Lymphatonic is a Melilotus officinalis extract standardized 18% coumarin.
- Designed as an anti-inflammatory and anti-oedema
- Combats ulcers and swelling
- Has veinotonic and capillary-protective properties
Lymphatonic capsules contain Lymphaselect®, a patented extract of Melilotus officinalis standardized to provide 18% coumarin. The medicinal properties of Melilotus officinalis extract were recognized long ago by our ancestors — specifically for inflammation, ulcers and swelling.
The standardized extract of Melilotus officinalis contains several benefits due to its contents in coumarins, flavonoids and terpenoids. It has veinotonic and capillary-protective properties, largely due to the presence of flavonoids. Its main constituent, coumarin, belongs to the family of benzopyrones, known for their ability to reduce protein-rich oedemas. Melilotus officinalis is also referred to as sweet clover or yellow sweet clover. This sweet clover plant contains many lymphatonic benefits.
Scientific research has shown that standardized extract of Melilotus officinalis:
Plenty of research looking into the health benefits of lymphatonic supplements has been. Let’s take a closer look at the Melilotus officinalis uses that have been the most heavily researched.
Clinical studies have shown this standardized extract may help alleviate lymphatic system blockage or chronic venous insufficiency. In addition, studies on baboons, as well as humans, have shown no liver toxicity. In particular, they have found that administering the extract reduced a wide range of problems, including inflammation, ulcers, hemorrhaging and pain across a variety of health-related conditions.
Taking Melilotus officinalis is considered relatively safe for most people. If you want to take advantage of the Melilotus officinalis benefits, you should first research the potential side effects.
There's always a possibility that another supplement or medication from the Melilotus officinalis family could interact with Lymphatonic. If you are taking any other supplements or medications, please speak with your healthcare professional before starting a new regimen of Lymphaselect®.
Additionally, get further guidance if you suffer from any underlying health conditions.
Pregnant women and nursing mothers should be especially cautious when taking any supplement, including those made from Melilotus officinalis leaves. Until further research is performed, pregnant and nursing women should avoid taking any new or unstudied supplements.
Don't exceed the recommended dosage and avoid use if the outer seal has been tampered with. You should keep all supplements and medications in a cool, dry place and away from pets and children.
Also, note that this product should not replace or be used as a substitute for a balanced diet combined with a healthy lifestyle. Follow all guidelines and seek help if you notice any unusual symptoms.
|Daily serving: 2 capsules
Number of servings per bottle: 60
|Quantity per serving|
|Lymphaselect™ (Mellilotus officinalis extract, standardized to 18% coumarin)||40 mg|
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice bran.|
As far as how to take yellow sweet clover — the common name for Melilotus officinalis — supplements, we recommend taking one or two capsules each day at your doctor’s discretion.
If you take two capsules a day, you will gain a two-month supply from this bottle. Otherwise, taking one a day means you get a four-month supply of our high-quality Lymphatonic 20 mg formula.
Each vegetarian capsule contains 20 mg Lymphaselect®, which is a registered trademark of Indena SpA, Milan. Unlike other Melilotus officinalis supplements on the market, we don't fill our capsules with unnecessary ingredients. In our capsules, you will only find the main ingredient, plus rice bran and acacia gum. This formulation ensures you only get what you need and nothing more.
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