Rosemary bud extract: the young shoots of rosemary act by improving the production of bile and favoring the regular emptying of the gallbladder thus contributing to the hepatotropic and anti-dyslipidemic action, which is essential for detoxifying the body. With its administration there is also an improvement in intestinal function. It will be indicated in particular when in addition to the detoxifying action one wants to seek a re-equilibrium of the lipid profile (cholesterol and triglycerides). The young shoots also demonstrated, in vitro, a markedly superior antiradical activity compared to the adult plant (Taddei I., Giachetti D. et al., 1995).
Properties of the Rosemary Bud Extract
- cholagogue-choleretic action
- rearrangement of lipid metabolism
- anti-free radical action
- tonic-stimulating action
Main indications of the Rosemary Bud Extract
- biliary tract dyskinesias
- biliary lithiasis
Instructions for use: Normally we recommend taking 30-50 drops of Rosemary bud oil a day, a quarter of an hour before the two meals, diluted in a little water for at least 20 days.
Functional ingredients: Glycerine macerate of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.) young shoots.
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