DIENTE DE LEÓN NEO
Diente de León Neo - 45 capsules CN 197042.8
It helps to maintain the function of the urinary tract.
Dandelion is a perennial plant with golden yellow hermaphrodite flowers that make it easily identifiable and widespread on almost every continent. It is considered a weed. Its root contains abundant potassium salts (5%) and inulin (2%, which is concentrated up to 40% in autumn). It also contains sesquiterpene lactones, triterpene alcohols, phytosterols and mucilages (1%). Its leaves contain sesquiterpene lactones, triterpenes, phytosterols, flavonoids and abundant potassium salts (up to 5%).
Traditionally, dandelion has been used as a diuretic, choleretic and cholagogue. It is depurative and a mild laxative. The anti-diabetic properties of dandelion, attributed to chicoric acid, taraxasterol, chlorogenic acid and sesquiterpene lactones, have been studied with promising results.
- Hepatobiliary dyskinesia (stimulation of hepatic and biliary functions), dyspepsia, loss of appetite.
- Diuretic and adjuvant in mild urinary disorders.
- Mild digestive disorders, such as fullness, flatulence and slow digestion, as well as temporary loss of appetite.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Weber) aerial part dry extract standardised to 2% flavonoids 200 mg, bulking agent (cellulose), plant envelope (pululan), carrier (shellac), sweetener (xylitol).
Take 1 or 2 capsules a day, with a glass of water.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep container in a cool, dry place out of reach of children. Contains sweetener. Excessive consumption may cause laxative effects.
Obstruction of the biliary tract, cholangitis, lithiasis or other biliary disorders. Peptic ulcer, unless prescribed by a doctor. May cause gastric discomfort with hyperacidity.
Pregnancy, lactation and children under 12 years of age: none reported.