Bioflavonoids complex, obtained from citrus fruits
It has antimicrobial effects and its protection against infections, fungi, bacteria and viruses is publicly well known. Strong antioxidant effects, an effect on hormonal balance, also affect retinal health, keep capillaries in good shape and finally, affect the nutrition of vessel walls.
OPC, Proanthocyanidins – grape seed extract
OPC is one of the strongest antioxidants in the world that protects against cell aging, protects against cancer, corrects poor genetic material, smoothes the skin and gives it elasticity, affects wound healing processes, positively affects the immune system, eczema and allergy healing. It regenerates blood vessels and capillaries and is used to prevent cardiovascular diseases and strokes.
In addition to these things, it also affects varicose veins, cholesterol, diabetes, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, and digestion.
Rutin, extract of the flower buds of the Sophora japonica (Styphnolobium japonicum)
It provides strength to the capillary wall, returns elasticity to vessel walls, helps with varicose veins, swelling of bruises, stops minor bleeding, improves wound healing, positively affects the infections and there healing, lowers LDL cholesterol, has antioxidant effects, especially on free radicals in the body.
Papain, papaya fruit extract (Carica Papaya)
It is a proteolytic enzyme, cleaving proteins into oligopeptides and amino acids. In our body, it affects dead and non-functional tissue, relieves intestinal walls of deposits and coarse spots. It helps with celiac disease and digestive problems. It soothes the gastric mucosa and affects a number of problems affecting the digestive tract. It is a supportive agent in ulcerative ulcers, it is similar to pepsin and chymotrypsin enzymes.
Esculin/Escin, horse-chestnut extract (Aesculus hippocastanum)
It is another supportive agent for blood vessel regeneration, dilutes blood, improves blood viscosity and protects the skin from radiation.
Lipase, produced by microbial fermentation
It is a lipolytic enzyme produced in the pancreas belonging to the hydrolase family, breaking down fats into glycerol and fatty acids. It affects the control of fat syntetisation and helps to decrease fat stores and is helpful in fat burning. Lack of lipase is responsible for several negative manifestations of the body, such as increased cholesterol, increased levels of sugar in the urine, and is a risk factor in the development of diabetes.
It participates in the treatment of inflammations, including intestinal, food allergies, digestive problems, heartburn, cystic fibrosis, Crohn’s disease, rheumatoid arthritis.
It also helps with celiac disease.