The phytocomplexes of
- Cynara scolymus (Flavonoids, Tannins, Sterols),
- Uncaria tomentosa wild (pentacyclic oxindole alkaloids, triterpenes, glycosides of quinovic acid) and
- Salvia officinalis (Flavonoids, Ketones, Chlorogenic acid, Rosmarinic acid) perform a synergistic action that can help regulate milk secretion.
Composition: Water, Sodium chloride, Barks (Uncaria tomentosa dried bark macerated), Fructose.
Additives per kg: Sensory additives: Salvia officinalis L.: tincture 60.000 mg, Cynara scolymus L.: tincture 3.000 mg; Technological additives: 1k202 3.000 mg, 1a330 1.000 mg.
Cat’s claw (Uncaria tomentosa wild) is a plant of the Rubiaceae family, also known as “uña de gato”; or cat’s claw, due to the shape of its hook-like thorns, which allow the plant to hook and support itself to nearby trees, growing upwards in search of light. It is known for its immunostimulant, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, it is useful against infections.
Salvia officinalis is a plant of the Labiatae or Lamiaceae family (the same as thyme and mint), native to the Middle East and the Mediterranean, but now widespread almost all over the world.
Well known and used in the kitchen to flavor dishes, sage is also known as a remedy in folk medicine for its
- healing properties.
Its name derives from salvus, meaning healthy, due to the healthy virtues attributed to the plant.
In popular medicine, it is used to facilitate weaning, due to its galactofugal action.
Its use, in fact, makes the taste of breast milk more unpleasant and decreases its production.
Salvia officinalis against digestive disorders
As mentioned, by virtue of its choleretic properties, sage can be considered a valid aid in counteracting digestive disorders and can also be useful in case of loss of appetite.
Cynara scolymus or artichoke. The drug of this herbaceous plant, biennial or perennial, is made up of the leaves, especially those of the first year.
The artichoke is used in digestive, purifying and aperitif herbal formulations.