Product No.: 041010, 60 tablets / 30 g
The tart, bitter tasting herbs in this valuable food supplement are recommended in Ayurveda to be taken for one month at each change of season.
What is ama?
Ama is a term commonly used in Ayurvedic texts. The literal translation of ama is "undigested". According to the Ayurvedic texts, ama occurs when the nutrition we take in is not properly digested as a result of poor nutritional habits or weak agni (digestive fire). Ayurvedic teaching describes ama as a type of waste product in the body that can affect all possible metabolic processes. The term ama, which we have translated into English as "metabolic waste product", does not have an equivalent in Western science. Ayurveda places great emphasis on a type-specific diet, as fresh as possible, since according to Ayurvedic teaching this helps prevent the formation of ama. Ayurveda recommends a number of measures to reduce existing ama and maintain balance in the body. On our website you will find some simple tips for a healthy lifestyle that are easy to implement at home.
Our food supplements are prepared according to original, millennia-old Ayurvedic recipes from Ayurvedic writings, and have been used successfully since time immemorial. However, they do not purport to be effective in allopathic medicine. For treatment of illnesses please consult a doctor.
Dose for adults: The first 2 weeks 1 tablet twice daily, later 1 tablet 3 times daily about 1/2 hour before meals with warm water. The lowest/highest recommended daily dose (2/3 tablets) contains: iron 13/19,5 mg (93/139 % of the reference intake).
General advice required by law:
Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose.
Important: Food supplements should not be a substitute for a well-balanced, varied diet, and a healthy lifestyle.
Store this product out of the reach of young children.
Ingredients:The lowest/highest recommended daily dose (2/3 tablets) contains the following ingredients:
Tribulus terrestris 114/171 mg. Aqueous extract from: Tinospora cordifolia (guduchi) 96/144 mg, Glycyrrhiza glabra (liquorice)
95/143mg. Hemidesmus indicus 95/143 mg, Rosa centifolia 67/100 mg, Cyperus rotundus 47/70 mg, Andrographis paniculata 47/70 mg, Berberis aristata 47/70 mg, Embelia ribes 33/50 mg, Curcuma longa (turmeric) 33/50 mg, Operculina turpethum 33/50 mg, Sphaeranthus indicus 33/50 mg, Santalum album (white sandalwood) 28/42 mg, Withania somnifera (ashwagandha) 28/42 mg. Aqueous extract from: Cassia fistula 28/42 mg, Rubia cordifolia 28/42 mg, Swertia chirata 28/42 mg, Azadirachta indica (neem) 19/29 mg. Azadirachta indica (neem) 19/29 mg. Ayurvedic elemental iron 19/29 mg. Thickener acacia gum. Coating hydroxypropylmethylcellulose. Corallium rubrum (coral) 9/14 mg. Anticaking agent silicon dioxide. Lubricant talcum.
Some aspects of Ayurveda knowledge are based on principles and perspectives that differ from Western science as we know it, so please read the important information we have compiled to help you.
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