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Bio-Health Hawthorn Berry 120 Capsules

Bio-Health Hawthorn Berry 120 Capsules
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120 x 450mg Vegetable Capsules
Description

Description 

Hawthorn Berry (Crataegus Oxyacanthoides)

Pure powdered berry.

Hawthorn is a small tree native to Great Britain. There are two major species, yielding leaves, flowers and fruit as berries. It is the fruit that has been dried and encapsulated for the Bio-Health product. As a result of its mild and positive action the herb is well respected.

HABITAT AND CULTIVATION

Hawthorn grows in hedgerows, copses and fields throughout the British Isles and all temperate regions of the northern hemisphere. It is generally cultivated from hardwood cuttings. The seed takes 18 months to germinate. The flowers and leaves are harvested in late spring, the berries in late summer.

CONSTITUENTS

Bioflavonoids including – rutin, quercitin; triterpenoids, cyanogenic glycosides; amines – trimethylamine (in flowers); polyphenols, coumarins; tannins (condensed).

CAUTIONS

No known side effects.

NB: Potentiates the action of cardiac glycosides, therefore to be used

with caution in patients taking digitaloids (from Foxglove)

PARTS USED: Flowering tops; leaves –highest bioflavonoid contents; berries.

Pure-fil.

Additive free.

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.

Pure-fil means:

No colours or flavours

No binders, fillers, glidants or coatings

No emulsifiers, plasticisers, disintegrants, slow release agents or lubricants

No synthetic ingredients

Pure-fil products contain 100% active ingredients

Nothing genetically modified

Pure-fil products are suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

They are perfect choice for those suffering with allergies, food intolerances, need special dietary requirements or just don’t like to have unnecessary additive when they can have purity

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