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Plantagen Forte

C.N.193178.8
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Composição

Cursol ® (Fosfato de cálcio, Curcuma longa L. 500 mg com curcumina estandarizada a 21 mg/g, ácido cítrico, polisorbato 80), MSM 2 mg, ácido ascórbico 1 mg.

Excipientes: estereato de magnésio, dióxido de silicio. Cápsula de gelatina.

(Composição por cápsula)

Composição

Cursol ® (Fosfato de cálcio, Curcuma longa L. 500 mg com curcumina estandarizada a 21 mg/g, ácido cítrico, polisorbato 80), MSM 2 mg, ácido ascórbico 1 mg.

Excipientes: estereato de magnésio, dióxido de silicio. Cápsula de gelatina.

(Composição por cápsula)

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A sinergia dos diferentes componentes de Plantagen Forte, permitem obter um produto com uma alta biodisponibilidade do seu principal princípio ativo, a curcumina.

O componente principal de Plantagen Forte é um extrato de rizoma de curcuma, altamente concentrado, purificado e obtido por cristalização. Este processo está patenteado e permite extrair os dois derivados principais da curcumina, a desmetoxicurcumina e a bisdesmetoxicurcumina. Desta forma obtém-se um preparado altamente solúvel e com maior biodisponibilidade via oral, o que aumenta a sua eficácia.

Cada cápsula contém 5,880 mg de curcumina, com uma percentagem de solubilidade de 29%, muito acima do que tem sido utilizado na maior parte de estudos de investigação.

A curcumina presente no Plantagen Forte foi submetida aos mais estritos controlos de forma independente pelos laboratórios Phycher em França outorgando-lhe um grau de segurança e eficácia dos mais elevados do mercado.

Tem o certificado de qualidade ISO 22000.

Advertências

Hipersensibilidade a algum dos componentes

Apresentação

Caixa com 40 cápsulas de 616 mg

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