Nowadays, nature, thanks to scientific research, provides us with nutraceutical elements with a high phytoactive activity that can contribute to joint function. Natural substances such as Curcumin and Boswellia have shown very interesting effectiveness in terms of contribution to joint function. Research has allowed us to have them in highly absorbable versions, completely natural formulations that pass easily through the intestines without activating or inhibiting Phase I and II of the liver. The presence of Ginger further favors a more effective bioavailability of all substances, since it is a powerful "bio-enhancer" of molecules.
This problem of absorption and relative bioavailability is a factor to be taken into consideration, as it is often a limitation of many active ingredients of a plant nature that are poorly absorbed in the intestine (for example Tumeric, when it is taken orally as a spice).
Flogorin® is a food supplement based on curcuminoids, Boswellia, and ginger with a very high bioavailable power, acting in synergy and contributing together to the decisive improvement of joint functionality and physiological mobility.
Turmeric rhizome has been studied worldwide in the last decade for its multiple and confirmed joint functions. Numerous authoritative studies highlight the activity of turmeric rhizomes on the joint system. Curcuminoids are the basis of this anti-inflammatory action, leading to the use of the plant by those who want to contribute to joint function.
Flogorin® specifically contains the very famous and most studied version "Curcugreen™ BCM-95®", obtained through a particular extraction process that involves the group of curcuminoids present in the root and the essential oils, including (Ar)-Turmerone. The number "95" that characterizes the "Curcugreen ™ BCM-95®" patent concerns the degree of standardization to 95% of the curcuminoid-essential oils complex, which allows a unique absorption and synergy of action that has demonstrated an extraordinary bioavailability from 7 to 9 times higher than that of the most common turmeric extracts at 95% standardization. This substance has a dossier of over 50 clinical studies and unique 15 years-long monitoring on quality-safety control.
The turmeric in this product is GMO-free and if free from any excipient or artificial coloring. Being 100% gluten-free, Flogorin® does not contain yeasts, starches, dairy products, and soy.
Boswellia resin promotes joint function and counteracts localized states of tension.
A gum resin rich in acids, tetracyclic acids, and polysaccharides is extracted from Boswellia, contributing to joint functionality.
Flogorin® contains a highly bioavailable version of Boswellia, the Biosfered patent, BosLiQ®, a highly bioavailable liquid extract with unique characteristics compared to other similar forms, characterized by the presence of acids and their esters and by the presence of high quantities of AKBA.
The Ginger rhizome in the form of dry extract titrated to 5% in gingerols, further favors joint function, counteracting localized states of tension.
The main constituents of the essential oil are sesquiterpene hydrocarbons (responsible for the typical aroma). Known for its pungent flavor, ginger has been studied in recent decades for its anti-nausea and digestive characteristics too.
The joint and synergistic administration of these three natural elements in Flogorin® significantly contributes to the normal joint function.
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