Flavin77 Premium Syrup (250ml)

Flavin77 Premium Syrup (250ml)


Flavin77 Prémium szirup (250ml)


Flavin77 Premium Syrup is a special high-quality product that has been designed with two things in mind. We were the first to select the most physiologically efficient species in the herbal world, and then, as a result of years of experimentation, we were able to grind them to nano size. Thereby, the surface activity of essences beneficial to the human body has been increased one million times. Thus, the absorption of active ingredients (vitamins, flavonoids, amino acids) was greatly increased.

Why is flavonoid intake important?
In 1993, a Dutch group determined the intake values ​​of 5 compounds (apigenin, kempferol, luteolin, myricetin, quercetin) based on their own analytical studies. The daily flavonoid intake of the Dutch population was 23 mg / person. This value is probably lower than the real one because very few compounds were included in the survey. Based on the Dutch composition values ​​and their own (domestic) consumption data, Leth and Justesen found the Danish intake to be 28 mg / person / day. A shortcoming of the latter two surveys is also the small number of compounds.

In a Finnish survey, 24 flavonoids were quantified in more than 370 plant foods. Based on 1997 food consumption data, the average flavonoid intake of the Finnish population was 55.2 mg / person / day. 70% of the total intake came from fruits (mainly citrus fruits and berries), 25% from beverages (tea, orange juice), and 5% from vegetables (onions and cabbage).

A similar survey has not been conducted in Hungary so far. Estimates are based on an average of 20 mg per day.

A scientific study published by the Universidad de Barcelona in 2013 shows that overall mortality was reduced by 30% among participants who followed a high polyphenol diet (more than 650 mg / day) compared to those who followed a low polyphenol intake. (less than 500 mg / day).

The use of plants, fruits and herbs for the prevention, treatment and cure of a disease in the 19th century. until the middle of the twentieth century, it was almost dominant among the therapeutic possibilities of medicine. This has ceased with the rise of the pharmaceutical industry, but fortunately in the last 20-30 years, people are starting to rediscover the usefulness of organic drugs as a tool for modern therapy.

Recommended consumption:
– 5-10 ml / day.

– 250 ml, 500 ml.