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Kneipp Nettle Coated Tablets 90 cap

by Kneipp
Original price €5,79 - Original price €5,79
Original price €5,79
€5,79
€5,79 - €5,79
Current price €5,79
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  • Ingredients
  • Kneipp nettle coated tablets helps naturally flushing and also with dehydration cures. It has active ingredients: nettle leaf powder 185 mg, nettle leaf dry extract 35 mg. 

    Traditional herbal medicine to support the excretory function of the kidneys, exclusively based on long-term use. Contains glucose and sucrose (sugar).

    A lack of exercise and an unhealthy diet can have an unpleasant effect on the body's water balance. Kneipp nettle coated tablets contain a high proportion of valuable ingredients. They noticeably stimulate kidney activity in connection with an abundant supply of fluids.

    The body is thus flushed naturally, which helps to support the metabolism. The nettle is used in traditional European medicine (TEM). Kneipp® nettle coated tablets contain 35.0 mg dry extract per coated tablet corresponding to approx. 192 mg nettle leaves and 185 mg nettle leaf powder.

    This means that 1 coated tablet corresponds to approx. 377 mg of nettle leaves. A tip: a sufficient supply of fluids (at least two liters per day) supports the effect considerably!

  • For use in adults and adolescents from 12 years of age.

    Take 1 to 2 coated tablets three times a day before meals with sufficient liquid, preferably a glass of water (250 ml).

    For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

  • One coated tablet (= coated tablet) of Kneipp® nettle coated tablets contains: Active ingredients: nettle leaf powder 185.0 mg, dry extract of nettle leaves (4-7: 1) 35.0 mg, extracting agent: water Other ingredients: highly dispersed silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate (Ph. Eur.)

    [Vegetable], corn starch, shellac (wax-free), sucrose (sucrose), spray-dried gum arabic, glucose syrup, talc, calcium carbonate, macrogol 6000, long-chain partial glycerides.