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 echinacea BIO 20 capsules PhytoPrevent is a food supplement used to wake up and stimulate the immune system , is especially effective in preventing various respiratory infections , influenza or colds .
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Phytostandard echinacea BIO 20 capsules PhytoPrevent
Echinacea has the ability to strengthen the body's immune system defenses and help prevent infections . To use in case of colds .
Phytostandards PhytoPrevent are food supplements from a range of standardized plant extracts, freeze-dried, certified organic.
Echinacea ( Echinacea purpurea L.) used by PhytoPrevent is grown in organic farming , with respect for the environment. Echinacea roots are frozen after harvest for the assets to be preserved. Next comes the grinding and the extraction of the assets according to the patented Phytostandard ® process, recognized for its respect for the integrity of the active and useful principles of the plant. The plant extract then obtained is alcohol-free. It is then lyophilized, that is to say dehydrated cold, to be put in vegetable capsule.
Properties of Phytostandard echinacea capsules BIO 20 capsules PhytoPrevent
Phytostandard echinacea BIO 20 capsules PhytoPrevent is a food supplement used to wake up and stimulate the immune system , is especially effective in preventing various respiratory infections , influenza or colds . It was very used by Native Americans.
The plant contains alkylamides , which act as a formidable natural shield, while promoting blood circulation . It also contains phenolic compounds, complex polysaccharides , as well as indolizidine alkanes , long-chain fatty acids , and a very specific essential oils . It is a medicinal plant extremely rich in natural anti-biotics .
- Anti-inflammatory (1)
- Anti-infectious (2) (Antibacterial, Antiviral, Anti-Fungal, Antiparasitic)
- Immunomodulatory activity (3)
1 RUSSAO-MARIE F., A. PELTIER, POLLA B. Inflammation. JL Eurotext, 1998.
2 ANTON R., WICHTL M. Therapeutic Plants.Ed. Tec & Doc, 2001. BEZANGER-BEAUQUESNE L., PINKAS M., TORCK M. Plants in modern therapeutics. Maloine, 1975.
3 BRUNETON J. Phytochemistry medicinal plants. Ed. Tec & Doc, 1993. DAERON M., FOUGEREAU. M., FRIDMAN WH, MILL AM, REVILLARD JP The Immune System. Inserm, Nathan, 1995.
Daily use in infectious pathology , both prevention and curative, echinacea is a major plant in the therapeutic arsenal of the doctor herbalist. It is manageable and perfectly safe whatever the age of the patient.
Advice for use and dosage
Take one to two capsules daily with a glass of water, during the meal.
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Organic acacia fiber, echinacea extract Echinacea purpurea L. (organic roots) (support: biological fiber of acacia), vegetarian capsule, anti-caking agents: organic rapeseed oil, silicon dioxide.
The fragility of its components requires an extraction process implemented in the absence of air and excluding heat and light. The various studies undertaken have demonstrated that the immunological and anti-infectious properties of echinacea are related to the activity not only of its hydrophilic parts (polysaccharides) but also lipophilic fractions, it is also necessary to underline the importance of having available a total plant extract providing both hydrophilic and lipophilic fractions of echinacea. These characteristics are obtained by double hydric and alcohol extraction carried out from fresh plant, which preserves the integrity and completeness of the active ingredients present in the plant of origin. This method also has the advantage of ensuring the perfect bio-availability of these active ingredients and therefore of guaranteeing the therapeutic efficacy of echinacea.
The EPS or Standardized Fresh Plant Extract are obtained by the extraction process " Phytostandard " which respects the integrity and completeness of the active ingredients present in the plant.
We suggest you to prepare your EPS blends , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath .
Precaution of use
- Keep tightly closed in a cool place and away from moisture.
- Keep out of the reach of children.
- Food supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Echinacea is contraindicated for people with autoimmune disease or progressive diseases. It is also not recommended for people allergic to plants of the family Asteraceae.
Presentation Phytostandard echinacea BIO PhytoPrevent
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Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy
Echinacea is native to North America. It has a fusiform root and lanceolate leaves. The flowers are ligulate and drooping, pink in color. She looks like daisy.
All echinacea species are native to North America. Three of them have the same medicinal value. Natural stands of Echinacea have mostly colonized the American Great Plains without crossing the Canadian border in the North or reaching the Mexican border in the South. Nowadays, they are grown in all temperate climates, in sunny places where the soil is rich and well drained.
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