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200 ml syrup in glass bottle

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:
This product does not interfere with any other medication and does not have any kind of contraindication. It can even be used by children aged 5 or over, the elderly and pregnant women.

 

MAIN INGREDIENTS:

GINKGO BILOBA

VITIS VINIFERA

 

INGREDIENTS:

Water, hydroglyceric extracts (water, stabilizer: glycerol, part of plant in ratio 1:2) of: Red vine (Vitis vinifera L, leaves), Ginkgo biloba (Ginkgo biloba L., leaves); elderberry juice, acidifier: citric acid, preservative: potassium sorbate.

Last updated on 10/04/2019

 

HOW ITS COMPONENTS WORK:
A supplement containing fluid extracts of Ginkgo Biloba (leaves) and Vitis vinifera (leaves), plants known for their action on the microcirculation.

Ginkgo Biloba is the oldest known family of trees, it existed forty million years before the appearance of dinosaurs.
It is the only tree that endured and survived the explosion of the atomic bomb in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945.

It is rich in terpenes, polyphenols and flavonoids. Its vasodilator (particularly cerebral), antiaggregant and antioxidant properties are no longer disputed. The action of ginkgo seems to be the result of a synergy between different active ingredients including flavonoids, flavones, organic acids, in particular the specific lactones of ginkgo – ginkgolides – isolated by Elias James Corey (Nobel prize winner), and bilobalide. Ginkgo has proved particularly effective in circulation problems, its active ingredients make it possible to dilate the arteries, veins and capillaries. They also stimulate microcirculation and decrease blood viscosity, thus preventing the formation of lumps. It is particularly recommended for treating memory disorders and cognitive impairment related to ageing.

Discovered thousands of years ago, it has numerous medical properties:
– capillary circulation
– vasodilator
– venous circulation
– anti-aggregant
– powerful antioxidant

Vitis vinifera or red vine is similarly known for its action on blood circulation and is an antioxidant.
It contains a phenol – resveratrol – but above all tannins, in particular anthocyanosides. These are natural pigments contained mainly in the leaves, located in the cell vacuoles. They are soluble in water and have a significant antioxidant activity. This is a diuretic, antioxidant, detoxifying, fluidifying, tonic and anti-inflammatory plant and is also recommended for treating problems relating to capillary fragility, varicose veins and haemorrhoids.
Tannins promote the contraction of vascular muscle cells, facilitating the return to the heart of blood accumulated in the lower limbs.
The presence of proanthocyanidols in red vine leaves permit an anti-free radical action and a stabilization of the collagen present in vascular membranes.
In this way, it tones the veins which explains its use in problems such as heavy legs, varicose veins, rosacea and capillary fragility. It also provides relief from haemorrhoids.

 

RECOMMENDED USES:

one measuring capful (10 ml) per day diluted in water.

 

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