Aloe – boswellia syrup gel
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCT
Ahires is like a daring architecture that supports 100% of active phase, as in the best tradition of Hopispharma in a bold and uncompromising formulation. Created to rebalance the gastrointestinal tract at various levels and to help the natural therapies intended to give support, it takes its strength from ALOE, LAPACHO, FRUCTOLIGOSACCHARIDES (FSO) and ANGELICA. It develops with the support of Boswellia that has an anti-inflammatory action.
The GUAR fiber, a natural mucilage, has a soothing action on the gastrointestinal mucosa. The GSE (Grapefruit Seed Extract) is a natural preservative and there is no need to add chemical preservatives; it has a general antimicrobial action, usually lactic acid enzymes (typical colonizers of the intestinal flora) are quite resistant: the effect is that they are further strengthened against pathogens. Papaya extract is rich in papain – an enzyme that promotes the digestion of food proteins it promotes gastric emptying and optimum digestion. Tabebuia also for purifying function and regular function of cardiovascular system.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) enters directly into the sulfur cycle which is involved in various processes including: the delivery of chlorine and sodium, collagen V and the Proteoglycans system. FOS positively regulate calcium and magnesium concentrations in the colon, contributing to the regulation of cell growth in this area. This is exclusive for our customers since Ahires is prepared every 10 days or on demand and each batch includes no more than 20 specimens at a time, which are manually numbered.
- FRUCTOLIGOSACCHARIDES (FOS)
- CARICA PAPAYA L. FRUCTUS DRIED EXTRACT
- METHYLSULFONYLMETHANE (MSM)
- VEGETARIAN GLYCERINE
- ANGELICA ARCHANGELICA L-Radix T.M.
- TABEBUIA AVELLANECDOTAE LORENTZ CORTEX EX GRISEB (LAPACHO) T.M.
- ALOE VERA L. (SYN ALOE BARBADENSIS MILL) GEL SINE CUTE LYOPH.
- GRAPEFRUIT SEED EXTRACT (GSE)
- BOSWELLIA SERRATA ROXB. GUMMI E.F.
- CITRUS X PARADISI MACFAD SEMEN GSE
- CYANOPSIS TETRAGONOALBA L. TAUG (PHGG) SEMEN
- STEVIA REBAUDIANA
HOW TO USE IT
10 ml per dose, pure or diluted in equal amounts of water, twice a day or as need be, preferably on an empty stomach. To encourage intestinal function, it is advisable to take 20 ml before bedtime. As a maintenance, 20 ml three times a week.
Fructoligosaccharides (FOS) 3000 mg
Papaya extract 2000 mg
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) 1000 mg
Aloe Vera freeze-dried extract 200:1 300 mg
Angelica Arcangelica 300 mg
Grapefruit Seed Extract 300 mg
Boswellia E.F. 300 mg
Lapacho Extract (tabebuia) 240 mg
Glass bottle – sealing cap and small glass
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