Diosmin (Citrus sinensis es pericarpium)
Sweet clover (Melilotus officinalis L. es herba) tit. 20% coumarin
Butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus L. es radix) tit. 5% ruscogenin
Free nucleotides 44% Ribolife® (Adenosine-5’monophosphate, Cytidine-5’monophosphate, Uridine-5’monophosphate, Guanosine-5’monophosphate), bromelain 1200 GDU / g (Ananas comosus L. es stipites)
How it works
It has known phlebotonic and vasotonic properties.
The natural principle promotes the physiological reabsorption of liquids, and is used in the treatment of venous insufficiency, in cases of lymphedema, varicose veins and hemerroids.
It has been shown to improve lymphatic circulation, venous return and capillary resistance.
These activities, associated with an anti-inflammatory and anti-edematous component, make the sweet clover an ally for the treatment of edema and skin capillary fragility.
Ruscogenins are the active ingredients contained in the rhizome of Ruscus aculeatus, better known as butcher’s broom or butcher’s broom.
Well known is the vasoprotective, anti-inflammatory and anti-edema activity of ruscogenins, which induce constriction of the venules without appreciably affecting the arterioles.
It is extracted from the fruit and especially from the stem of the pineapple plant (Ananas comosus) where it is most concentrated.
The scientific data available today see the use of bromelain aimed at reducing the intensity and duration of inflammation, edema, ecchymosis in the medical, surgical and trauma fields.
Its anti-inflammatory action on soft tissues and anti-edematous means that it is used in the therapy of cellulite.
It is a flavonede, naturally contained in citrus fruits (bitter oranges, grapefruits, lemons), which improves the function of blood vessels in the event of a stroke, or reduces inflammation.