Instructions for Dihydroquercetin
Microcrystalline cellulose (carrier),
plant-derived calcium stearate and amorphous silicon dioxide (anti-caking agents).
"Dihydroquercetin" is used for prophylaxis or in the complex treatment of angina pectoris, arrhythmia, coronary heart disease, chronic heart failure, hypertension.
The action of dietary supplements on the heart and blood vessels:
Helps maintain optimal blood viscosity
helps maintain normal heart rate and blood pressure;
participates in the process of converting "bad" cholesterol to "good";
gives a general strengthening effect on the cardiovascular system.
The action of dietary supplements on the bronchi and lungs:
participates in maintaining the tone of the bronchial wall, normal patency of the bronchial tree;
Helps ease breathing
contributes to the preservation of the physiological functions of the respiratory system.
Recommendations for use Dihydroquercetin:
Adults take 1 tablet daily with meals.
Individual intolerance to product components.
There are no restrictions and contraindications for taking the drug during pregnancy and lactation.
The dihydroquercetin dietary supplement is formulated to help you keep your heart, lungs, and bronchi healthy. The effect is achieved due to the positive effect on the vessels of these organs and the rheological characteristics of the blood.
Small capillaries and large veins penetrate all tissues of the human body, delivering nutrients to the cells. Improper lifestyle, chronic diseases can lead to structural changes in the veins: the tone of the walls worsens, they do not receive enough oxygen, atherosclerotic plaques form, which slows down the blood flow.
As a result, the vascular bed ceases to fulfill its functions in full. But the health of the whole organism depends on the state of the circulatory system.
To protect blood vessels from changes, bioflavonoid preparations can be used. So called plant pigments, which play an important biological role for the human body, acting as powerful antioxidants and capillary protectors.
The most effective flavonoid in this regard is dihydroquercetin isolated from the bark of Siberian larch. In structure, it is similar to routine, but far superior to it in pharmacobiological activity. Once in the body, the substance slows down the process of lipid peroxidation and improves metabolism in the venous wall.
Thus, normal blood circulation, sufficient strength and elasticity of the veins are maintained. Their walls harden and become less susceptible to structural changes.