100 tablets per box
Zeatax Weight Control Chewing Tablets
Main Ingredients per Tablet:
- 364,0 mg zea grinding (Maydis stigma)
- dandelion root (Taraxaci radix)
- stinging nettle leaf (Urticae folium)
- viola tricolor (Violae tricoloris herba)
- 70 mg tara seed powder (Caesalpinia spinosa seminis endospermum)
- potato starch
- carboxymethyl cellulose
- magnesium stearate
Recommended Intake: As part of your weightloss program, chew 3x2 pills per day approx. 30-60 minutes before meals, drinking with it 2dl (approx. 1 cup) of water. Your therapeutic regimen should last 6 weeks, taking a 2-3 week break between the therapies.
Caution: This product is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, for those suffering from heart problems or kidney failure, or for those under 14 or over 65 years of age. If you suffer from an illness or disease but would like to lose weight, consult your physician before using this product. This product has a mild diuretic effect! Do not take this product while using other diuretic (medicine) products. There are no known interactions between Zeatax and other medicines.
Zeatax Chewable Tablets is recommended as a supplement to a weight loss program. It’s ingredients enhance the effectiveness of a diet program, it reduces appetite, and has a positive effect on metabolism. This product is not considered medicine, yet has a curative effect which is justfied by folk medicine and bibliographic data.
Antioxidative effects of Maydis Stigma methanolic extracts were studied on the level of lipid peroxidation in liposomes, induced by Fe2+/ascorbate system and measured spectrophotometrically by the TBA-test. The most significant inhibition of lipid peroxidation was observed when methanolic extracts of fully developed, mature corn silk were applied. The same test, performed after fractionation of the most active extract, showed that most of the activity was concentrated in fractions with moderate lipophilicity, containing phenolic acids, flavonoid aglyca and resembling monosides.
There are many reports on biological activities of pentacyclic triterpenoids, which could be relevant to the pharmacological effects including anti-inflammatory properties. Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Wiggers et Weber, Asteraceae) is one of the best known European medicinal plants, rich in triterpenoids, which has been used for the treatment of various inflammatory diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and also for many infectious disorders.
Stinging Nettle cleans the blood vessels and the kidneys. It is also used for curing rheuma, arthritis, diabetes, and hair loss. It’s root effectively heals intestinal problems, hair loss, and hemorrhoida.
Viola tricolor can be used both internally and as compression or ointment in the treatment of eczema, psoriasis, and acne. It is also a suitable remedy for clearing cradlecap in babies. It may also be used to treat gout and rheumatoid arthritis, where the salicylates and rutin exert an anti-inflammatory action. It can be used to treat a variety of respiratory disorders, such as catarrhal bronchitis. The saponins account for its mild expectorant effect, and the mucilage is soothing to the respiratory tract. The herb is also a diuretic and can be used as part of a treatment for polyuria and dysuria. It is reputed to be of benefit in nocturnal enuresis in children.