Based on plant extracts that support venous and lymphatic circulation, improving the feeling of heavy legs, fluid stagnation and swelling and capillary fragility.
Content: 30 tablets of 700 mg
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Activate Solutions contains active ingredients and plant extracts that help the microcirculation and the venous and lymphatic circulation.
Centella Asiatica and Pineapple help fight water retention and cellulite imperfections.
Sweet Clover, Grape Seeds and Horse Chestnut favour the good functioning of venous and lymphatic circulation.
Vitamin C, in addition to protecting cells from oxidative stress, promotes the formation of collagen for the normal functioning of blood vessels.
Content: 30 tablets of 700 mg
Directions: it is recommended to take 1 tablet per day preferably before main meals.
The active ingredients contained in Activate Solution support the lymphatic and venous circulation improving the feeling of heavy legs, fluid stagnation and swelling and capillary fragility.
It is a plant belonging to the family of Bromeliaceae and it is of tropical origin. Its name derives from "anana" which in the language of the natives of Guadalupe islands means "delicious fruit". Discovered by Columbus in 1493, it was then imported in Europe where cultivations spread and nowadays it is one of the most known tropical fruits of the world. The fruit is used in infitotherapy for its many properties and for its content in Bromelain, an important digestive enzyme. For this reason its use supports the digestive function but it is also useful in improving the drainage of body fluids, heaviness of the legs. It favors the functionality of the microcirculation contrasting the imperfections of cellulite.
Like many botanical species, they are rich in complex molecules and antioxidants (bioflavonoids and polyphenols), most notably proanthocyanidins (PACs). Proanthocyanidins are associated with a wide range of health benefits.
Grape Seed dry extract is used for multiple conditions, relating primarily to heart and blood vessel health: atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, circulation problems and may be effective in relieving symptoms of chronic venous insufficiency; complications of diabetes (to the eyes and nervous system), vision problems (such as macular degeneration), swelling after injury or surgery, cancer prevention and wound healing. Currently, grape seed extract is being studied by many researchers, not only for the ailments noted below, but also for the prevention of breast cancer in post-menopausal women, prostate cancer, and colon cancer; to prevent cognitive decline, Alzheimer's disease, and other brain disorders.
is a biennial herbaceous plant of the leguminous family quite common all over Europe. Leaves and flowering tops of Sweet Clover contain flavonoids, tannins and coumarin glucosides, which by enzymatic hydrolysis, release coumarins. Among them the most represented is melilotoside, which is then transformed into coumarin whose main effect is on lymphatic drainage. Moreover coumarin reduces the demolition of catecholamines, with a consequent improvement of the contractile capacity of blood vessels.
Catecholamines in fact are among the main vasoconstrictors present in the human body. Moreover, the plant carries out a vasoprotective action on the walls of the veins, increasing their permeability, and therefore behaving like escin. It necessarily derives the same field of indication, mainly in the diseases of the veins and disorders caused by varicose veins. In this action flavonoids have a complementary role. The plant is therefore indicated in the treatment of venous and lymphatic insufficiency, in the presence of edema and swelling of the lower limbs, water retention, varicose veins, phlebitis, heavy legs, hemorrhoids and cellulite.
(or Horse Chestnut) is an ornamental tree, which hides in its prickly fruits and in its bark active principles with venotonic effects recognized by modern scientific research. The venotonic properties of Horse Chestnut have been confirmed by contemporary research. The consumption of extracts is therefore particularly useful in case of heavy legs and water retention in the lower limbs, disorders more present in the summer period.
This beneficial capacity is linked to the numerous saponosides (including aescin) contained in this fruit (which is also a large seed) and its tegument (shiny brown sheath surrounding it), and to the coumarinic heterosides (including esculoside) present in the bark of the tree's branches. These active principles have a vasoconstricting and anti-inflammatory effect on the venous structures: they favor the venous return by reducing the permeability of the veins making them more tonic and lowering the viscosity of the blood.
This beneficial capacity is linked to the numerous saponosides (including aescin) contained in this fruit and its tegument (shiny brown sheath that surrounds it). These active principles have a vasoconstricting and anti-inflammatory effect on the venous structures: they favor the venous return by reducing the permeability of the veins making them more tonic and lowering the viscosity of the blood. The Indian chestnut has thus been officially recognized by the WHO as a natural remedy of first order in case of venous insufficiency. An action confirmed by several clinical meta-analyses conducted in 2000 on groups of 1,000-10,000 patients, which show that horse chestnut alleviates both the symptoms associated with venous insufficiency and their complications (varicose veins, venous ulcers), without adverse effects.
It is an herb belonging to the Apiaceae family widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and in Ayurveda.
However its properties have made it famous in the West as well, where it is mainly used against cellulite, water retention, circulatory problems or symptoms due to fragile veins and capillaries.
The main property of centella asiatica is to improve blood circulation, especially at capillary level. Some of its active principles are in fact able to stimulate the production of collagen, thus protecting the walls of blood vessels and helping to keep them elastic.
This officinal plant is also capable of favoring the healing and cicatrization of wounds, thanks to its capacity of helping the tissue restoration by acting on the microcirculation and on collagen synthesis.
Centella asiatica helps especially in case of cellulite, as it improves blood circulation at venous level. However, it can also be useful in case of water retention, given its diuretic and draining power. Also in
case of epistaxis episodes (frequent nosebleeds) it is possible to consider the use of centella asiatica. This medicinal herb is considered among the most effective natural remedies in case of capillaries in evidence, since it helps to strengthen the walls of small blood vessels. It is also used against rhagades and hemorrhoids, feeling of heavy legs and gastric ulcers.
In traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, Centella asiatica is used in the treatment of many other disorders, for example colds, tonsillitis, liver infections, dermatological problems, but also to help concentration and memory.
Vitamin C deficiency plays a greater role than any other nutrient in causing capillary weakness and subsequent bleeding. Prevention is a key weapon and in case of need, taking dietary supplements containing vitamin C can be really important. Vitamin C has antioxidant properties, contributes to the normal formation of collagen for the proper functioning of blood vessels and protects the endothelium, the thin membrane that lines the inner wall of the vessels.
The beneficial properties of vitamin C on the microcirculation can be enhanced by the association with flavonoids, known for their antioxidant and vasoprotective activity. These ingredients in association act in synergy, so vitamin C associated with flavonoids is more effective than vitamin C taken alone. Vitamin C stimulates the production of collagen and, consequently, protects the capillaries; it increases the elasticity of the venous wall and the reabsorption of edema and, in addition to having a beneficial effect on the microcirculation, has a synergistic action with flavonoids.
INGREDIENTS: Pineapple (Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.) cores dry extract 250 GDU/g; Grape (Vitis vinifera L.) seeds dry extract titrated 95% PACs; Sweet yellow clover (Melilotus officinalis (L.) Pall.) flowering herb dry extract titrated 20% coumarin; Asiatic pennywort (Centella asiatica (L.) Urb.) herb dry extract titrated 2% in total triterpene derivatives (asiaticoside); Horse chestnut ( Aesculus hippocastanum L.) bark dry extract titrated 15% aescin; Bulking agent: microcrystalline cellulose; Vitamin C (L-ascorbic acid); Anti-caking agents: mono-diglycerides of fatty acids, magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide.
Content of characterizing ingredients:
Average analysis per maximum daily dose (1 tablet)
|Pineapple e.e.||100 mg||equal of 25 GDU|
|Grape d.e.||100 mg||equal of 95 mg of PAC|
|Sweet yellow clover d.e.||100 mg||equal of 20 mg of Coumarin|
|Asiatic Pennywort d.e.||100 mg||equal of 2 mg of Asiaticoside|
|Horse chestnut d.e.||100 mg||equal of 15 mg of Aescin|
|Vitamina C||80 mg||100% VNR*|
*NRV Nutrient reference values (ref. EU Reg. 1169/2011)
Warnings: the product does not replace a varied diet; do not exceed the recommended daily dose; keep out of reach of children under three years of age. The use of the product is not recommended during pregnancy, lactation and under 12 years of age. Avoid taking the product in case of presumed or established hypersensitivity to one or more of its components.
Storage: store the product in a cool and dry place, away from sources of heat and light; the end of validity date refers to the product in its unopened package and well preserved. Given the natural origin of the ingredients, it is possible to have color variations from one batch to another.
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