Enula Nutramedix drops

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Regular price €34,95 EUR
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Unit price €116,50  per 100ml

Enula is a powerful extract from the roots of two plants traditionally associated with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. They are also intended to stimulate gastrointestinal function and thus ensure healthy metabolic function.

  • Proprietary Blend Elecampane root extract, Jalap root extract (herbal blend of elecampane root extract and jalap root extract)
  • Other ingredients: mineral water, extractant ethanol (20-24%)
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Why Enula Nutramedix drops

Are you looking for natural support to help your body with inflammatory and microbial infections? Enula could be used here. The powerful plant extract can not only provide your body with antimicrobial support, but is also associated with positive properties on the digestive system.

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Further information

Enula combines the powerful properties of two root extracts that have been known as medicinal plants since ancient times: elecampane root and jalapeña root. Both plants are associated with numerous positive health properties. Thanks to their many valuable ingredients, they are said to have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects and thus provide the body with antimicrobial support. For example, the elecampane root was used to help with respiratory problems. In addition, both plants are traditionally used to promote healthy digestive and gastrointestinal function.

You have further questions?

We try to answer all your questions with the best of our conscience. If you have any further questions, you can contact us at any time.

Can you premix NutraMedix drops?

All drop preparations can be mixed together in the same glass of water. The mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for several days before consumption.

How many drops are in a bottle?

Each 30 ml bottle of our liquid products contains around 600 drops, correspondingly each 60 ml bottle contains around 1200 drops and each 120 ml bottle contains around 2400 drops. This way you can easily calculate how many days a product will last.

How high is our bioavailability?

When we say that our products have high bioavailability, we mean that all of our products are designed to be easily absorbed by the body at a cellular level. That's why we offer many of our products in liquid form.

My child takes NutraMedix products. Is the dosage different?

The recommended dose of NutraMedix products is intended for an average-sized adult weighing 60 - 85 kg. For children, a guideline value of 1/4 of the specified dose per 15 kg of body weight may apply.

Are there scientific studies and sources on the ingredients?

The sources listed serve to provide information regarding the ingredients of this product. They do not claim to be complete or exclusive.

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22 Lamminpää, A., Estlander, T., et al. (1996). Contact Dermatitis, 34(5), 330-335.

23 Aberer W. (2008). Journal of the German Dermatological Society = Journal of the German Society of Dermatology: JDDG, 6(1), 15–24.

24 Gardner, Z., & McGuffin, M. (2013). American Herbal Products Association's botanical safety handbook (pp. 474-475). CRC Press/Taylor & Francis.

25 Brinker, F. (2001). Herb contraindications & drug interactions (p. 274). Eclectic Medical Publications.

26 Chen, J., Chen, T., & Crampton, L. (2004). Chinese medical herbology and pharmacology (pp. 1145). Art of Medicine Press.

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29 Brinker, F. (2001). Herb contraindications & drug interactions (pp. 234-235). Eclectic Medical Publications.

30 Gardner, Z., & McGuffin, M. (2013). American Herbal Products Association's botanical safety handbook (pp. 477-478). CRC Press/Taylor & Francis.

Important information about the product description (disclaimer)

This product and its description do not replace a visit to the doctor and do not represent a promise of healing, but rather serve to provide information. The statements made are based on traditional traditions and experience and have not been proven by scientific studies. If you have serious or unclear symptoms, please seek medical advice.