- Has anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema effects.
- Helps with inflammation, ulcers and swelling.
- Has veinotonic and capillary-protective properties.
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Lymphatonic capsules contain Lymphaselect™, a patented extract of Melilotus officinalis standardised to provide 18% coumarin. The medicinal properties of Melilotus officinalis were recognisedlong ago by our ancestors. Melilot-based preparations were used to treat inflammation, ulcers and swelling, now available to buy in supplement form at Supersmart.
The standardised extract of Melilotus officinalis contains a series of benefits, due to its contents in coumarins, flavonoids and terpenoids. It has veinotonic and capillary-protective properties, largely due to the presence of flavonoids. Its main constituent, coumarin, belongs to the family of benzopyrones known for their ability to reduce protein-rich oedemas.
Scientific research has shown that standardised extract of Melilotus officinalis:
Clinical studies have shown that this standardized extract effectively eases symptoms associated with lymphoedema or chronic venous insufficiency including varicosities, haemorrhoids, thrombophlebitis or post-operative oedemas. Studies on baboons as well as on humans have shown no hepatoxicity. In particular, they have found that administering the extract:
Buy Lymphatonic capsules to benefit from its veinotonic properties.
|Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 60
|Quantity per serving
|Lymphaselect™ (Mellilotus officinalis extract, standardised to 18% coumarin)
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum.
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