NUT: PL 979/48
NUT: PL 979/48
Promotes the maintenance of healthy joint functions
10 times richer in harpagosides than traditional Harpagophytum (Devil's Claw) extracts (40%) !
High concentration of active substances (iridoids, including harpagosides, flavonols,...) !
Only secondary roots, rich in active substances, are used !
30 vegetable capsules
± 30 days
± 0,86 € / day
|Reduction by amount||x3||x6|
|Unit price||24,60 €||23,31 €|
|Economy||-3,88 €||-15,54 €|
Description of HarpagoFORTE
The patented extract of HarpagoForte, is very rich in active substances (iridoid, including harpagosides, flavonols, ...).
10 times richer in harpagosides than traditional Harpagophytum extracts !
HarpagoForte naturally promotes healthy joints !
Harpagoside is an iridoid and it is to this component that the beneficial effects of Harpagophytum are attributed. In our Harpagoforte you find 20 mg calculated by UV spectrum.
The problem with traditional extracts of Harpagophytum, also known as Devil's Claw, is their low content of active substances.
Only secondary roots are used for our Harpagophytum extract, because the primary root contains the same constituents, but more weakly concentrated.
Our Devil's Claw is cultivated and harvested by the people of southern Africa (Kalahari savannahs, hardwood forests in Namibia, Angola and Zimbabwe, but also Madagascar).
The studies conducted with this extract prove its effectiveness at lower dose :
1 capsule a day with water.
Not recommended in case of ulcers (stomach or duodenum) or gallstones.
Ingredients : Harpagophytum (20.8%) (Devil's Claw) (40% harpagosides) (Harpagophytum procumbens).
Excipients : microcrystalline cellulose (bulking agent), hypromellose (vegetarian capsule), anti-caking agents: silicon dioxide, magnesium salts of vegetable fatty acids; colorant: yellow iron oxide.
|Dosage form||Vegetable capsules|
|Type of product||Nutritional supplement|
|Type of therapy||Phytotherapy|
|Intolerance||Gluten FREE, Lactose FREE|
|Not recommended||En cas d’ulcères (estomac ou duodénum), Calculs biliaires|
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