Productinformatie Samento zonder TOA's van Nutramedix

Application and function
Samento is a broad-acting herb. Due to the European legislation on health claims, we cannot say much about this. What may be said is that it promotes blood flow and has a beneficial effect on heart and blood vessels. Samento strengthens the intestinal flora. Due to its strong antioxidant properties, the immune system is stimulated so that fatigue is relieved. It reduces and neutralizes the chemical, harmful influences of ionizing radiation and all kinds of other factors that exert a negative influence on the human body. If you want to receive more information, please contact us.

Cat's Claw extract (Peru) in een oplossing van alcohol. Gegarandeerd vrij van Tetracyclische Oxindol Alkaloïden (TOA). Alchoholgehalte: 22 vol.%.

Recommended maximum daily dose (60 drops) contains:
Cat's Claw extract (Uncaria tomentosa) 48 mg.

Shake well before use.
Three times daily 1 to 20 drops (build up) and dissolve in 100 ml of spring water, let stand for 1 minute. Take fifteen minutes before meals. Maximum 60 drops per day. Do not exceed the recommended maximum daily dose. For your information: 20 drops = 1 ml tincture.

Duration of the treatment
Depending on the application. Minimum 3 months.

Keep tightly closed, at room temperature and out of reach of children.

This product information cannot replace the advice of a doctor or therapist. For all other questions consult your therapist or contact us.

Samento tincture is not legally a medicine but a herbal preparation. A dietary supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Click here to go to the Samento tincture sales page without Nutramedix TOAs. The tincture can be ordered in bottles of 30 ml and 60 ml.


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