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  • AllerdinAllerdin


    Malabar walnut leaf extract, chinese basil extract, rosemary extract, green tea extract, ginkgo extract and dietary supplement cotaining licorice extracts.

  • Vitamin B12Vitamin B12

    B-12 500 mcg

    This essential vitamin helps form red blood cells that deliver oxygen to all parts of the body, which in turn promotes energy. It also supports cardiovascular health by working with vitamin B-6 and folic acid to help neutralize harmful homocysteine. While adequate B-12 intake is important for everyone, supplementation may be particularly helpful for some people because the vitamin is found primarily in animal-based foods.

    Recommended vitamin for those who eats high amount of meat and women who takes contraceptive tablets.

    You can enhance the effectiveness of B-12 if you take C-vitamin, tiamin, riboflavin and magnesium as well.

  • Beta-CaroteneVitaking Beta-Carotine

    Beta Carotene


    Beta Carotene delivers antioxidant protection throughout the body as well as promote vision health. This unique supplement is a natural plant pigment that can be converted into vitamin A by the body as needed.

    You can find this carotionid in several types of fruits and vegetables so you can gain enough in you body if you eat a lot of them.

    Beta Carotene is the previtamin of A-vitamin. A healthy organization produce just enough of A-vitamin from it so you do not need to take any other supplement.

    This substance needs two or three weeks to build the perfect protection of the body. This means you need to prepare yourself if you want to protect your skin against harmful radiation.

  • BilberryVitaking Bilberry


    Bilberries (also known as Vaccinium myrtillus, wild blueberries, and blue whortleberries) have the antioxidant capacity of more than 20 fresh fruits and berries, even stronger than those of cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, plums, or cultivated blueberries.

    The antioxidant powers and health benefits of bilberries can be attributed to a number of remarkable compounds contained in them, including anthocyanin, vitamin C, resveratrol, vitamin E, and ellagic acid.

  • BiotinBiotin

    Biotin (B-7)

    Certain sources calls it H-Vitamin originated from the german name: Haar und Haut which means “Hair and Skin” but you can also meet with it as B-7.

    Biotin deficiency diseases are rare if you keep a healthy and well-balanced dietary. A healthy intestinal flora can produce more than enough for daily usage. On the other hand several digestive disease, extreme diet or permanent antibiotic treatment can cause biotin scarcity. Biotin has an important role in healthy cellular growth and in metabolism as well.

    You can find it in several cosmetic improved to treat hair, nails and skin recovery as well as in food supplements for hair, nails and skin enhancement.

  • VK_Cholenat


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    Artichoke as well as a dietary supplement containing fermented red rice extract and citrus flavonoids.

    It can help you not only to restore your blood’s fat and cholesterol, but also to be a part of our diet, as it can effectively regulate your appetite, making it one of the most gentlest consumer products.

  • ChlorellaChlorella


    An optimum source for antioxidant protection that will boost your immune system health and vitality, organic spirulina ranks as one of nature’s most powerful “superfoods.”

    At over 60% protein, spirulina is the most potent and digestible source of vegetarian protein! This family member of blue-green algae packs in a whole lot of antioxidant and phytonutrient nutrition along with high amounts of beta-carotene, essential amino acids, minerals, B vitamins, and chlorophyll. Spirulina is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA).

    For minerals it contains iron, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, manganese, zinc, phosphor and selenium.

  • CinnamonCinnamon Cassia

    Cinnamon bark


    Cinnamon helps the body maintain healthy levels of glucose and insulin in the bloodstream to ensure that all cells get the energy they need to perform their basic biological functions. The natural flavonoids in cinnamon help insulin work more efficiently.

    There are two types of cinnamon. The first is the Cinnamonum verum which we use in cakes, cookies, cappuccino or any kind of product which we want to boost with some cinnamon flavor.

    The other one is the Cinnamonum cassia and our product is that type of cinnamon. This one known as one out of the 50 basic herbs in the Chinese healing arts. It can assist in the carbohydrate-sugar metabolism and balance which means we recommend it primarily for people with diabetes.