To maintain good digestive comfort
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Black radish (Raphanus sativus) is a thick, edible root that has a characteristic taste. The artichoke (Cynara scolymus) contributes to the elimination of toxins and fats in the liver. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a shrub with interesting properties for the digestive system. Angelica (Angelica archangelica) is particularly useful in cases of bloating.
The ARKOFLUIDES ® range offers associations of plants grown organically, without sweetener, preservative-free and alcohol-free. This range is designed in France and offers the best of nature for your well-being. Research and innovation, allied to rigorous quality controls are at the service of your health. Organic farming is a type of sustainable agricultural production technique that preserves the fertility of the Earth, respects the environment and is involved in the quality of our products.
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Take a bulb per day. Given its concentration plant, it is recommended to dilute the autocassable bulb in half a glass of water (125 ml). It is possible to renew the outlet of the product several times in the year. Given the natural character of the product, a light deposit may appear. For this reason, we recommend that you shake the bulb before the dilute.
A dietary supplement must not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not leave within reach of young children. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Reserved for adult and youth over 15 years. Not recommended for pregnant women.
With bulb: water, Apple juice concentrate *, juice of radish * black (Raphanus sativus niger) (1.6 g), concentrated extract * plants (1 g) (glyecrol), obtained from Artichoke leaf * (Cynara scolymus), Rosemary leaf * (Rosmarinus officinalis) and Angelica root * (Angelica archangelica).
* Ingredient of agricultural origin, obtained according to the organic production method. Product of Organic Agriculture. Certified by ECOCERT sas F.32600.
* Implementation of a plants concentrate titled average 55 mg of chlorogenic for 100 g of concentrated acid.