Sweet Clover Red Vine - Heavy Legs
  • Sweet Clover Red Vine - Heavy Legs

Sweet Clover Red Vine - Heavy Legs

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Food supplement based on extracts of sweet clover and red vine. Sweet Clover helps purify the blood

Light legs

Sweetclover extract Melilotus officinalis (aerial parts) (support: maltodextrin), red vine extract Vitis vinifera (leaves) (support: maltodextrin), vegetable-based capsule, anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate, talc.

Nutritional intakes / For 1 capsule / For 2 capsules
Sweet Clover extract / 200 mg / 400 mg
Red vine extract / 180 mg / 360 mg

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Red vine melilot - heavy legs

Supplier: LPEV Laboratory

Ingredients: Extract of aerial part of sweet clover Melilotus officinalis (maltodextrin); red vine leaf extract Vitis vinifera (maltodextrin); coating agent: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose; anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids; talc.

Nutritional allowances For 1 capsule For 2 capsules
Sweet clover extract 200 mg 400 mg
Red vine extract 180 mg 360 mg


Net Weight: 30g

Capacity: 60 capsules
Directions for use: 1 to 2 capsules per day to be swallowed with a large glass of water.
Duration of supplementation: 1 to 2 months.
Precautions for use

This food supplement cannot replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.

Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Store in a cool, dry place.

Made in France

Melilot
Melilotus officinalis

Botanical
Sweet clover is a biennial plant in calcareous or slightly salty soils, with fibrous and white roots. The stems, 0.5 to 1 meter, bear trifoliate leaves. The flowers, yellow, fragrant, visible from May to September, are gathered in elongated clusters. The fruits are pods containing seeds. Common in Europe and temperate Asia, sweet clover grows in dry, poor places and up to 2200 meters altitude. The flowering tops are the parts of the plant used in medicine.

The etymological origin of sweet clover comes from the Greek meli which means “honey”, and from lôtos, “lotus”, “honey flowers”, much sought after by bees.


Main indications
In connection with its veino-lymphatic action

    Vein-lymphatic insufficiency (heaviness of the legs), impatience, night cramps, varicose veins, stasis pruritus ...
    Lymphedema of the lower limbs
    Lymphedema of the upper limbs (following breast cancer surgery)

 
In connection with its action on the integrity of the vascular wall

    Hematomas and contusions
    Rosacea

 
Related to its veino-lymphatic and anti-inflammatory action

    Hemorrhoids


In connection with its action on the integrity of the vascular wall, tissue oxygenation and its tissue trophic effect

    Varicose ulcers
    Trophic disorders: dermatitis, eczema ...
    Post-phlebitic syndromes

 
Related to its sedative action

    Insomnia in children (traditional use)


Source: LPEV

LPEVMVR

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