Body Regeneration

Body Regeneration

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  • 35.00€ (897.75Kč)

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Anti-Aging Support


100% herbal origin

gluten free, lactose free, sugar free, for vegetarians

Olive leaves (Olea europea) extract, Skinfruit (Vitis vinifera) extract, Grape seed (Vitis vinifera) extract, Syberian ginseng, Green tea (Camelia sinensis) extract

Recommended dose for daily intake:
1 capsule per day, after meals, or as advised by your doctor.

Additional Information on Active Ingredients according to researched bibliography:

Olive leaves (Olea europea) extract
Olive leaf extract has long been used in traditional medicine. It comes from the leaves of the olive tree (Olea europaea) and has many health benefits. The olive leaf is a staple of the Mediterranean diet, which scientists study all the time for its potential to prevent chronic diseases. Research points to lower rates of illnesses and cancer-related deaths among populations that follow this diet. The positive effect is due in part to the powerful and health-boosting benefits of the olive leaf.  Olive leaf extract is a natural source of wellness with therapeutic properties that are:
- Gastro protective, which protects digestive system
- Neuroprotective, which protects central nervous system
- Antimicrobial, which inhibits microorganism growth
- Anticancer, which reduces risk of cancer
- Anti-inflammatory, which reduces risk of inflammation
- Anti-nociceptive, which reduces pain stimuli
- Antioxidant, which prevents oxidation or cell damage

Olive leaf extract is a strong source of antioxidants that regenerate your body and support your immune system. By fighting cell damage that causes disease, antioxidants work to reduce your risk of many illnesses. Olive leaf also contains a uniquely powerful polyphenol called oleuropein. Studies show that in addition to its antioxidant activity, oleuropein has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antimicrobial effects. Oleuropein, medicinally, it acts as an:
- Antioxidant
- Antibacterial
- Antimicrobial
- Anti-inflammatory
- Immune stimulant

Medical research on olive leaf extract suggest it may help treat:
- Type 2 diabetes
- Hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Viral illnesses
- Diabetes
- Allergies
- Alzheimer's disease
- Candidiasis (yeast infection)
-Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Common cold
- Diarrhea
- Influenza
- Osteoarthritis
- Osteoporosis
- Shingles
- Urinary tract infections

Vitis vinifera Grape seed and skin fruit extract 
Grapes are one of the most highly consumed fruits across the world. In ancient Europe the leaves and the sap of grape plants has been used in traditional treatment for very long time. Besides being a wellspring for vitamins and fibre, the skin and seeds of grapes are highly rich in polyphenols and specifically proanthocyanidins, which can be used as a functional ingredient to address various health issues by boosting the natural bio-processes of the body. Through different and various studies, it was proved that the proanthocyanidin rich grape seed extract provides benefits against many diseases i.e. inflammation, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes, cancer, peptic ulcer, microbial infections, etc. Therefore, beside from using it as a nutraceutical or cosmeceutical, as a result they may have a potential to substitute or complement in currently used drugs in the treatment of diseases by developing it into other successful pharmaceutical formulations for better future prospective.

Scientific studies have shown that grape seed extract:

1.May help reduce blood pressure, particularly in young to middle-aged people and those who have excess weight.
2. Has been shown to improve blood flow and reduce the risk of blood clotting, which may benefit those with circulatory problems.
3. May help reduce your risk of heart disease by inhibiting the oxidation of LDL (bad) cholesterol and reducing oxidation to heart tissue during times of stress.
4. Help treat arthritic conditions and promote collagen health.
5. Shows potential to inhibit many of the degenerative characteristics of brain and cognitive decline.
6. May offer protection against damage from oxidative stress and inflammation, thus promoting kidney health.
7. May inhibit a variety of microbes and offer protection against antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains, foodborne bacterial illnesses, and fungal infections like candida.
8. Has been shown to inhibit cancer in various human cell types and also appears to reduce chemotherapy-induced toxicity without negatively affecting the treatment.
9. Appears to protect your liver against drug-induced toxicity and damage.
10. Appear to increase growth factors in your skin. As such, they may aid wound healing and help reduce the signs of skin aging.

Syberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Siberian Ginseng, also known as Eleuthero, is an Asian herb which has been occupying a significant place in Chinese medicine for more than two thousand years as an adaptogen, for several purposes, including using it to increase stamina, promote mental health and to promote overall health in general. Don’t confuse Siberian ginseng with other types of ginseng. Siberian ginseng is not the same herb as American or Panax ginseng.

Science backed Health benefits:

1. Eleuthero Improves the Symptoms of Diabetes
For decades, Eleuthero has proved to be an active agent in improving blood sugar levels, blood lipid levels and insulin usage in diabetics, making Eleuthero very useful for improving diabetes.
2. Eleuthero Improves Memory
Eleuthero was found to enhance the neuronal communication concerned with memory and learning. This property could be of great benefit in helping patients living with Alzheimer's disease. Eleuthero also has a significant stress-reducing ability that helps restore memory deficits because of excess stress.
3. Eleuthero Boosts Immune System
By increasing immune cell production of the body, Eleuthero helps boost the immune system. A study showed that Eleuthero was found to increase the levels of antibody molecules IgG and IgM which are responsible for protecting the body against microbes. Also, by supporting natural detoxification processes of the liver, Eleuthero helps boost the body’s immune system and has also been found effective in helping the liver process harmful toxins, including sodium barbital, alcohol, and tetanus toxin. 
4. Eleuthero Improves Cognitive Function
Eleuthero has also been found to be effective in helping to improve mental function such as memory and concentration by increasing the flow of blood to the brain. 
5. Eleuthero Reduces Inflammation
Some pain-relieving drugs like naproxen sodium work by inhibiting the inflammatory pathway activating enzyme, COX-2. Eleuthero has also been found to be associated with reduced expression of COX-2, thus making it a promising agent for preventing inflammation. It also reduces the excess mast cell activity associated with allergic inflammation.
6. Eleuthero Improves Low Blood Pressure
Being a stimulant, this root herb increases circulation and heart rate, and may hence, help raise blood pressure over time, making Eleuthero a beneficial herb for people living with hypotension.
7. Eleuthero May Help Fighting Cancer
By slowing cancer progression and boosting the body’s immune system, Eleuthero has shown a promising effect in improving cancer outcomes. In a study, it was found to significantly reduce the growth of lung and liver cancers. Eleuthero also helps protect from the mutation of cancerous cell aside helping to fight already formed cancer cells.
8. Eleuthero May Help Reducing Osteoporosis
Eleuthero has been used for decades in several traditional medicines to increase muscle and bone strength.
9. Eleuthero Is Antiviral
Following a review of studies where a standardized extract of Eleuthero was used, it was confirmed that this herb is effective in treating herpes simplex 2 and relieves the symptoms of common cold. The liquid extract of Eleuthero has been found to be effective against several RNA viruses, including influenza A virus, respiratory syncytial virus, and human rhinovirus. The herb helps fight against these viruses as it prevents their replication. 
10. Eleuthero Helps in Managing Menopause
Extracts of Eleuthero and eleutherosides are associated with binding to estrogen receptor sites and thus could help lessen the effect of estrogen withdrawal in women going through menopause. 
11. Eleuthero Improves Athletic Performance
Studies in athletes have revealed that Eleuthero is capable of increasing performance by prolonging endurance time, decreasing blood glucose levels, and increasing heart rate. It also reduces exercise-induced immunosuppression and exercise-induced serotonin release. These are two factors that make exercise more tasking and can prolong recovery time after exercise. 
12. Eleuthero May Help in Treating Parkinson’s Disease
According to several studies on the supplementation of Eleuthero, the results have shown a reduction in the degenerative effects of Parkinson’s disease. 
13. Eleuthero Prevents and Repair Nerve Damage
Different studies have confirmed the effect of Eleutherosides in preventing and repairing nerve damage. It has been used for decades as a management and preventative medication for progressive neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s disease.  A study confirmed the effect of Eleuthero in improving nerve regeneration and synapse reformation. 
14. Eleuthero May Reduce Stress
In several studies, Eleuthero has been found to reduce physical and mental fatigue in response to physical stress. The herb has also been associated with reduced stress-related changes because of sleep deprivation and reduced recovery time from stress. 
15. Eleuthero Improves Lymphatic Function
Eleutherosides have been associated with lymphatic function of the lymph node network. In a 2016 study, Eleuthero powder was found to significantly reduce edema within 2 to 4 hours after consumption in 50 healthy volunteers.
16. Eleuthero Heals Wound and Prevent Ulcers
By boosting the immune system, Eleuthero may help speed up healing process. The compound components of Eleuthero have also shown some properties that could help prevent ulcer formation, including diabetic foot ulcers.
17. Eleuthero Reduces Respiratory Tract Infections
Being an immune stimulant, Eleuthero may help bring about a shortened length and severity of lung infections such as pneumonia and influenza. 

Green tea (Camelia sinensis) extract
All tea types, except herbal, are brewed from the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis bush. The level of oxidation of the leaves determines the type of tea. Green tea is made from unoxidized leaves and is one of the least processed types of tea. For this reason, it contains the most antioxidants and beneficial polyphenols. Green tea also contains amino acids, and a bit of caffeine. People used green tea in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine to control bleeding and heal wounds, aid digestion, improve heart and mental health, and regulate body temperature. Today, studies suggest that green tea may also have positive effects on weight loss, liver disorders, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and more.

Health benefits of Green tea extract

1. Heart health
Many studies suggest that green tea consumption is associated with reduced mortality due to cardiovascular disease. The polyphenols in green tea may lower blood pressure, decrease inflammation, and improve epithelial function, which can help reduce heart disease risk in people with excess weight or obesity.
2. Lower cholesterol
Green tea extract is linked to significant but modest reductions in total low-density lipoprotein cholesterol.
3. Weight loss
Many studies found that the catechins in green tea and caffeine might have a role in increasing energy metabolism, which may lead to weight loss. A further meta-analysis of several different tea polyphenols-induced weight loss mechanisms suggested that catechins and caffeine synergistically produced weight loss effects, as opposed to them being the result of caffeine alone.
4. Inflammatory skin conditions
Green tea has anti-inflammatory properties. Clinical studies found that green tea and its major component, epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), have demonstrable anti-inflammatory effects. 
5. Stroke risk
Green tea extract with all its components including caffeine seems to be associated with a reduced risk of stroke.
6. Working memory
Some research has suggested that green tea can enhance a person’s working memory and other cognitive functions. Hence the use of green tea extract could be promising in treating cognitive impairments associated with neuropsychiatric conditions such as dementia.
7. Alzheimer’s disease
Researchers tested the effect of a component of green tea, colon-available green tea extract (CAGTE), to see how it affected a key protein in Alzheimer’s disease. The tests used CAGTE to represent green tea phytochemicals potentially available after upper gastrointestinal digestion and differentiated PC12 cells as a model for neuron cells. The researchers found that at high concentration levels, CAGTE was able to protect the cells from the damaging free radicals and beta-amyloid peptides that may play a role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
8. Supports a healthy immune system
The L-theanine and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) in green tea extract may be able to help the immune system. EGCG is also known to help balance immune responses even in people with autoimmune diseases. This and other micronutrients in green tea extract can support your body’s natural immune response in the face of viruses and infections.
9. Other benefits
Other studies have suggested that green tea might help prevent dental cavities, stress, and chronic fatigue, treat skin conditions, and improve arthritis by reducing inflammation.

Do not take the product in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute of a balanced diet. 
Keep away from young children. 
This product is not intended for the prevention, cure or treatment of a human disease. 
Consult with your doctor if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, taking pharmaceutical treatment or having health problems. 

Special precautions for product storage:
Store in a dry place at 10-25 C, in the original package. 
Protect against dampness and light.
The expiry date refers to the product in an intact packaging which is properly stored.






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