Moringa Aronia for recovery after diseases and to maintain immunity during epidemics of influenza and common cold infections. It is made on the basis of the powder from the dried leaves of the moringa tree and concentrated juice of chokeberry (aronia berries). It has a great antioxidant capacity (ORAC international scale) moringa herbal dietary fibers absorb and remove toxins from the bowel, satisfy hunger and help to normalize the activity of beneficial microflora. Aronia is effective for fighting pathogens. The plant has beneficial effects on the liver and endocrine system. Food supplements are not a medicine.

  • Does not contain any drugs or hormones, no preservatives
  • No artificial colours
  • Not tested on animals
  • Suitable for vegetarian
  • EU standards of quality control
  • GMP certificates
  • 175 ml

Ingredients: Aronia berry juice concentrate (46%), apple juice concentrate, bee honey, moringi leaf powder (5%), lemon juice concentrate, glucose syrup, dry fennel fruit extract, xanthan gum, licorice root extract; excipients (mono and diglycerides of fatty acids).

Syrup Moringa Aronia (175 ml)

  • Do not drink directly from the bottle. Keep refrigerated after opening and consume within 14 days. Do not exceed the recommended daily dosage. Keep out of reach of children. As with other food supplements seek professional advice before using if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or suffer from food allergies, and consult your doctor or pharmacist if you have an underlying medical condition, or if on medication. Vitamin supplements are not intended to treat or prevent any disease. Food supplements should not be taken as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. Always read the product directions before use. Store in a cool, dry place.

    Direction for use: Adults: 1 tablespoon (15ml) 2 times a day with meals. Duration � 1-3 weeks.Food supplements are not a medicine. Prior to use, consult with a specialist. Side effects: individual intolerance of the components of dietary supplements, pregnancy, breast-feeding, disorders of carbohydrate metabolism.

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