Ginger root is used in modern herbal medicine for the treatment of digestive disorders such as belching, heartburn, flatulence and nausea. It also contributes to the improvement of gastrointestinal motility. The shogaols, molecules produced after drying of the root, determine the increase in intestinal blood flow which counter inflammatory processes.
Sichuan pepper is known to improve and speed up the regular digestive function An important activity attributed to this extract is the stimulation of phasic contractions in the duodenum and jejunum, speeding up the filling of the small intestine.
In addition to being known and used as a tonic, thanks to the ginsenoside content in its root, Ginseng appears to be useful in regulating intestinal motility.
Blend of non-viable tyndallized products
Non-viable tyndallized lactic ferments are used in cases of dysfunction and imbalance of the intestinal flora, decreasing symptoms such as bloating, irritability and intestinal inflammation, pain and difficulty of peristalsis.
MALTODEXTRINES, GINGER RHIZOME (ZINGIBER OFFICINALIS ROSC.) DRY EXTRACT TITRATED AT 5% GINGEROLS , ZANTHOXYLUM PIPERITUM BERRIES (ZANTHOXYLUM PIPERITUM (L) DC.) DRY EXTRACT, ACIDIFIER: CITRIC ACID; FLAVOURING, GINSENG ROOT (PANAX GINSENG C.A. MEYER) DRY EXTRACT TITRATED AT 20% IN GINSENOSIDES; ANTI-CAKING AGENT: SILICON DIOXIDE, NON-VIABLE TYNDALLIZED LACTIC FERMENTS. LACTOBACILLUS ACIDOPHILUS SGL 11, LACTOBACILLUS RHAMNOSUS SGL06, STREPTOCOCCUS LACTIS SGLC 01,BIFIDUS BIFIDUM SGB 02, BIFIDUS LONGUM SGB05, BIFIDUS INFANTIS SGB 03; SWEETENER: SUCRALOSE.
Follow the recommended daily dose. Food supplements are not meant to replace a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not take during pregnancy and breast-feeding. The product must be kept out of the reach of children under 3 years old.