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Samento-Microbial Defense 60ml

£49.94

Product Description

TOA-Free Cat’s Claw Liquid Extract

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Antimicrobial

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Anti-Inflammatory – Helps to Maintain Flexible Joints

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Immune System Modulator

 

Samento is the trade mark for a very special variety of the Peruvian herb Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa). Cat’s Claw is a climbing vine that is native to the Amazon rainforest and has been used for over two thousands years by rainforest tribes to contribute to the immune system.

 

The Asháninka people, who have the longest recorded history of use of the herb, make a clear distinction between certain Uncaria tomentosavines – and now it has been revealed that there are indeed differences.

 

It has been shown that the action of one of the main group of actives in Cat’s Claw bark – the Pentacyclic Oxindole Alkaloids (POAs), can be adversely affected by the presence of a further group – the Tetracyclic Oxindole Alkaloids (TOAs). However, certain plants are naturally free from this second group of alkaloids and Samento is only made with TOA-Free plants.

 

NutraMedix utilizes a proprietary extraction process that provides a highly bio-active, full spectrum extract.

 

SAMENTO-MICROBIAL DEFENSE is a powerful medicinal plant, approved as a medicine in Ecuador in 2004.  Government officials have allowed 3 drug claims to be used: anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and immune system modulator.

 

Please note – the bark used in the preparation of Samento TOA-Free Cat’s Claw liquid is from entirely sustainable sources.

Ingredients: Cat’s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa-pentacyclic chemotype) extract, mineral water, gluten free ethanol (20-25%).

 

Per container: 60ml

 

Servings per container: At full dose, 20.

Suggested use:  Put 1 to 30 drops in 4 oz. of water and wait one minute before drinking.  Start with 1 drop twice daily (30 minutes before meals) increasing slowly up to 30 drops or as directed by your qualified health professional.  Do not use if pregnant or nursing.  Stop use if adverse reactions occur.