization. The SIPF process The SIPF process is a manufacturing process which has the particularity of conserving all of the constituents as they were in the native state in the fresh...See article
Phytostandard CASSIS BIO 20 GEL Pileje EPS
Phytostandard Cassis Pileje Pileje, after blackcurrant extracts, participates in joint comfort.
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Phytostandard CASSIS BIO 20 GEL Pileje EPS
The Phytostandards Pileje are dietary supplements from a range of standardized herbal extracts, freeze-dried, certified organic.
Blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.) used by Pileje is grown in organic agriculture, respecting the environment. The blackcurrant leaves are frozen after harvest so that the assets are safeguarded.
Then involved crushing and extraction of assets by Phytostandard ® patented process, known for its respect for the integrity of assets and useful principles of the plant.
The plant extract is then obtained without alcohol. It is then freeze-dried, that is to say cold-dried, to be in vegetable capsule.
Properties EPS Phytostandard Cassis
- Anti-inflammatory (1)
- Chondroprotective (2)
1 Garbacki N et al. Inhibitory effects of proanthocyanidins from Ribes nigrum leaves on carrageenan induced acute inflammatory reactions in rats. BMC Pharmacol. ; 21 October 2004, 4 (1): 25
2 Witchl Mr. Anton R. and therapeutic plants: tradition officinale practice, science and therapeutics. Editions Tec & Doc; 1999
- Respiratory Allergy, Asthma, Viral Infections ORL, recurrent lung in children
- Fatigue, recovery, recovery
- Chronic osteoarthritis, cartilage protection, Demineralization
- Hyperuricemia, Prevention of kidney stones
- Functional Hypothyroidism
Use of EPS Phytostandard Cassis advice
To take out meals, 1-2 capsules per day Phytostandard Cassis.
At repeat as needed.
Composition of the EPS Phytostandard Cassis
Fiber organic acacia extract, blackcurrant Ribes nigrum L. (leaves) organic (support: organic acacia fiber), vegetable capsule, anti-caking agents: organic rapeseed oil, dioxide silicium.Famille Grossulariaceae or Saxifragaceae
Origin: Central and Eastern Europe - Northern Asia - North-East of France
The blackcurrant is both modern and ancient plant, whose knowledge of the medicinal properties was transmitted from generation to generation. In France, the medicinal benefits of black currant were put forward in the 16th century in the book "The venerie" of Jacques du Fouilloux recognizing him the power to heal viper bites. He was then described the 18th century as a cure for all ills in "The wonderful properties of blackcurrant", written by Father Bailly Montaran. We said "restorative, tonic, appetizer, diuretic and clean away the stone."
Precautions EPS Phytostandard Cassis
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.
EPS or Standardized Extract fresh plants are obtained by "Phytostandard" extraction process that respects the integrity and completeness of the active principles present in the plant.
We suggest you prepare your EPS mixtures , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath.
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