INTERHERB DAILY DROPS LIVER DROPS 50 ml
INTERHERB DAILY DROPS LIVER DROPS
For supporting liver functions
Aqueous-alcoholic herbal extract
Liquid dietary supplement
Alcohol content: 36 V/V %
Net weight: 50 ml
A herbal extract made from milk thistle crop, curcuma root, dandelion leaf and artichoke leaf. The crop of milk thistle plays an important role in maintaining normal liver functions. Curcuma stimulates production of digestive enzymes, participates in prevention of fat accumulation and contributes to elimination of lipids through the liver. Dandelion supports normal liver functions. The artichoke leaf plays a role in maintaining normal liver functions and intestinal well-being.
Ingredients: water, ethyl-alcohol, mixture of dried herbal drugs (milk thistle (Silybum marianum) crop, curcuma (Curcuma longa) root, dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) leaf, artichoke (Cynara scolymus) leaf.
Active agent/daily dose: 160 mg milk thistle crop, 80 mg curcuma root, 80 mg dandelion leaf, 80 mg artichoke leaf.
Recommended intake: take 2 times 20 drops daily, mixed in 2-3 dl fluid and consume it after meals. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
The daily dose is identical with 2 ml (2g) extract, which is made from 400 mg herbal drug.
Warning: It cannot be co-administered with medications interacting with alcohol. Its use can be harmful for alcoholics. It should not be taken by patients having gall-stones or who are prone to gall-stone formation. Consumption of this dietary supplement is not recommended for pregnant and breast-feeding women and for children under the age of 12. Keep out of reach of children. Taking this dietary supplement does not substitute balanced, mixed diet and healthy lifestyle.
Storage: protected from light, at room temperature, below 25°C. The potential development of sediments does not influence the quality of the product. Shake before use.
Best before: noted on the label (day/month/year)
Distributor: BGB Interherb Kft. 10787 Budapest, Százados út 18. www.interherb.hu
OÉTI notification number: 16079/2015.