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Iculanit Tea

Iculanit Tea

Iculanit Tea

(Previous name: Iculdan tea)

 

Contains

Lemon balm, Common Dandelion, Rhubarb (stalks), Thyme, Knotweed, Echinacea, Fennel, Chamomile, Caraway, Mint.

These herbs are known to help treat constipation naturally.

 

Directions

2-3 cups per day, before going to sleep and as required.


  

100% natural ingredients.

No caffeine. No preservativesNo food coloring.

No artificial flavor extracts.

 


Further information about the product can be found below  

 


The stated above does not constitute a medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider with any question or concerns you have on your medical condition.  


 

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Information about the natural ingredients in Iculanit Tea


Common Dandelion - The Common Dandelion is a plant that effectively helps restore the functioning of the liver and thereby helps in cleansing toxins from the body and in lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. Its leaves contain: Vitamins: A, B, C, and minerals: iron, magnesium, sodium, potassium and zinc. Many studies show the pharmacological and physiological activity of the plant: increasing bile production and aiding in the proper functioning of the liver.

Chamomile - helps treat gas problems, constipation, various digestive problems, irritable bowel syndrome; soothes abdominal pain; anti-inflammatory; helps treat chronic diarrhea.

Contains flavonoids - antioxidants that help prevent disease. Contains minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium.

Caraway - helps treat gas, bloating, and inflammation.

Fennel - helps treat gas, anti-inflammatory, helps treat constipation, helps regulate the digestive system.

Contains phenols, sterols, tannins, flavonoids, vitamin C, minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium.

 

 


Selected references


Von Beetz D, Cramer H, Melhorn HC. Derm Mschr 1971.

Subiza J, Subiza JL, Hinojosa M, et al, Anaphylactic reaction after the ingestion of chamomile tea: a study of cross-reactivity with other composite pollens 1989.

Szelenyi I, Isaac O, Theimer K, Pharmacological experiments with compounds of chamomile. III. Experimental studies of the ulceroprotective effect of chamomile, Planta Med, 1979.

Wei H, Tye L, Bresnick, E, et al, 1990. 'Inhibitory effect of apigenin, a plant flavonoid, on epidermal orthinine decarboxylase and skin tumour production in mice.' Cancer Res. 50(3): 499-502. 

Campos AM, Lissi EA, 1995, 'Evaluation of the antioxidant capacity of herbal teas by a procedure based on the bleaching of ABTS radical cations', Bol Soc Chil Quim, 40(4): 375-81.

 

Kliachko LL, Ankhimova ES, Svitina NN, et al, 1994, 'The effect of medicinal herbs on lymphocyte rosette-forming function', Vestn-Otorinolaringol, Mar-Apr(2): 31-3.

 

 

 

 

The stated above does not constitute a medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider with any question or concerns you have on your medical condition.  


 



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