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HEPUDRAIN [Specialities]

HEPUDRAIN is a dietary supplement that provides, by means of the six active ingredients in a fully natural way for an efficient detoxification of the liver.
natural energy HEPUDRAIN
Prijs : € 60 capsules
(CNK: 3255-320) at your pharmacist

Nowadays, our body is constantly inundated by toxins, mainly originating from our daily food (pesticides, preservatives, artificial flavors, fragrances and dyes), but also from medication and environmental pollution.

Therefore our body needs to detoxify permanently from these toxins. Detoxification occurs mainly in the liver. In case of a high toxic load and/or a liver disorder, an overload of the liver may concur resulting in a insufficient detoxifying effect of the liver. Often, this leads to a reduced quality of life with momentary complaints such as fatigue, headache, abdominal discomfort, constipation, nausea, a metallic taste, skin complaints and itching.

HEPUDRAIN contains as active ingredients milk thistle,artichoke, boldo, choline, turmeric and N-acetyl-cysteine. The synergistic effect of these six active ingredients ensures an detoxification effect acting at phase 1 and phase 2 of the detoxification of the liver.


Instruction for use
 2 capsules per day with the main meal. 

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of reach of young children.
Nutritional supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Children, pregnant women and women who are breastfeeding, consult your pharmacist before use. HEPUDRAIN contains N-acetyl-cysteine, this should not be administered to children under 12.
Check with simultaneous intake of medicines.
No long-term use without professional advice.

PL_AS 1429/29


Range of usage

• Detoxification of the liver.

Ingredients per 2 capsule
Anti-caking agents (Magnesium silicate, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide) 250 mg, CHOLINE BITARTRATE, Gelatin, Cynara scolymus l. (Artichoke) extract 200 mg, Peumus boldus Molina (Boldo) extract 200 mg, Silybum marianum (l.) Gaertn. (Milk thistle) extract 200 mg, Curcuma longa l. (Turmeric) extract 150 mg, N-acetyl-cysteine 100 mg
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