Cosmoterra Artichoke Plus Capsules
Dietary supplement with artichokes-milk thistle extract, choline and metabolism active micro nutrients and trace Elements.
ARTICHOKES PLUS capsules contribute:
- to maintain liver functions
- to a normal bile production
- on metabolic and acid/base balance
Regular alcohol consumption, foreign environmental substances, some medications, a one-sided diet or a change in the bacterial intestinal flora can be a burden on the liver. However, the metabolism of food protein, fats and carbohydrates to operating materials and energy depends on the functionality of our liver. Bile, an important secretion for the digestion of dietary fats and for the digestion of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K, is also produced in the liver. Plant extracts such as those from artichokes or milk thistles contribute to normal bile production and liver metabolism.
Take 1 capsule 2 times a day with sufficient liquid.
Active ingredient per daily dose (= 2 capsules)
2.2mg vitamin B1 (thiamine, *200%), 3mg vitamin B2 (riboflavin, *214%), 30mg vitamin B3 (niacin, *188%), 10mg vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid, *167%), 3.2mg vitamin B6 (Pyridoxol, *229%), 200mcg vitamin B7 (biotin, *400%), 200mcg vitamin B9 (folic acid, *100%), 4mcg vitamin B12 (cobalamine, *160%), 200mg vitamin C, *250%), 40mg vitamin E (tocopherol, *333%), 35mcg Vitamin K1 (Phytomenadione, *47%), 40mcg Vitamin K2 (Menaquinone-7), 10mg zinc *100%, 100mcg selenium *182%, 100mg artichoke flowers extract is equivalent to 500mg substance artichoke flower, 2.5mg cynarin, 50mg milk thistle extract is equivalent to 2000mg substance milk thistle, 40mg silimarin, 10mg cistrosen herb extract is equivalent to 40mg substance cistrosen herb, 50mg choline, 20mg L-glutathione, 50mg taurine.
*NRV (Nutrient Reference Value) = recommended daily intake. The values of the ingredients are based on average analyses.
Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced diet and the recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are important. Store dry and not above room temperature and out of the reach of children.
Liver dysfunction of all kinds must in principle be clarified by the doctor. In addition to the known liver-damaging factors (one-sided diet, alcohol, medications), intestinal problems are often responsible for disorders of liver metabolism. Colonization of the intestine by disease-causing fungi and/or bacteria weakens the primary immune barrier of our body, the intestinal cells. A collapse of this primary protective barrier then transmits the defensive function to the liver, which leads to an overload of liver metabolism in the long run.