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Buckbean: natural ingredient of E > Micra

Active principles

Buckbean: natural ingredient of E > MicraThe eteroside meniantoside, the glucoside meliatoside, modest essential oil, phytoste-
rols, small amounts of the alkaloid genzianina, tannins, choline. The buckbe-
an is characterized by the intense taste bitter, clear and pure.

To the characteristics bittering quality, join those digestive and tonic of the plant, which stimulate the intestinal activity and regularize the digestive process also eliminates the undesirable side events such as loss of appetite, stomach pains and abdominal bloating and headaches.
At these appreciable particularity unite those for the dietary intake of vitamins and minerals, thanks to the presence of vitamin C and iron salts in the leaves.

The buckbean is also considered suitable in hepatic failure as it contains active ingredients cinarino similar favorable to the stimulation and detoxification.

In buckbean are present the flavonoids which prove the virtues of anti-inflammatory conferred to the plant. Therapeutic use: lack of appetite, dyspepsia, postprandial headache.

It is considered that the results produced by this plant on digestive processes are due to a neurovegetative behavior balancer and it is for this reason that the buckbean is considered one of the most valuable remedies in the treatment of various forms of dyspepsia, especially those found in neurasthenic subjects.

The clover stimulates the appetite, improves digestion and is especially valid in the postprandial headaches and migraines that affect dyspeptic patients. These properties can be attributed to an action of stimulation of liver function due to the presence of compounds like cinarino.


Bittering, aperitif, digestive, antispasmodic, depurative, dietary, anti-inflammatory.

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