The TweeG Dren Plus preparation is especially indicated to combat the
fluid retention and prevent circulatory problems.
TweeG Dren Plus, 250ml
Protector and reducer, it acts on the whole organism. We will also advise it to people who stay a long time standing.
Grass (Cyanodon dactylon):
Herbaceous plant found in practically all exempt countries from extreme climates, it breeds on the edge of roads and farmland, its leaves are lanceolate and narrow, and its small violet flowers cluster together. Due to its diuretic and hepatoprotective effect, it is one of the fundamental plants in the TweeG Dren Plus formula.
Sarsaparilla (Smilax aspera):
Perennial plant that remains green all year round, grows in ravines,
holm oak and hedges of the Iberian peninsula, also found in tropical countries. Its efficacy as a cleanser, diuretic and sudorific make it important for any cleanser and diuretic.
Fumaria (Fumaria officinalis):
Annual herbaceous plant, with low stem and white leaves whose flowers are
They group in clusters and stand out for their violet color, it grows basically throughout the Mediterranean. Its cleansing, diuretic and cholagogue effects make its synergy with Sarsaparilla perfect to enhance all its benefits.
Paretaria (Parietaria officinalis):
Plant also called Grass of the walls for being in the cracks of walls and cuts of walls; It is found in Central and Mediterranean Europe. In addition to its diuretic effect, it is a liver decongestant and is used to treat kidney conditions.
Its teeth-like leaves have given it its name, its yellow flowers and its down-shaped fruits make it very distinguishable; It grows anywhere, although it has diversities depending on the climate. It is used against disorders of the urinary system, its diuretic and colagogo effects are appreciable and effective in the preparation.
Arenaria (Arenaria rubra): Herbaceous deciduous or biennial plant, has small, linear leaves and grows in the Mediterranean basin, Central Europe and North America. It has a quantity of flavonoids that give it a diuretic action, as well as coumarins and an antililioma action (property of dissolving kidney stones). It is recognized since ancient times and widely used in herbal medicine.
Nettle (Urtica dioica):
Also called Stinging Nettle, it is a perennial herbaceous plant that can reach a height of 1.5 m., Popularly little appreciated for its itchy skin that rubs against it. It is appreciated as an excellent liver drainage and diuretic.
Horsetail (Equisetum arvense):
Herbaceous plant of about 20 cm. tall, it is a flowerless plant with a hollow, jointed stem, its very small leaves gathering in a pod around the stem. A diuretic would be difficult without the Horsetail, since its diuretic action is accompanied by a strong remineralization that makes it not only advisable, but essential in order to avoid mood states.
Oregano (Oreganum volgare):
Perennial plant of about 50 cm. sparingly branching and each branch
ends with a bouquet of purple flowers; It grows on stony ground in Asia and Europe. It is an aid to avoid general asthenia, and a great help for the remineralizing effects of Horsetail.
Desmodium (Desmodium adcendens):
From the Fabáceas family, the flowers are clustered and showy for their colors; it grows in Equatorial Africa and the Amazon Forest. Its uses in herbal medicine are multiple, although in the formula we use it for its preventive effects on liver disease, for liver and gallbladder disorders.
Melilot (Melilotus officinalis):
Biannual herbaceous, with alternate leaves and trimeras, and with a spike of
very small yellow inflorescences on the upper part of the stem. Gently diuretic, it is a good synergizer of Green Nettle.
How to use :
Pour 2 or 3 caps in a liter and a half of water, and drink throughout the day.
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