Plantavis water umbilical horsetail capsules, good for the skin with hyaluronic acid 60 capsules
Natural strength for the skin with hyaluronic acid
Water umbilical horsetail capsules with hyaluronic acid and natural cell protection complex
Dietary supplement with vitamins, minerals and valuable herbal extracts for the skin - high-quality quality product from PlantaVis.
Wassernabel field horsetail capsules with hyaluronic acid and the integrated, exclusive cell protection complex from PlantaVis
Good for the skin
Zinc, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin A and hyaluronic acid contribute to the maintenance of normal skin
The skin is the mirror of the soul and the largest organ in the human body. So that your skin looks fresh, soft and radiant, the pennywort horsetail capsules support and contribute to normal collagen formation. The skin separates the body from the outside and is also part of the human immune system. The skin enjoys a varied and nutrient-rich diet. Various vitamins and trace elements support normal skin function.
The medicinal plants pennywort and field horsetail love water and grow best in humid tropical and subtropical regions. In her homeland of Madagascar, Vietnam and India, the healing properties of the water umbilicus have been valued for centuries - whether Ayurveda, homeopathy or Asian medicine. Field horsetail is rich in various minerals such as manganese, calcium and especially silica.
The nutritional supplement with pennywort and field horsetail promotes the healthy balance of your skin in a natural way.
The vital substances
Vitamin B2, vitamin B3 and vitamin A contribute to normal skin.
The trace element zinc also contributes to normal skin.
Zinc also contributes to normal protein synthesis.
Zinc also contributes to the normal metabolism of vitamin A.
Vitamin C contributes to the normal synthesis of collagen in the skin.
Vitamin C contributes to a normal immune system.
Vitamin C protects the cells from oxidative stress.
Manganese contributes to the normal formation of connective tissue.
Hyaluronic acid as a water reservoir.
Hyaluronic acid has the ability to bind very large amounts of water relative to its mass (up to six liters of water per gram). The vitreous humor of the human eye z. B. consists of 98 percent water, which is bound to only two percent hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid can also store water and moisture in the skin.
What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is an unsulfated glycosaminoglycan, which is a very important part of connective tissue and also plays a role in cell proliferation and cell migration.
An average man weighing 70kg has roughly 15g of hyaluronic acid in the body, a third of which is degraded and synthesized every day.
Hyaluronic acid is nicknamed "the key to the fountain of youth" because it is precisely the people who consume hyaluronic acid in their food that reach a very old age. Could hyaluronic acid be a cure for skin aging?
Function of hyaluronic acid
From birth we have plenty of hyaluronic acid in our body. However, this proportion diminishes over time. This reduction process can have a huge impact on the aging process.
Hyaluronic acid is found in the deeper layers of the skin, also known as derma skin. It helps to refine the complexion, as there is water storage in the skin.
Why take hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid helps maintain the level of collagen. Under normal circumstances, collagen fluid loss is a natural process that is often associated with the visual aging process.
Why Zinc? After iron, zinc is the second most abundant trace element in our body
We have stored 2-3 g of zinc, mostly in the skeletal muscles, in bone tissue as well as in skin, nails and hair. The high content explains why zinc is particularly important for the health of skin, hair and nails. It is also crucial for protein synthesis and cell division. They are not possible without zinc and therefore no growth. That's because zinc is required for more than 200 enzymes to function and is involved in an incredible number of metabolic reactions. These include, for example, the metabolism of insulin, sex hormones, growth hormones, nerve carriers (neurotransmitters) and connective tissue proteins (collagen). Zinc is involved in the formation of growth, thyroid and sex hormones, influences the sensory functions such as smell, taste, sight and hearing,
Zinc is therefore of immense importance for our health. It is valued for its immune-stimulating, antiviral and antioxidant effects.
Zinc has to be taken in regularly with food. You can cover the need through diet.
Those who are healthy and have a really healthy and balanced diet - unfortunately only very few do that - can cover this need with food. However, only 10-40% of the zinc supplied with food is actually absorbed by the body (in the small intestine), the rest is excreted unchanged (90% via the stool, 10% via the kidneys). As soon as this normal absorption is disturbed, for example due to illness, special dietary habits or other factors, a zinc deficiency can easily occur. This is widespread.
Vegetarians eat a particularly low-zinc diet
Grains and vegetables contain plenty of zinc, but the body cannot make good use of this zinc because it binds the dietary fiber (phytic acid) it contains in a complex. Similarly, calcium, iron, copper, phosphates (e.g. in cola, lemonades), oxalates and tannins in the diet hinder the use of zinc. This becomes explosive for vegetarians who completely avoid zinc-containing products of animal origin such as eggs and milk.
The body needs more zinc for:
- oxidative stress
- weakened immune system
- Skin diseases
- increased alcohol consumption
- heavy exposure to heavy metals
Symptoms and diagnosis of zinc deficiency
Constant infections and skin problems can indicate a zinc deficiency.
For a long time, the signs of a zinc deficiency are unspecific and are often only taken seriously when the immune system is weakened or there are persistent disorders of the skin, nails and hair. Typical symptoms are:
Skin changes (pustules, redness, eczema, dry and flaky skin), wound healing disorders, mucosal inflammation, growth disorders of hair and nails (e.g. white spots on the nails, brittle nails and hair, as well as hair loss)
Weakening of the immune system (increased susceptibility to infections, e.g. frequent colds) .
In addition, the following symptoms can indicate a zinc deficiency:
- Inflammation of the intestines, diarrhea
- Stunted growth in children, delayed sexual maturity (the gonads do not develop properly or shrink because the production of sex hormones is impaired)
- psychological changes (depressive moods)
- poor night vision
- Odor and taste disorders
- Loss of appetite, weight loss, weakness, chronic fatigue.
Take two capsules a day with sufficient liquid after breakfast. The products should be used consistently over the long term, because this is the only way to ensure that the high-quality active ingredients achieve the desired results.
One can is enough for one month's needs and is suitable for permanent use.
Duration of use Recommendation: permanent use, at least a four-month treatment.
The recommended daily intake recommended must not be exceeded. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of children. Store the product dry, protected from light and not above 25 ° C.
Do not use this product if the security seal is broken.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please contact your doctor before using the product.
Millet powder, capsule shell: hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, cell protection complex (Camu Camu extract with 20% L-ascorbic acid1, L-ascorbic acid1, jiaogulan extract, cordycep powder, shiitake powder, caper extract, astragaloside extract, astragaloside extract, 1% chlorine, barley extract with 20-25% gllin Melon extract (Extramel®), black pepper extract with 95% piperine), bamboo shoot extract with 75% silicon, zinc gluconate, 4.5% field horsetail extract, 4.5% pennywort, L-ascorbic acid, nicotinic acid amide, marigold extract (5% zeaxanthine), hyaluronic acid (4.75 mg per capsule), anti-caking agent: magnesium salts of fatty acids, medium-chain triglycerides, retinylacetate, riboflavin, sodium selenite pentahydrate (selenium)
Below is an excerpt from the ingredients with explanations:
Camu: Camu extract with 20% L-ascorbic acid. The Camu Camu shrub grows in the western Amazon. Its fruits contain up to 40 times more vitamin C than oranges. We now know that secondary plant substances can increase the antioxidant, cell-protecting effect of vitamin C in the body many times over, which is why vitamin C from natural sources is more beneficial. As a responsible, nature-loving company, PlantaVis uses Camu Camu from plantations and not from wild collections.
Jiaogulan extract: Jiaogulan, in Chinese Xiancao, in German immortality, is drunk as a tea in China. As with numerous other tea herbs, it is above all the secondary plant substances in this tea that have a variety of health-promoting properties for the human organism. The high content of ginsenosides, a group of substances that we already know from ginseng, is striking. Ginseng used to be eaten as a vegetable because of its invigorating properties.
Melon extract: The melon extract is rich in superoxide dismutases, a group of enzymes that help convert the highly reactive superoxide radical into hydrogen peroxide. Superoxide radicals can arise to a greater extent in various diseases. They damage proteins and genes in the body and are therefore among the causes of oxidative stress.
Capers extract: In addition to flavonoid glycosides and rutin, capers contain a mustard oil glycoside after previous, short withering and subsequent soaking in vinegar. Although numerous Mediterranean herbs are among our European medicinal herbs today, capers are only important in our kitchen. In folk medicine, however, they were known, among other things, as a recommendation for chronic inflammatory diseases.
Shiitake: Who doesn't know this slightly leathery, fluffy mushroom in Chinese food. While we are primarily interested in the taste of our dishes, the Chinese have been keeping it for millennia, just like Hippocrates in ancient times, and use foods specifically against health disorders. So it's no wonder that this fungus can also be found in the Chinese pharmacopoeia for various ailments.
Other components of the cell protection complex are cordycep powder, astragaloside extract (1%), barley extract with 20-25% ß-glucan, chlorophyllin, black pepper extract and L-ascorbic acid.