It contains dry extract of gugul resin, dandelion root powder.
Scientific properties: (gugul) cholesterol-lowering effects (contrasting the excesses of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood), reducing cholesterol levels in a natural way, antiatherosclerotic (prevents and fights the formation of atheromatous plaques, then the onset of atherosclerosis and the occlusion of veins and arteries due to deposition of cholesterol), slimming, slimming, thanks to the thyroid stimulating hormone (increased metabolism more reduced intestinal absorption of lipids due to its resin, then lower heat accumulated), anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic. The gugul is therefore recommended that: in the case of high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood, such as prevention of cardio-vascular diseases, as an aid in weight loss diets in hypothyroid subjects, in acute and chronic inflammation, arthritis, osteoarthritis, rheumatism, in iperlipoprotinemia, fatty liver disease, acne, seborrhea.
(dandelion) bitter tonic. diuretic, cholagogue, choleretic, depurative, anti-rheumatic, mild laxative, liver failure, catarrhal jaundice, cholangitis, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis. dyspepsia.
Natural content of the root: triterpene alcohols (beta-amirina, tarasserolo, tarassasterolo, psi-tarassasterolo, tarassolo); sterols (beta-sitosterol and stigmaserina, a fistosterina); vitamins (A, B, C, D, thiamine, nicotinic acid) ; inulin (also up to 40%); other components: caffeic acid and para-ossifelinacetico, choline, levulose, resin acids, palmitic, oleic, linoleic, linolenic, myristic (free and as glycerides), glycerides of fatty melissico and cerotico, asparagine, arginine, poliosis that yield galactose and arabinose, tyrosinase, ethereal oil.