Bloating, nausea, gas, constipation, diarrhea… so many ailments that are indicative of poor digestion or medically called dyspepsia . On the shelves of organic stores and pharmacies abound various food supplements to facilitate digestion . Which one to choose ? Before supplementing, it is necessary to identify the cause and target the symptom(s). What is digestion? Digestion is a biological process responsible for transforming food into assimilable nutrients : The proteins Carbohydrates Mineral salts Lipids Other assimilable substances These nutrients also pass through the intestinal wall to enter the bloodstream. Roughly, we can define digestion in 4 stages: Chewing: The first...See article
Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma is a dietary supplement to regulate intestinal transit and optimize digestive comfort .
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What is Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma used for?
Digestion problems are often due to a slowdown in liver function: in fact, the liver actively participates in digestion by releasing substances in the stomach that will transform food into nutrients necessary for the proper functioning of the body and into waste that will be eliminated by the intestines. If the liver does not function normally, digestion and transit are slowed down and lead to digestive and intestinal discomfort. Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma stimulates transit and facilitates digestion .
This food supplement contains Artichoke Leaf Powder.
Artichoke is a plant whose flower buds are usually consumed in our diet. It is its leaves which are full of cynarin, sterols, magnesium and potassium which will naturally promote the secretion of bile by the liver and thus stimulate digestion and transit.
How to properly use Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma?
From 12 years old. Take 2 capsules at once in the morning at mealtime with a large glass of water.
What is the Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma composition?
Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma is formulated based on: Powder (Totum integral) and organic artichoke leaf extract* (Cynara scolymus), Thickener: Organic acacia gum, Organic apple fibers (Malus domestica), Organic Organic buckwheat fruit (Fagopyrum esculentum).
100% vegetable capsule (derived from cellulose).
*Equivalent to 3550 mg of artichoke leaf for 2 capsules.
|Average nutritional information||for 2 capsules|
|Artichoke leaf powder||350mg|
|Artichoke leaf extract||160mg|
What are the side effects and contraindications?
Internal use. Respect the dosage. Store in a clean, dry place away from light, heat, humidity. Always keep out of reach of children. Pregnant and breastfeeding women seek advice from a healthcare professional. A food supplement is not a medicine, it cannot replace a varied and balanced diet as well as a healthy lifestyle.
If you take more Artichoke Arkocaps, capsule than you should:
Consult your doctor or your pharmacist.
If you forget to take Arkocaps Artichoke, capsule:
Do not take a double dose to make up for the dose you forgot to take. Continue your treatment as normal.
Never take Arkocaps, capsule:
If you are allergic to any of the components contained in Arkocaps Artichoke, capsule.
Arkocaps Artichoke Digestion & Transit Arkopharma comes in the form of a box of 40 or 150 capsules.
Our advice and advice from pharmacy experts
Pregnancy and breast feeding :
There is insufficient data on taking this drug during pregnancy and lactation.
Consequently, as a precautionary measure, it is preferable not to take Arkocaps Artichoke, capsule without medical advice.
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