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it is recommended as a drug preventing the destruction of joints and cartilaginous tissues; it accelerates muscular growth, activates the production of synovial fluid, and contributes to the reduction of pain in the joints. It improves the health of hair, nails, teeth, and gums, strengthens the bones and improves immunity
60 capsules per 500mg
Active ingredients for 1 capsule (500 mg): soluble collagen (184 mg), pollen flower (184 mg), vitamin C (24 mg).
Other ingredients: hydrated silica, calcium stearate
1 capsule twice a day with meals.
store within 3 years from the date of manufacturing in dry place protected from light beyond the reach of children at a temperature up from 0°C to 25°C and with relative humidity of 75% at most
idiosyncrasy of components
Sea collagen - the most closely approximates the human collagen fibers by its structure and is easily digested by the body. When consuming collagen, the skin resilience and elasticity considerably increase, the health of hair, nails, teeth, and bones shows improvement, and pain in the joints is reduced. Collagen helps to recover the hepatic stroma and heart
Pollen - has the nourishing, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It contributes to fat burning, strengthens blood vessels, feeds myocardium, and lowers the level of “bad” cholesterol and the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases. It reinforces the immunity and raises hemoglobin level
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) – takes part in the formation of collagen and contributes to its uptake. It improves the immunity and reduces the symptoms of chronic fatigue and stress. It is an effective antioxidant. It smoothes wrinkles, moisturizes the skin and protects it against negative environmental influence. Vitamin C is responsible for the growth and recovery of muscles, and strengthening of capillaries. It influences on the health of bones and cartilages, gums and teeth. It helps the body to digest iron and normalizes hemogenic processes