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Szibériai ginsenget tartalmazó étrend-kiegészítő tabletta


3.890 Ft

 

Ez a növény (Eleutherococcus senticosus) Szibériában, Kína egyes részein és Koreában honos. 
Gyakran „Oroszország titkos növényének” is hívják mivel orosz sportolók és űrhajósok is használták.
A ginzeng valószínűleg pontatlan elnevezése a terméknek, mivel az egy teljesen más növény habár ugyanahhoz a növénycsaládhoz tartozik. A szibériai ginszeng nem tartalmaz ginzenoidokat, mint a koreai ginzeng, azonban fő hatóanyagként eleutherozidokat tartalmaz.

Kiszerelés: 90 db tabletta

A szibériai ginzeng előnyei:

Fizikai vagy mentális fáradtság – a ginzeng fokozza a szervezet teljesítményét 
Koncentráció – rádió operátorokkal folytatott tanulmányban a ginzeng adása fokozta a koncentrálási képességet
Állóképesség – a kísérletekben a ginzeng fokozta az atléták állóképességét

Jellemzők:

A szibériai ginzenget „adaptogénként” tartják számon, mivel elősegíti a szervezet kedvezőtlen körülményekhez történő adaptációját, alkalmazkodását.
A fő hatóanyagok a szibériai ginzengben az eleutherozidok, amelyekből 10 félét tartalmaz. Továbbá számos vitamin és ásványi anyag is található a termékben. Ezen összetevők elősegítik a szibériai ginzeng kedvező hatásait, amelyek a következők:

  • anti-toxikus hatás
  • profilaktikus hatás – segíti a betegségek megelőzését
  • antivirális hatás
  • anti-hipertenzív – csökkenti a vérnyomást
  • stressz ellenes hatás
  • immunrendszert erősítő tulajdonság,vírusfertőzések,megfázás, influenza fertőzés gyosabb leküzdése
  • hypoglikemizáló – vércukorszint csökkentő hatás
  • hozzájárulhat a memóriafunkciók és a koncentrálóképesség javításához
  • hatékony segítséget nyújthat a HSV II. fertőzések leküzdésében

Napi ajánlott mennyiség: 2 db tabletta.

Hatóanyag tartalom a napi adagban: szibériai ginszeng gyökér 80mg kivonatát 1:15 arányban, amely 1200mg szárított gyökérnek felel meg, 640 mcg eleutherosides.

Miért válasszam a Natures Aid Szibériai Ginzenget?

Minden egyes Natures Aid Szibériai Ginzeng tabletta 600 mg Eleutherococcus senticosus gyökér kivonatát tartalmaz, nagyon kedvező áron. Vegetáriánusok is fogyaszthatják.

Ellenjavallatok/Figyelmeztetések

A szív- és érrendszeri megbetegedésekben (beleértve a magas vérnyomás betegséget), cukorbetegségben, asztmában, skizofréniában és más idegrendszeri betegségekben szenvedőknek a ginzeng fokozott óvatossággal adható, mivel befolyásolhatja az alapbetegségre szedett gyógyszerek hatását. A napi ajánlott mennyiséget ne lépje túl! Hűvös száraz helyen, kisgyermekektől elzárva tartandó! Az étrend-kiegészítő nem helyettesíti a vegyes étrendet és az egészséges életmódot. Ne szedje, ha bármely összetevőjére túlérzékeny!

Nem ajánlott terhesség és szoptatás ideje alatt.

 

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