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Sylimafort x 30 capsules, Milk thistle

Sylimafort x 30 capsules, Milk thistle

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  • The composition of the Sylimafort dietary supplement consists of artichoke herb and milk thistle seeds. The preparation is dedicated to people who want to supplement their daily diet with ingredients supporting the proper functioning of the liver.

Sylimafort ingredients:

Milk thistle seeds, artichoke herb, capsule ingredients (gelatin, dyes: titanium dioxide, iron oxides).

The content of ingredients in one capsule / in two capsules: milk thistle seeds - 250mg / 500mg, artichoke herb - 80mg / 160mg.

Sylimafort operation:

Artichoke herb is a source of cynarin, while the seeds of milk thistle - silymarin. The Sylimafort dietary supplement contains both milk thistle and artichoke herb. These ingredients help in the proper functioning of the liver, and also support the process of bile secretion. They support liver regeneration and have a detoxifying effect. They help soothe digestive problems and support the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.

Sylimafort dietary supplement intended to be used to supplement the daily diet with artichoke herb and milk thistle seeds.

Additional information:
Dietary supplement can not be used as a substitute, i.e. a replacement for a varied diet. Maintaining a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle is important. The product should be stored out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light.

Do not use in case of hypersensitivity to any component of the dietary supplement.

How to use Sylimafort capsules:

Recommended daily dose: two capsules. Take one capsule twice a day. Use before eating with liquid. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day.

Net weight: 12.2g (30 x 406mg).


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