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It is worth to take the preparation before a meal (about 30 minutes), especially if the goal is to help fight stomach ulcers. When fighting stomach ulcers, it is very important to change your lifestyle and eating habits.
Aloe vera may increase the absorption of antioxidant vitamins C and E.
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Common nettle (Urtica dioica) is present around the globe, including Poland, excluding the tropical zone. The medicinal raw material and component of supplements is the root of nettle (Urtrica Radix), as well as extracts from the leaves (see. Nettle leaf [Folium urticae]), which have a definitelly different applications. The root of nettle usually contains organic acids, phytosterols, lecithin, potassium, mucus, calcium and waxes. Formulations with root nettle are anti-inflammatory by reducing the level of SHBG and 5-alpha-reductase and, consequently, lower the level of estrogen and DTH. A positive effect on testosterone levels. The medicine is used in the prevention and treatment of prostate hyperplasia. Aligns the level of micronutrients (calcium and potassium), it is anti-inflammatory, stimulates the metabolism (the antitoxin, vitaminizing)
In the sports supplementation affects the levels of sex hormones (causes maintaining a high level of testosterone and up lowers the level of estrogen (sex hormone female). Maintaining a high level of testosterone is essential among sportsmen practising power and strength sports. It is also included in the composition of a variety of herbal blends. Available in preparations at www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: There are no standards of daily demand. Required daily dose is dependent on the presence of active ingredients.
See also: nettle leaf (Folium urticae)
Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Mill.) is a tropical and subtropical plant originating from Mediterranean countries, which finds application mainly in dermatology and cosmetology (topical effect) and oral application positively influences the functioning of the digestive system.
The flesh of aloe leaves is mainly composed of water (96%), however, the remaining 4% is constituted by a concentrated dose of nutrients and substances with high biological activity. Aloe contains i.a. fiber, fatty acids, amino acids (including 7 exogenous amino acids), polysaccharides, glycoproteins, plant enzymes (including SOD - superoxide dismutase) as well as vitamins and mineral ingredients.
The internal activity of aloe is mainly directed at regulating the work of the digestive system. Aloe has antibacterial and antifungal effect, supports the treatment of stomach ulcers, alleviates inflammations, facilitates the organism’s detoxification and positively influences microflora of the digestive system, stimulating the growth of probiotic bacteria.
External activity of aloe - on skin - contributes to strengthening the barrier of epidermis and also facilitates repair processes in skin, counteracts infections, stimulates the production of new collagen fibers. Additionally, it has softening and shielding effect.
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