COLLVITAL Articol Forte 20 Caps

Collvital Articoll Forte is a food supplement based on turmeric, piperine and vitamins that contributes to well-being and improvement of different inflammatory processes, such as joint ones.

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Collvital Articoll Forte is a food supplement based on turmeric, piperine and vitamins that contributes to well-being and improvement of different inflammatory processes, such as joint ones.

COLLVITAL Articol Forte 20 Caps

Turmeric root contains an active ingredient called curcumin, responsible for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and cleansing properties.

Collvital Articoll Forte is formulated with Cursol®, a patent-protected compound, with a high content of highly soluble curcumin whose most notable property is a powerful anti-inflammatory effect.

The safety of Cursol® has been tested in accordance with European regulations (Directives 67/548, 2001/59 and 99/45), being classified as a safe product, and can be used for prolonged periods without suffering digestive complications.

Curcumin provides benefits on osteoarticular and muscular health and well-being. It improves joint discomfort, so people with osteo-articular pathologies or rheumatic processes could benefit from ingesting turmeric.

In the liver, it stimulates the production and secretion of bile, promoting liver cleansing and maintaining blood cholesterol levels. Collvital Articoll Forte also contains piperine which acts by increasing the bioavailability of curcumin, prolonging and enhancing its effect.

Black pepper also has antioxidant properties that protect against free radicals. Its formula is completed with Vitamin E , which plays a key role in the body's defense system as an antioxidant, and vitamin D, which is involved in the normal formation of bones and helps in the absorption of calcium, thus increasing its resistance.

It also has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that contribute to the health of the immune system and muscle function.

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