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In this combination, St. John’s wort supports the normal bile production and increases bile flow.
Product type: Food supplement
Greutate netă: 50 g
Condiții de păstrare: Store in a dry place, at room temperature
St. John\'s wort (Hyperici herba) 20%, calendula flowers (Calendulae flos) 15%, yarrow (Millefolii herba) 15%, dandelion (Taraxaci herba) 15%, peppermint (Menthae herba)10%, common fumitory (Fumariae herba) 5%, dwarf everlast (Helichrysi flos) 5%, artichoke leaves (Cynarae folium) 5%, greater celandine (Chelidonii herba) 5%, common agrimony (Agrimoniae herba) 5%.
Drink 3 cups of tea per day, after a meal.
Duration of treatment is 2-3 months.
Treatment can be repeated after a one month break, or when needed.
Preparation: Pour 200 ml of boiling water over 1-2 teaspoons of plant mixture and leave it covered for 10-15 minutes, then filter it.
WARNINGS: Not recommended for children under 6 years and in case of hypersensitivity of any of the product’s ingredients.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding: This tea is not recommended for pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers.
Side effects and interactions: No side effects and no incompatibilities with drugs were reported at the recommended doses.
Recommended associations: If you have a low functioning gallbladder, the tea Vezică biliară-D75 can be associated with one of the products below:
PRACTICAL TIPS FOR A HEALTHY DIET AND LIFESTYLE: If you have a low functioning gallbladder, a sparing biliary diet is necessary, by avoiding fats that require biliary acids for digestion. Avoid fried foods, offal, fatty meat and fish, sausages, canned food, butter, cream, fat cheeses, oilseeds (nuts, peanuts, hazelnuts), eggs, mayonnaise, pastries.
Associate daily in your diet foods with a biliary drainage effect (cold pressed olive oil, lettuce, endive, artichokes, dandelion leaves, olives). You can eat low-fat diary, fine cellulose vegetables (tomatoes, pepper, aubergines, carrots, green beans, courgettes, lettuce – raw or cooked), well-ripened fruit, rye and whole wheat bread, fruit desserts and cottage cheese.
If the gallbladder is hyperactive or there are mineral deposits, the diet aims to avoid cholecystokinetic foods (which stimulate the contraction of the gallbladder and bile elimination): fatty meat, sausages, fatty diary products, roux, hard cellulose vegetables, dried legumes, oil fruits, eggs (1-2 eggs per week allowed), chocolate, cocoa, hot, irritating spices, alcohol.
Eat fine cellulose vegetables (tomatoes, pepper, aubergines, carrots, green beans, courgettes, lettuce) – raw or cooked, well-ripened fruit (preferably in the form of juice), lean-meat, lean fish, cold pressed vegetable oils, light aromatic spices (parsley, dill, larch, tarragon), vegetable soups, pasta, one-day-old bread.