Botanical name: Grindelia Robusta Habitat: original of California, planted in Europe

Plant parts used: flower heads Active ingredients and nutrients: Diterpene acids (grindelic acid), flavonoids (quercetin, chrysocryl, camphor), triterpene saponins, essential oil (0.5%)

Therapeutic properties: The Grindelia contains two of the most well-known flavonols, quercitin and kempferol, substances capable of inhibiting an enzyme released during the inflammatory process, the so-called “leukocyte elastase”, which can damage the respiratory epithelium if produced in a disorderly manner by organism, as happens in the case of inflammatory states of the respiratory system.

For prevention and control of: VIRAL INFECTION DISORDERS

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