Hepa Health – Hepatoprotectant for liver, bile and gastrointestinal tract

19.99 BGN

New improved formula!!!

Ensure total protection of the liver and bile!
Hepa Health is designed to provide total protection for the liver and gall for which a combination of the most powerful natural sources is used.
Its unique patented formula is made up of Artichoke, Shizandra Chinezis, Pikzorisa kuroa, Dandelion, Curcuma and Vitamin B15, which have proven effect in liver and gallbladder diseases.
Contents: 20 tables 1000mg.

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What it is important to know about Hepa Healt ?
Hepa Healt is a 100% natural product without side effects.
How Does Hepa Healt Work?
Helpa Health naturally improves the action of the liver and bile. It lowers cholesterol and triglycerides.
For whom is Hepa Healt suitable for?
Hepa Healt is suitable for people over 18 years of age. There are no side effects.
Hepa Healt's ingredients ?

Artichoke:
Liver detoxification and protective features of artichokes first came to the attention of researchers in 1966 (in a study that maintained its effect on hepatic regeneration in rats). A study conducted in 1987 focuses on the effects of cinarin and caffeic acid on rat liver cells exposed to harmful chemicals.
In 1970, European scientists first documented the ability of cinnarin to lower cholesterol in humans. Over the years, other researchers have continued to research and document the artichoke and cinnamon effects in this area. One of the latest research in the same field was conducted and published in 2000 using an artichoke leaf extract. Over a period of six weeks 143 patients with high cholesterol received the extract, and at the end of the study, the results showed a reduction in total cholesterol by 10% -15%, low density lipoproteins (LDL), and the ratio of LDL cholesterol to high density lipoproteins (HDL). Scientists report that the cholesterol-lowering effect of artichoke may be due to compounds other than cinnarin, including several newly discovered ones.
ACTION AND APPLICATION:
The curative features of the plant were known to ancient peoples as well. Around the 1920s, it began to be used more visibly and purposefully in the modern times. Its protective properties against oxidative stress caused by inflammatory mediators due to its antioxidant properties are noted.
Studies have shown that artichoke supports digestion, hepatic and gallbladder function. This reduces cholesterol levels, which reduces the risk of developing atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Water extracts of artichoke leaves are shown to also lower cholesterol levels in the blood. The plant has a bifidogenic effect similar to beneficial bacteria in the intestine. Its leaf extract has been beneficial to patients with functional dyspepsia and may relieve the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease.
Artichoke properties:

  • Diuretic
  • Antioxidant
  • Detoxifying
  • Hypotensive
  • Bile duct
  • Stimulating
  • Hepatoprotective
  • Anticholesterolemic
  • Antirheumatic
  • Hypoglycaemic
  • Appetite exciting
  • Artichoke has become an important curative herb in recent years since the discovery of cinarin. This bitter-tasting compound found in its leaves improves the function of the liver, bile and bladder, stimulates the secretion of digestive juices, especially bile, and reduces cholesterol levels in the blood. Leaves are included in the treatment of chronic liver failure and gallbladder disease, jaundice, hepatitis, arteriosclerosis and early stages of late diabetes.

Shizandra cinezis:
One of the ten most valuable herbs. Removes fatigue, sleepiness, extremely suitable for stress. Increases working capacity.

Antidepressant. It keeps the memory and the cardiovascular system. Cleans and supports the liver after diseases and intoxications.
SHIZANDRA has strong antioxidant properties. Positively affects cardiovascular activity. It has a tonic and pain-relieving effect, stimulates the ability to concentrate. Powerful Immunomodulator.
It has beneficial effects on the nervous system, digestive system, diabetes, visual impairment and detoxification of the body. Helps for better brain activity, improves digestion and sexual life.

Pirorizza Kuroa:
The herb in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medical systems is used to treat the liver and the upper respiratory tract. It is thought to be particularly useful in bronchial asthma. Traditional applications include the treatment of a wide range of conditions - fever, chronic diarrhea, constipation, dyspepsia and jaundice.
Properties on pirokeria kuroa:

  • Antibacterial
  • Purifying (in large doses)
  • Laxatives (in smaller doses)
  • Bitter tonic
  • Hepatoprotective (stimulates hepatic
  • regeneration)
  • Anticholesterolemic (relieves occlusion of bile salts)
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antiallergic
  • Antioxidant
  • Immune system modulator and hepatic enzymes.
    Dandelion: The root of dandelion tonifies the liver and the gallbladder (increases bile production and gallbladder contractions, which increases bile release, reduces cholesterol and fat in the liver). It stimulates digestion by increasing the secretion of digestive secretions (saliva, hydrochloric acid and pancreatic enzymes).The dandelion root has a diuretic effect (does not eliminate potassium from the body as conventional medicines). Rich dietary source - contains vitamins: A, C, D, B complex (especially choline that promotes liver function) and many minerals.

The dandelion root stimulates the immune system (by its inulin - one of the most powerful natural immune stimulants whose function is enhanced by carotenoids and vitamin C also contained in dandelion). It also has antibacterial properties. The dandelion root stimulates fat metabolism.    Curcuma

Vitamin B15                                                                                                                          How Hepa Healt is being taken?

For prophylaxis: 1 tablet. daily
In other conditions: 2-3 tablets, 2-3 times a day

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