MAIN ACTIVE ELEMENTS AND THEIR PROPERTIES (Unit of measurement : mg/100g)
Exercises a beneficial influence on trophism (nutrition) processes concerning every organ and all tissue and especially the walls of the blood vessels where it acts as an anti-haemorrhagic agent. It intervenes in the formation of haemoglobin, promotes tissue oxidoreduction processes, combating the destructive action of free radicals. It disciplines the metabolism of iron and calcium. It acts as an antistress agent, allowing the organism to adapt itself more easily to variations in external environmental conditions (cold, muscular effort, etc) provides a higher resistance to infective illnesses, sustaining prevention and facilitating treatment. It stimulates synthesis of connective collagen and protects mucus, it works as a cicatrizant in gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers, wounds from operations, fractures (it favours the formation of bone callus).
It is an essential amino acid found only with difficulty in vegetal forms. It favours gastric and digestive functions. Together with Vitamin C it can restrict the proliferation of the Herpes simplex virus.
Palmaria palmate can be considered a "DIGESTIVE" alga. The particular combination of vitamins, mineral salts and amino acids makes it ideal in COMBATTING STRESS.