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Capsules for liver and metabolism

ARTICHOKE PLUS capsules help with
maintaining liver function
normal bile production
metabolic and acid-base balance

Package size:

Contents: 180 capsules

Preis:  43,00  inkl. USt.

Regular alcohol consumption, exogenous environmental substances, certain medications, an unbalanced diet or a change in the bacteria of our intestinal flora represent extra work for our liver. The functionality of our liver is, however, what determines the metabolism of nutrient proteins, fats and carbohydrates to the “fuels” and energy we need to power our bodies. Bile, a secretion important in the digestion of nutrient fats and in breaking down the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K, is also produced in the liver. Plant extracts such as those from artichokes and milk thistle contribute to normal bile production and the normal metabolism of the liver.

The daily dose (= 2 capsules) of ARTICHOKE PLUS capsules contains the following decisive ingredients

IngredientsPer daily dose (= 2 capsules) RDA*
Vitamin B1 (thiamin)2.2 mg200%
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)3 mg214%
Vitamin B3 (niacin)30 mg188%
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)10 mg167%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxal)3.2 mg229 %
Vitamin B7 (biotin)200 mcg400%
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)200 mcg100%
Vitamin B12 (cobalamins)4 mcg160%
Vitamin C200 mg250%
Vitamin E (tocopherol)40 mg333%
Vitamin K (phytomenadione)60 mcg80%
Trace elements:
Zinc10 mg100%
Selenium100 mcg182%
Other decisive ingredients:
Artichoke blossom and leaf extract100 mg
   equates to pure artichoke blossom500 mg
   contains cynarin2.5 mg
Milk thistle seed extract50 mg
   equates to pure milk thistle2,000 mg
   contains silymarin40 mg
Cistus extract10 mg
   equates to pure cistus40 mg
Choline50 mg
L-glutathione20 mg
Taurine50 mg

*RDA = Recommended Daily Allowance. The values of the ingredients are based on average analyses.


Recommended intake:

1 capsule twice a day with sufficient liquid.


Please note:

All liver dsyfunctions must be examined by a doctor. In addition to the known liver loading factors (unbalanced diet, alcohol, medication), intestinal problems are often responsible for liver metabolism disorders. When pathogenic fungus and/or bacteria settle in our intestines, this weakens the intestinal cells – which are our primary immune barrier. A collapse of this primary protective barrier transfers the defence task to the liver, which leads in the long term to an overloading of the liver metabolism.