Draina Complex

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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:

ARTICHOKE

MILK THISTLE

DANDELION

FENNEL

BILBERRY

 

INGREDIENTS:
Low-mineral water, hydroglyceric extracts (stabilizing water: glycerol, plant part 50%) of: Artichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) leaf, Milk thistle (Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertn.) fruit, Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.), Dandelion (Taraxacum officinalis Web.) roots, Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus, L.) leaves; acidity corrector: citric acid, preservatives: potassium sorbate.

Last updated on 28/05/2019

THE ROLE OF ITS COMPONENTS
A complex of plants known for their detoxifying and draining properties.
Helping and protecting the organs responsible for purifying the body (liver, kidneys, intestine) is extremely important in order to preserve, improve or recuperate health.
Moreover, today, a disorderly and unbalanced diet, increasing pollution, the toxicity of certain medicines used in our modern society and treatments for chemotherapy put a strain on our detoxifying organs.
Luckily, ever-generous nature brings us some solutions, in particular thanks to plants. Unfortunately, they are increasingly forgotten by Western science, which primarily targets synthetic chemistry; these are sometimes indispensable, but are also increasingly toxic.
By combining 5 plants famous since ancient times for their cholagogue (liver), diuretic (kidneys), detoxifying, digestive and antioxidant properties, DRAINA COMPLEX is an essential complement to our health.

Cynara scolymus or artichoke (leaves) was used as long ago as the Romans for their cholagogue, diuretic and detoxifying properties.
It has been shown to intervene in the inhibition of cholesterol synthesis.
Cynarine can help to combat liver failure, jaundice and difficult digestion. It stimulates biliary secretion and intestinal peristaltism by promoting the evacuation of faecal material and thus combating constipation.
Artichoke leaves also contain sterols, minerals and vitamins, which act in synergy with cynarine and increase its action given that, as we have all known for a long time, the whole plant is always more effective than an extract.

Silybum marianum (stem and leaves) or milk thistle contains a flavonoid complex rich in silymarin whose detoxifying (liver, intestine), immunomodulatory and anti-cancer properties are now recognised.
It has a beneficial effect on viral hepatitis and liver failure, colitis and aerophagy.

Taraxacum officinalis (root) or dandelion is rich in taraxin (flavonoid), latex rich in lactucopicrin, beta carotene, fatty acids, choline and tannins. It is a powerful detoxifier thanks to its diuretic and cholagogue properties.

Foeniculum vulgaris (fruit) or wild fennel is a diuretic and cholagogue, but also an anti-spasmodic and a natural anti-inflammatory. It stimulates digestion, blocks fermentation and reduces aerophagy.

Vaccinum myrtillus (leaves) or blueberry contains anthocyansides (pigments) that act on blood vessels and capillaries, but also flavonoids with antiseptic, antioxidant and antispasmodic properties. It is useful for treating spastic colitis.

RECOMMENDED USES:
During cancer treatment:
2 teaspoons before a meal in water throughout the entire chemotherapy treatment period and afterwards.

For maintenance or prevention: 2 teaspoons in water before a meal, 10 days a month.

To treat hepatitis: 1 tablespoon in the morning and evening, before meals until transaminases is normalised.

If necessary, add ISOTONIC BIOCEAN and DELTA C and DESMODIUM ASCENDENS herbal tea.

Recommended combinations:
– Diet
– Good quality water, 2 litres a day
– Delta C – Delta E – Alpha glutathione – Biocean

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Weight 0.355 kg