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Eschscholtzia helps to cope with a stressed lifestyle - Contributes to optimal relaxation, improves the quality of natural sleep.

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Eschscholtzia helps to cope with a stressed lifestyle - Contributes to optimal relaxation, improves the quality of natural sleep.

Composition 4 capsules
Bitter orange  360 mg
Fennel 100 mg
Celeri  100 mg
Yellow lemon   60 mg
Fig tree    40 mg
Eschscholtzia   25 mg
Bergamot essential oil   24 mg

Ingredients : Bitter orange pericarp powder (citrus aurantium), Vegetable capsule, Fennel seed powders (foeniculum vulgare), celery leaf (levisticum officinale), yellow lemon fruit (citrus limon), fig leaf (ficus carica), aerial parts of eschscholtzia californica, Essential oil of bergamot peel (citrus bergamia), Anti-caking agent: rice bran, silica [nano]

PRESENTATION
Box of 100 capsules.

Net weight: 55.5g

DOSAGE 
The recommended daily dose is 4 capsules.

Directions for use:
Take 1 to 4 capsules daily with a glass of water. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The use of this dietary supplement should not be a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Store cool, dry and away from light. Product not recommended in children, pregnant or lactating women, or in case of anti-hypertensive treatment.

RECOMMENDATIONS
Product not recommended in children, pregnant or lactating women, or in case of anti-hypertensive treatment.

Allergens : contains celery and celery products

PROPERTIES
Bitter orange peel contains an essence called aurantia marine hesperidin used as a tonic in case of asthenia (symptoms of fatigue), and digestive in case of inflammation of the stomach. Renowned for its sedative and anxiolytic properties, it promotes sleep and acts on dyspeptic disorders, relating to a set of symptoms and pain whose origin is in the stomach. Beneficial on microcirculation as well as on the manifestation of transient nervousness, bitter orange peel encourages good intestinal activity and promotes weight loss.
The celery leaf, hypoglycemic (beneficial for diabetes), digestive and diuretic, is regularly used in the diets of people suffering from heart, liver or kidney disease.
The fig, used in several forms, contains different antioxidants present in large quantities in its peel, this amount varies depending on the color of the fig. The darker it is, the more antioxidants will be present. Also known to contain a high level of vitamin C, its pulp is used to relieve pain or treat inflammation.
Fennel seed contains an essential oil (anethole) with digestive (bloating, flatulence ...) and antiparasitic properties. ·       
Yellow lemon is a powerful antibacterial citrus fruit. It activates many strains and germs, facilitates the decrease of transient fatigue and hypertension. Known to stimulate the pancreas and drain the kidneys, lemon helps stop internal or external bleeding.
The Eschscholtzia or California poppy, is a natural hypnotic that acts on the one hand on sleep disorders by facilitating falling asleep, reducing nocturnal awakenings, enuresis nightmares and on the other hand on nervousness and stress, as well as psychosomatic disorders related to them, without causing any addiction.
Bergamot    essential oil Anti-infectious, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic, Bactericidal, Digestive stimulant, Deworming, Soothing and relaxing, sanitizing, Sedative, Stimulating.
Rice bran, silica [nano] is an excipient that is involved in the composition of capsules.

A bit of history...
Otherwise known as bigarade or Seville orange, bitter orange peel is the fruit of the bigaradier (of the rutaceae family). This tree, widespread from China and India to France during the Christian era, was introduced to the Mediterranean coast by the Crusaders.


In the folk tradition of China, offering a bitter orange to a young girl meant a marriage proposal. In Vietnam, it was offered to the young couple to represent the solidity of their feelings.

The Celery leaf, native to the Mediterranean basin is derived from the marsh ache that usually grows in the wetlands of Europe. Known since ancient times in Europe and Asia, Ache was used in the composition of daily soups in the Middle Ages.

However, the vegetable itself will only appear during the seventeenth century in our vegetable gardens, thanks to the work of botanists.


The fig, fruit of the fig tree is actually a false fruit, also native to the Mediterranean basin. (is not a fruit in the botanical sense of the term). Indeed, the fig is actually a receptacle where many small achene flowers are aligned in an edible pulp.

The fig tree is the first tree that the Bible speaks of in Genesis. It is one of the five fruit trees of the so-called "promised" land, along with the Olive Tree, the Vine, the Grenadier and the Date Palm.

Since ancient times, fennel has been discovered near the Mediterranean coast. It grows naturally on the side of the paths of China, Egypt, and even Greece. Driven to Britain by the Romans, some English used it as a breath cooler. In other beliefs, especially in Greek mythology, fennel was the emblem of strength and youth. In Italy, it was considered the food of the gods. Some peasants hung him around their homes, thinking that he was driving away demons and spirits.

Lemon is a citrus fruit from the lemon tree, cultivated for more than 3,000 years, first in India and China, then in Ancient Greece. Used by doctors of antiquity, it was originally recommended to relieve the symptoms of flu, colds, but also against fever and snake bites. In the Middle Ages, lemon was renowned for its high amount of vitamin C, which is used against scurvy. It also promoted the preservation of food on board boats, reducing the risk of contamination by rats, hating lemon.

Today, lemon is mostly grown in hot countries.

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Data sheet

Number of capsules
100 capsules
Active principles
Celery
bergamot essential oil
bitter orange
eschscholtzia californica
fennel
fig tree
yellow lemon
Anti-caking agents
rice bran
silica [nano]

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