Antioxidant (VeganOK), alcohol-free Antioxidant in concentrated fluid, 500 ml
Antioxidant, Concentrated Fluid 500 ml
Antioxidant, reduces the damaging activity of free radicals.
This product can promote an effective antioxidant activity, preventing the formation and damaging action of free radicals. It protects our body from pollutants that may cause harmful cellular reactions. The presence of plants such as red vine and blueberry ensures protection and improvement of microcirculation and the venous system.
Dosage and Usage:
Oral use for adults.
A measuring cup (20 ml) diluted in a glass of water (200 ml) 1 time per day.
Rosehip: This is a plant known for its richness in vitamin C (about 39 mg / kg), antioxidants of polyphenolic nature as Quarcetina and Ellagic Acid, Flavonoids (about 451 mg / kg) and organic acids (504 mg / kg ) (Tumbas VT, 2011). In vitro and in vivo studies have shown that rosehip extract has high antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties (Lattanzio F, 2011).
Red vine: The extract of grape leaves contains at least 4-5% substances of flavonoid nature such as quercitrin, isoquercitrin, rutin, quercetin and luteolin as well as anthocyanic tannins and organic acids (malic, succinic and protocatechic). In vivo studies have shown that the extract of vine leaves can reduce chronic venous insufficiency edemas (Reuter J, 2010).
Pomegranate: Pomegranate extract is effective in treating oxidative stress and hepato-cellular damage induced in rats with diethylnitrosamine (AK Kumar, 2015). The pomegranate fruit shows high antioxidant and antibacterial properties.
Blueberry: The high percentage of Anthocyanosides in bilberry extract determines its distinct antiedematous and angio-protector activities. The same constituents are also vasoprotective, improving microcirculation and normalizing capillary permeation. Blueberry extract can reduce the release of proinflammatory agents and stimulates biosynthesis of collagen and mucopolysaccharides (beneficial effect on capillaries).
The extract anthocyanins can protect vessel walls from the damage induced by high fat diets. They also protect collagen from the proteolytic activity of oxidizing agents. In ophthalmology, blueberry extract is used for the treatment of retinopathies and myopia since it has been shown that blueberry anthocyanosides act on retinal enzymes, in particular on the lactate-dehydrogenase and increase the rate of regeneration of retinal pigment, thus improving the quality of vision.
Goji: This fruit is rich in vitamin C and minerals such as zinc. The plant is rich in polyphenols, flavonoids in particular. These components stimulate the antioxidant capacity of our body and strengthen our immune system.
This fruit contains a good, broad-spectrum antioxidant mix, an effective aid for a proper functioning of the immune system. Also, it has a tonic and energizing effect. At present Goji seems to have a great potential in the field of herbal medicine. Numerous teams are studying and working with this very interesting plant.
Aloe: Aloe juice is rich in flavonoids, flavones, isoflavones, phenolic compounds and organic acids. These substances contribute in synergizing the antioxidant and anti-radical action, DPPH tested in vitro and in vivo. (Lucini L, 2015)
Acaj: The extract of this interesting Amazonian fruit contains a mixture of antioxidants such as polyphenols, organic acids and anthocyanins. These substances promote antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective activities. (KK Yamaguchi, 2015)