Metepa Top Reset
Un mix di carciofo, tarassaco, cardo mariano e altre erbe attentamente scelte
The used part of the plant is the leaf
The artichoke has become one of the most important western medicinal plants.
The active ingredient is cynarin which stimulates biliary secretion and thus contributes to a lowering of cholesterol.
It is sometimes referred to as an excellent bitter tonic; it is precious in infections caused by liver and gall bladder malfunction and is often used for disorders of hypercholesterolemia and digestive migraine.
Milk Thistle has a strong protective activity of the liver. It protects the liver cells from damage caused by toxic substances such as alcohol, drugs, insecticides or pesticides.
This active ingredient seems to be able to stabilize the membrane of liver cells. It stops the damage caused to liver cells by free radicals.
Milk thistle extracts capture free radicals by preventing them from forming lipoperoxides with the cell membranes, which are extremely toxic to the liver.
Milk thistle also stimulates the production of new liver cells, promoting protein synthesis.
It appears to stop leukotriene production, which has a preventive effect on allergic and inflammatory reactions.
Cardio mariano is also able to improve liver test results in individuals who have suffered liver damage.
Dandelion, also often called dog's tooth, is one of the most well-known and popular herbs in popular culture. It has bitter-tonic and digestive properties useful for digestive disorders.
Dandelion promotes the evacuation of excrement and soothes hemorrhoidal inflammation. Its detoxifying function is reflected on impure and unhealthy skins making them fresh and luminous.
Indicated to counteract and resolve acne, it has detoxifying, diuretic and depurative properties.
It is also often used in cosmetic products, restoring the normal complexion of facial skin.
Spirulina thallus algae (Arthrospira platensis)
Schisandra (Schisandra chinensis)
Liquiria (Glicymhiza glabra L.)
Curcuma (Curcuma longa L. )
Sarsaparilla (Smilax aspera L.)
Melissa (Melissa officinalis)
Kinkeliba (Combretum micranthum G. Don)
Blueberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)
Bold (Peumus boldus)