Fucoidan (in fucus)
improves carbohydrate resistance and insulin resistance. It has an anti-inflammatory effect and prevents damage to the blood vessel walls where cholesterol can begin to be deposited, which leads to plaque build-up. It is a powerful natural antioxidant that protects all cells in the body from the effects of free radicals.
Alginic acid sodium salts
in fucus reduces the absorption of glucose from the digestive tract, which regulates blood sugar levels. It lowers the absorption of fats, including cholesterol. It also removes toxins from the body.
are rich in Vitamin C and have an antipyretic, antioxidant, and fortifying effect. Raspberries contain ketones that help speed up the metabolism, burn fat without negatively impacting the muscles, improve skin properties, and stimulate hair growth even in the event of baldness.
Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke) syrup
is a source of inulin and silicone.
Inulin is an active sorbent that removes toxic and non-dietary substances from the body. It stimulates the motor activity of the gastrointestinal tract (motility and peristalsis) and has a pronounced choleretic effect.
Silicon is a structural element of the human body that normalizes the metabolism and facilitates the digestion of micro- and macroelements.
The combination of fucus and Helianthus tuberosus (Jerusalem artichoke) syrup boosts the digestive system's protection against parasites.
is present in fucus in its natural form. It promotes the normalization of the thyroid gland, which regulates the metabolism and the cardiovascular system.
are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibers. They have a slight laxative effect. They also positively impact microflora in the large intestine. Prunes are rich in dietary fiber, which restores microflora.
is used to make pharmaceuticals, which need extremely pure water. The water is cleansed of all biological and chemical alloys, including gases, salts, pyrogenic substances, microorganisms, and all other microelements. The high microbiological quality is the result of distillation, a special technique for separating out organic compounds. The water is first converted into steam, then turned back into liquid form. These procedures are done while observing the highest hygiene requirements. Everything is conducted in an aseptic unit where nothing but activities directly related to distilling water is conducted. That's why the water always comes out sterile.