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CRANBERRY EXTRACT

CRANBERRIES are among the evergreen dwarf shrubs and produce a red berry, which is primarily known by its English name CRANBERRY. Altogether there are about 130 types of native plant in Europe, Asia and North America. Many health-promoting properties have been ascribed to the berries for centuries – their most valuable ingredients are flavonoids, vitamins A and C, zinc and phosphor, oleanolic acid and polyphenols, among others.

COPPER (Cu)

COPPER belongs to one of the first metals discovered by mankind and appreciated for its benefits - and, in fact, not only in its property as a soft, malleable and robust element. The elementary metal also has a long history as a therapeutic agent: Already 4,000 years ago, the Egyptians discovered the disinfecting effect of COPPER for healing wounds. Among others, COPPER is relevant also for growth and bone formation as well as the central nervous system. In addition, it plays a decisive role in the formation of blood pigment „haemoglobin“, effectively supports the body‘s own immune system and assists the body in gaining energy.

CALCIUM

CALCIUM is by quantity, the most important mineral in the body and is known to be a substantial building block of our bones and teeth. That is where 99 percentage of the entire CALCIUM of our body is located, and the rest lies in dissolved form in the extra-cellular space of blood and tissues. The CALCIUM ions handle important tasks there: They act as neuro-transmitters between the cells, they are responsible for forwarding sensory and nerve impulses and they are involved in coagulating the blood.

COLLAGEN

The fibrous protein COLLAGEN is considered to be the most important supporting and structure protein in the human body. It has a share of more than 30 % of the total mass of all proteins in the body and constitutes up to 60 % of the connective tissue. Currently, there are about 28 different types of collagen known, which, among others, are responsible for stabilising bones, teeth, tendons, ligaments as well as the skin.