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Greek Hay: natural ingredient of Zetastop

Other features and properties of Greek Hay

Greek Hay: natural ingredient of ZetastopIt is a plant rich in active ingredients including important lysine that significantly increases the very difficult absorption of calcium, which is essential during lactation, not only for the baby but also for the mother.

Are also present linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid, calcium and iron, vitamin B complex, vitamin A and C.

Constituents of Greek Hay

The greek hay has a high nutritional value for the richness of: carbohydrates, proteins, nucleus proteins, and lecithin fosfatilicone. It also contains:

  • Minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron that is absorbed quickly, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chloride, silica, minerals, enzymes
  • Saponins: especially the sapogenins diosgenin (from which we extract the hormones of synthetic production) and its isomer yamogenina, gitogenina and tigogenina
  • Flavonoids: including vitexin and the glycosides and esters, isovixetina, Orientina, vinenine 1 and 2, quercetin and luteolin. It contains steroidal compounds
  • Fenugrecina: ester peptide to a steroid sapogenin hypoglycemic action has anti-inflammatory properties as well as cardiotonic. From aqueous extracts of the seeds has been demonstrated stimulation of the uterus and bowel, and a positive chronotropic effect on the heart
  • High content of essential amino acids not readily available in nature, such as lysine (high amount of lysine than soy makes it a food with high nutritional value). The furostanic glycosides have a bitter taste and may be the bitter principle of the drug
  • Alkaloids, mucilage, sterols: Cholesterol, Sitosterol, Flavonoids. The seeds of fenugreek have recently received some interest as a raw material for the production of Diosgenin employed in the synthesis of steroid hormones.
Active principles of Fenu Greek

Below a list is reported of ingredients of fenugreek: essential oil (anethole), proteins, fats, sugars, amino acids, mucilage, lecithin, flavonoids, including vitexin, isovitexin, rutin, lignin, Orientina, vinenine 1 and 2, quercetin and luteolin, phosphorus, iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sulfur, sodium, chloride, silica, minerals, enzymes, steroidal saponins, diosgenin, yamagenina, glycosides, carbohydra-
tes, linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, nicotinic acid , nicotinamide, ascorbic acid, contains carbo-
hydrates, proteins, nucleoprotidi, fosfaticolina, lecitina trigofenosidi AG, lipids, trigonelline, vitamins A, B, choline, C, B vitamins, rutin, vitamin D, vitamin P, bitter principles, mucilage which soothe inflamed or irritated tissues.

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