Ein Produkt der:
Naturprodukte Dr. Pandalis GmbH & Co. KG
Chickpea plant powder(53 %), linseed powder, spinach powder, balm powder, rosemary powder and, for seasoning: Carrot, leek and tomato powder
– All ingredients from controlled organic cultivation
4 g Venusurkicher® Granulate contains on average 80µg folate. This is 40% of the reference value according to the food information directive
To provide support for women, we have developed an indigenous granulate from special plants like chickpea, linseeds, speedwell and rosemary, to guide them harmoniously through certain stages of their life.
The main cause of typical menopausal complaints is natural hormonal fluctuations, for instance lower oestrogen production. In earlier times, women used their intuition and their experience to adapt their diets to their bodies’ changing needs and they ate more linseeds, beans and chickpeas. Nowadays, many women avoid pulses and whole grains, because they have a bad reputation for causing bloating. Taking chemical oestrogen preparations or concentrated phyto-oestrogen isn’t recommended, because they can promote the development of breast cancer. The same applies to soya products, which are not part of a central European indigenous diet. However, plants like chickpeas have been eaten in our part of the world for many hundreds of years by women in physical transition phases like the menopause. Its contents have an oestrogenic or anti-oestrogenic effect, according to individual need. The body takes what it needs from it. In addition, they’re also rich in folic acid, which reduces the tiredness and exhaustion that occurs frequently during the menopause by contributing to blood formation,
Folic acid also supports the immune system and is important for mental stability. It plays a vital role in tissue growth by stimulating cell division, which makes it an optimal supplement during pregnancy. Folic acid also plays an important role in maintaining a normal homocysteine level. A too high concentration of homocysteine in the blood is currently recognised as a risk factor for arteriosclerosis.
Keep out of reach of small children
Food supplements should not serve as a substitute for a balanced nutrition, as well as for a healthy lifestyle.
The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded