Natural detox !
At each change of season or as a complement to your slimming program, trust plants to detoxify the body!
• It is advisable to follow a 20-day cure.
To be consumed within 30 days after opening.
+ artichoke, dandelion and milk thistle extracts. and enriched with green tea and grape seed extracts, sources of antioxidants.
• Do not exceed the recommended dose
• Keep out of reach of young children
• Unless authorized advice, do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding and in children under 6 years old
• Store in a cool place, away from light and heat
• The use of natural fruit juices in the composition of the product can generate a deposit which does not in any way harm its quality.
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Ceylon cinnamon (bark) has a molecular profile very close to that of China. : their pharmacological actions are excessively similar, which is why both appear, even today, in the European pharmacopoeia when they were already referenced in the first Chinese pharmacopoeia 2,500 years before our era!
123Cinnamomum zeylanicum / verum
Native to Europe, mint species have spread around the world up to Northern America, Australia and even Japan. Grown since antiquity for their medical properties, they have been found in an Egyption tomb errected in 1000 a.D. Mentha arvensis is a spcies of mint belonging to the Lamiace family, It is an herbal plant with a strong aromatic smell, from 10 to 60 cm high, with verticil flowers situated in the axil of the leaves, The leaves are oval, pointed and dentate. This hardy plant flowers from july till september and likes ditches, swamps and damp meadows,
Native to Asia, this tropical tree bearing shiny, persistent leaves can grow up to 20 metres in the wild. The flowers, yellow when mature, produce the best essential oil. Ylang ylang provides an essential oil whose fragrance is universally appreciated for its warm, flowery, exotic, round and feminine notes. It is hardly astonishing that it is one of the essential oils that can change human behaviour by olfaction.