Erbe officinali

Equiseto

La sua somministrazione ha dimostrato un'eccellente efficacia come sostegno per la normale ossificazione, favorendo la deposizione di calcio a livello osseo.

Equiseto

Yucca

Ha effetti di equilibrio della flora intestinale e contribuisce alla funzione digestiva.

Yucca

Melissa

Ha proprietà che aiutano l'organismo ad alleviare il nervosismo, facilitando anche il riposo.

Melissa

Artiglio del diavolo

Ha significative proprietà disinfiammanti e lenitive.

Artiglio del drago

Tarassaco

Possiede proprietà positive sul fegato, grazie alla sua azione protettiva e migliorando la funzione digestiva.

Radice di tarassaco

Spirea

Presenta proprietà che favoriscono il fisiologico mantenimento del benessere.

Spirea ulmaria

Valeriana

Ha azione rilassante e distensiva ed è consigliata come supporto per la riduzione del disagio e della tensione.

Valeriana

Mirtillo nero

Fonte ricca di antocianine, molecole antiossidanti per eccellenza e di tannini che contribuiscono all'equilibrio della flora intestinale.

Mirtillo nero
Bibliografia

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