ULCERINE

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ULCERINE 120tabs - for stomach and duodenum

How does it act? Ulcerin relieves the nervous stomach, normalizes acidity, reduces pains and spasm in the stomach.

How and how much can be taken? Ulcerin is taken from 3 to 6 tablets a day after eating, and the supportive dosage is 1 tablet 3 times daily. The favorable action of Ulcerin appears after the first week of reception. To achieve permanent results it should be taken continuously (at least 3-4 months).

The herbs used in Ulcerin are ecologically clean. They are gathered from the cleanest regions of Bulgaria – the mountains of Rhodopes, Rila, Pirin and Stara Planina. They are designed to be taken by each patient with maximum ease. The product does not contain preservatives, coloring agents and stabilizers. The inulin is a prebiotic obtained from the plant cicoria and represents diet, soluble fibers with strongly favorable effect on health. Reception of inulin: increases the absorption of microelements – Ca, Mg, Fe and Zn; strengthens the bone-joint system; balances the stomach acidity; increases immunity; helps for the growth of the beneficial bacteria – Lactobacillus and Bifidus. In the large intestine, inulin produces butyric acid, which has anti-cancer effect.

Are there any undesired or side effects? Ulcerin has no undesired and side effects. The product has been offered on the market for 8 years and the tolerance towards it is proven positive. Overdosage with Ulcerin is not possible. Ulcerin could not harm you because it is a real natural product, beneficial to your health. It is not addictive and no allergic and toxic effects are observed.

Is its combination with other medicines and herbs possible? Ulcerin can be combined with all medications prescribed by your treating physician as well as with other herbal products, which you are taking.

Ingredients:
  • inulin
  • Acorus calamus
  • Plantago
  • Marigold
  • Centaurium erythraea
  • Coriander
  • Liquorice
  • Tutsan
  • Anethum graveolens
  • Mint plant
  • Gentian
  • Chamomile