Marigold extract, vision support, 60 capsules, PhytoPharma
Marigold capsules act favorably in the function of vision and the process of fat degradation, support digestive system activity.
Marigold contains the active flavonoid compounds that support the production of collagen proteins and also help maintain strong immunity. Marigold flowers contain up to 70% of the carotenoid - lutein. In them it is in the form of esters of fatty acids - lauric, myristic and palmitic. When taken with food as a supplement, the ester is hydrolyzed and releases pure lutein, which is absorbed and metabolized by the body. Lutein accumulates in the retina of the eye, in the macula, where it performs its function of filtering harmful, high-energy rays from the blue spectrum of visible light and thus supports the function of vision. Lutein helps protect cells from the damaging effects of free radicals.
- Marigold oil extract in soft gelatin capsules favorably affects the function of vision and the process of fat breakdown;
- supports the activity of the digestive system;
- helps maintain good elasticity of blood vessels;
- contributes to the normalization of the menstrual cycle.
How to use:
Take one or two capsules three times a day with food.
Contents in 1 capsule:
Marigold flower extract - 5.25 mg
Each capsule contains: Marigold Extract, Soybean Oil, Gelatin and Glycerin.
Keep the product out of the reach of small children! Do not take the product by children! If you are allergic or have a disease, consult a doctor before using this product! If you are pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breast-feeding, consult a doctor before using this product! Do not exceed the recommended daily dose! The product is not a substitute for a varied diet!
Packaging: 60 capsules
- Can be used by:Women
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Immunity
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