anatis Astragalus+Goji+Angelica sinensis
Dietary supplements with Astragalus extract, Goji berries extract, Angelica sinensis extract (Chinese angelica) and astragalus root powder.
Originally, the Astragalus came from Mongolia and northern China. Among the 3000 species stands out the Astragalus membranaceus, which is one of the top Qi plants of the TCM. But also in German-speaking Europe, the Tragant or Fenugreek, as it is called here, is a plant coveted at least since the Middle Ages and already appreciated by St. Hildegard of Bingen. It is the most popular Qi tonic of TCM after ginseng. Use is primarily rooted. The Goji berry, also known as fenugreek or wolf berry, is a nightshade plant popular in the TCM and also a toxin, as is the Angelica sinensis. The sharp root is part of many power soups, nourishes and moisturizes.
Take 4x 1 capsule daily with liquid.
90 capsules (3 week pack)
Valuable Ingredients / daily dose (=4 capsules)
1000mg astragalus extract of which 600mg polysaccheride 60% of which 50mg of which astragaloside 5%, 200mg Angelica sinensis Extrat 10%, 200mg goji berries extract 10%, 120mg astragalus root powder.
Tragant extract (Astragalus membranaceus), Traganroot powder (Astragalus membranaceus), Chinese angelica wort extract (Angelica sinensis Diels), goji berries extract (Lycium barbarum), hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (capsule shell).
- Without synthetic substances
- Without additives, fillers and excipients such as .B magnesium stearate
- Without dyes such as .B. titanium dioxide
- Without yeast, wheat, soy or egg
- Without added sugar
- Lactose- and gluten-free
- Vegetarian/vegan: Free from animal products
- Vegetable capsule (cellulose)
Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a balanced diet and the recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Varied and balanced diets as well as a healthy lifestyle are of great importance. Store dry and not at room temperature and out of reach of children.
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