The blackcurrant and the Harpagophytum are complementary plants!
20% of the French population are affected by joint disorders!
1000 tonnes of Harpagophytum are exported each year to Western countries!More
375 mg/d of blackcurrant dry extract
4/1 extraction ratio
1 500 mg/d dry plant equivalent
4,1 Kcal/d energetic value
Put under the tongue, directly or in a spoon
1 to 3 sprays/d preferably in the morning
When using the AIRLESS pump for the first time, press several times to activate it
Ingredients (for 3 sprays or 1.5 ml): 375 mg of blackcurrant dry extract (leaf; 4/1), incl. 3.75 mg min. of flavonoids; 219 mg of Harpagophytum dry extract (roots; 2/1), incl. 3.29 mg min. of harpagosides; organic rice syrup; water; organic agave syrup; vegetable glycerine; acidity corrector: citric acid; natural lemon aroma; guar gum; preservatives: potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate; sweeteners: acesulfame potassium, sucralose.
You should not exceed the recommended doses. Keep out of the reach of young children. This food supplement is not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle. Those receiving medical treatment should consult their pharmacist or doctor before starting to take the supplement. Unsuitable for people who are allergic to one of the constituents. The natural character of the ingredients is likely to result in slight variations in the colour and initial texture of the product without altering the quality. Food supplement with sugars and sweeteners.
The first written document concerning the blackcurrant dates from the 12th century: Hildegard of Bingen, a German nun and expert in botany, advocated its use to her followers. There was a blackcurrant craze in the 18th century: the word appeared in the dictionary and it became fashionable in Paris as a drink: bistros offered it in the same way as bread or salt: a jug of cassis was used to lend flavour to vermouth, bitters and wine.
This plant from the deserts of Africa owes its nickname of "devil's claw" to the very specific shape of its root and to its fruit, which clings obstinately to animals' hooves and fur. The last ones to have contact with it start to dance like the devil! Its scientific name, Harpagophytum, comes from the shape of its fruit, which calls to mind a grappling hook - harpagos in Greek.
The blackcurrant contains a wide palette of nutrients:
• 10 different minerals: magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, iron, copper, manganese, selenium, zinc and iodine
• Vitamin C
Harpagophytum also offers a large number of nutrients:
• Vitamins (beta-carotene, B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, B12, C)