Food Supplement

The balance in the distribution of body liquids is a fundamental premise for psychophysical wellbeing and good health status. This equilibrium can be perturbed in many conditions that alter the physiological mechanism governing the distribution of liquids between the intravascular space and the interstitial (extravascular) space eventually leading to heaviness sensation often referred to the lower limbs or worsening the cellulitis related imperfections. Cronodren contains active ingredients that are able to contribute to drainage of body liquids, such as Green Tea, Birch and Dandelion.

Features

Food Supplement, 30 tablets. Italian Parapharmaceutical Code: 921404568

Cronodren contains Green Tea, Birch, Dandelion, Troxerutin, Vitamin C, Resveratrol and Bromelain.

Green Tea (extracted from Camellia Sinensis) contributes to drainage of body liquids and to protection of cells form oxidative stress. Birch (Betula Pendula Roth) contributes to drainage of body liquids, to the functionality of the urinary tract and to the depurative functions of the body. Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Weber) contributes to drainage of body liquids and to the depurative functions of the body. Vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells form oxidative stress and to collagen synthesis for the normal function of blood vessels. The formulation is completed by Resveratrol, Troxerutin and Bromelain.

The recommended dose is 1 or 2 tablets per day. It is recommended to drink plenty of water during the day.

Keep out of the reach of children under the age of 3. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be intended or used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

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