Our Superfood natural supplements that you can use in any food even as a spice or in any drink are also effective to restore your health or be used as a preventative to have a healthy and happy life full of positive energy.
The ingredients are exclusively from plants or mushrooms that have been dried and ground and mixed to obtain the specific effectiveness and are absolutely free of any chemicals. (Тhey are also great for your pets)
Our recommendation for a standard dose of consumption is half a teaspoon once or twice a day.
|NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION||PER 100G||PER SERVE|
|Luteolin 98% (mg)||100000||50|
Promotes Necessary Proactive System Balance
Luteolin is a natural bioflavanoid that has been shown to have a positive impact on health. Regularly and proactively ingesting Luteolin can help achieve a positive balance within the body. This allows for optimum performance and prepares the body to deal with stress and inflammation that may assist in the following:
Support of the immune system
Increase in stamina
Supported quality of sleep
What are the benefits of Luteolin?
Luteolin is an all natural compound found in many plants, fruits and vegetables. It is most commonly used as a health supplement to:
Help activate antioxidants
Help reduce inflammation
Assist in muscle function
Promote brain health
Promote a healthy nervous system
Natural detoxification-clearer skin-Mental alertness
Stress And Inflammation Assistance: Increase Stamina, Mood, & Energy
Anti-Inflammatory: Helps fight the cell-damaging effects of free radicals
Luteolin powder can reduce the degree of liver fibrosis, reduce the content of hydroxyproline (HYP), malondialdehyde (MDA) and the expression of type I procollagen mRNA in liver tissues, and can inhibit hepatic stellate cells (HSC) in vitro Proliferation and collagen synthesis. It can also improve the histopathological changes of pulmonary fibrosis caused by bleomycin, reduce lung mass index, significantly reduce the increase of MDA and HYP, and inhibit the expression of transforming growth factor-β1 (TGF-β1) mRNA in lung tissue , In vitro can inhibit the proliferation of human embryonic lung fibroblasts and promote their apoptosis.
|Color||Light yellow powder|
|Particle Size||100％pass 80mesh|
|Total Plate count||≤1000cfu/g|
|Yeast & mold||≤100cfu/g|
Cardiac protection and the fight against hypertension:
These effects are in part due to its vasorelaxant, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant capabilities (RHOGHANI & al, 2004).
It inhibits platelet aggregation and thrombus formation (HUBBARD & al, 2004).
The improvement of the endothelial function is likely through an improvement of the e NOS (NO endothelial synthase). This results in vasodilatation, decreases the signs of hypertension and thus preserves the heart, vessels and kidneys from morphological and functional alterations (PEREZ-VIZCAINO, 2009).
It improves the function of the left ventricle. It reduces systolic and diastolic pressure, improves glomerular filtration rates in patients with gout and essential hypertension who have received a Luteolin supplement for one year (KONDRATIUK & SYNYTSIA, 2018).
The effect on blood vessels
Luteolin can inhibit vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF)-induced rabbit corneal angiogenesis in vivo; it can inhibit tumor growth and angiogenesis in murine xenograft tumor models; it can inhibit VEGF-induced human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs) in vitro Survival and proliferation. It can significantly inhibit the proliferation and DNA synthesis of vascular smooth muscle cells induced by platelet-derived growth factor-BB (PDGF-BB), and can block the cell cycle in the G1 phase. It can concentration-dependently reduce the tension of phenylephrine pre-constricted blood vessels, antagonize the vasoconstriction caused by high potassium, have arterial relaxation, and its vasodilation effect is not endothelial-dependent, and its mechanism of action is directly related to the direct inhibition of voltage-dependent calcium channels, Receptor-operated calcium channels, intracellular calcium release, and activation of potassium channels are related, but have nothing to do with α and β receptors.