Common chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla L. es folium)
Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill. Essential oil)
Common poppy (Papaver rhoeas L. es flos)
Common anise (Pimpinella anisum L. Essential oil)
Vitamin B2, B6, B1
Preservatives: E202, E211
Acidifier: Citric acid
How it works
They are components indicated for the treatment of the digestive system.
Chamomile is spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
It is also indicated as a mild sedative to combat insomnia and in the treatment of gastrointestinal affections, stomatitis and dermatitis, gynecological and pediatric uses.
Fennel is indicated against dyspepsia, stomach heaviness, flatulence, meteorism, colitis, digestive atony, cough, inflammation of the airways.
Anise has sedative properties.
The poppy has alkoloids, used in medicine as cough suppressants and pain relievers, because they are able to act at the level of pain receptors.
Lactobacilli tindalized, treated with the process of thermal tindalization which reduces them into spores.
It means that these lactic ferments, in extreme conditions of the organism (such as for example in the acidic environment of the stomach) remain dormant, to resume their function in the favorable intestinal environment.
Take 60 drops (3 ml) once a day dissolved in water, chamomile, infusions or liquids to taste