Products in this category provide the necessary support for specific health applications, developed based on the unique Terranova concept of synergistic holistically balanced formulations. …The ingredients for each product are selected based on nutritional and botanical research. Although some of these products are 100% botanical and considered whole foods in their composition, most combine botanical ingredients, whole foods and nutraceutical ingredients.
A phytocomplex is a compound biological system, in the form of a complex of thousands of molecules that act synergistically. Therefore, a phytocomplex is considered both as a multiform and unitary entity, which represents the totality and synergy of a medicinal plant. A phytocomplex is specifically designed for certain types of health purposes. Here are the benefits of selected ingredients for Terranova formulas.
Known by the popular name of 'Indian incense', Boswellia serrata is a plant specific to India and Pakistan, especially popular in the Punjab area, whose resin is used for medicinal purposes in the tradition of Ayurvedic medicine to treat arthritis, although the plant is currently used with positive effects in the case of chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis and asthma. Boswellic acids are the active substances of the plant responsible for the therapeutic action in the face of inflammatory reactions. Boswellia supports the body's effort to restore mobility, acting as both an anti-inflammatory and an analgesic.
It is an organic ingredient based on sulfur extracted from living sources. MSM is an active mineral with multiple health benefits for the body. From the stabilization of the acidity level, the activation of vitamin C in the body, to the contribution it has in the daily formation of new cells, MSM is an essential support for the proper functioning of the body. It is often prescribed as a supplement, as it is not available in many foods, even in these being present in small quantities. MSM supports the health of bones and joints, destroying additional calcium deposits, the cause of osteoarticular diseases, and is also used for the muscular system, reducing pain and speeding up recovery. In addition, Methylsulfonylmethane is rightly called the ‘beauty mineral’ because it supports the production of collagen, the protein responsible for healthy skin. Low collagen levels cause loss of skin elasticity, wrinkles and skin aging, but there are solutions to significantly slow down this process.
Vitamin A is a remarkable molecule, known and appreciated especially by people for whom daily skin care is part of a lifestyle. But with a modern lifestyle, human bodies are exposed to multiple factors that cause vitamin A levels in the body to become deficient, which is most clearly reflected in the unhealthy appearance of the skin. Vitamin A protects the skin from solar radiation, helping to form fine lines, providing protection against pigmentation caused by sun exposure. Moreover, vitamin A stimulates the cells that develop skin tissues, keeping the skin healthy, pleasant to the touch and sight. For acne-prone skin, vitamin A intervenes by reducing sebum production, allowing the pores to 'breathe'. Typically a woman needs about 700 mcg of vitamin A every day, while men need about 900 mcg.
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