Cistus Incanus Spray
Cistus Incanus Spray – practical for the road
Cistus Incanus spray is very practical on the go and fits in any bag! A spray in the throat easily gives you the right dosage. With the spray you get vitamin C and E and you have a quick help. Thanks to the mint it contains, its taste is pleasant and for this reason its use is recommended for children as well. The vitamin C1 contained in the spray helps to strengthen your immune system.
1 Scientifically confirmed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA): Vitamin C and zinc contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system.
Ingredients / Nutritional information
Ingredients: Ingredients: Cistus Incanus extract (86%), vitamin C, water, natural mint flavor, vitamin E, preservative (potassium sorbate), sweetener (potassium acesulfame, sodium cyclamate, sodium saccharin, sucralose).
Recommended Dosage: Spray 3 times a day from 3 times (each spray = 0.1
ml – 0.9 ml / day) directly into the mouth.
Do not exceed the above recommended daily dose. Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet which is important in conjunction with a healthy lifestyle. Keep the product out of the reach of children. Shake before use and protect the product from direct sunlight. Store at room temperature and in the refrigerator after opening. Cistus Incanus Spray generally does not clean when in contact with clothing.
Did you know that…
The plant Cistus Incanus is a genus of plants of the cystidae family and thrives in the warm Mediterranean climate (eg Greece and Turkey). Under good climatic conditions the plant can grow up to one meter. During the flowering period, from April to June, its beautiful pink or purple flowers reach a diameter of 4 to 6 cm.
The Cistus Incanus plant is a native plant so it is futile to cultivate the gray hairy cyst. The plant Cistus incanus grows throughout the Mediterranean, where it grows best in calcareous and silicate soils of macchia vegetation and phrygana.
What is Kistos?
The history of the plant dates back to the 4th century BC. In the Middle East, North Africa and the European Mediterranean, Cistus Incanus soon became very popular as a delicious tea.
What does LR use of this plant?
When processing Cistus Incanus we use only finely chopped high quality leaves, which are rich in beneficial ingredients and clean of woody parts, stalks and all kinds of additives. The permanent quality controls carried out during its processing ensure the high purity and quality of the product.
Can I use Cistus Incanus for a longer period of time?
You can use Cistus Incanus capsules for a longer period of time.
What raw material does LR use for the product?
We use the variety Cistus Incanus ssp. tauricus. This plant will be found in the wild, it is not cultivated.
How is the raw material processed?
The leaves of the plant are collected, dried, cleaned and cut before being treated for extract (liquid form), by well-known manufacturers. This extract is then dried and encapsulated. The method described is by standard extraction technology.
Tea or decoction is written everywhere.
What are the advantages of capsules?
The capsules contain Cistus Incanus extract. The extract is produced by an aqueous infusion and finally subjected to a drying process. The extract will be placed inside the capsules. In general, taking a capsule is more enjoyable.