ArtichokeArtichoke (Cynara scolymus L.) is a dicotyledonous angiosperm plant of the Asteraceae family, native to the Mediterranean region.
According to the European Medicines Agency, the artichoke leaf is a traditional medication for digestive disorders, used for improvement of dyspepsia symptoms such as sensation of fullness, bloating and flatulence.


Artichoke is a rich source of antioxidant compounds such as caffeolquinic acids, including cynarin and chlorogenic acid, which contribute to digestive health. Moreover, cynarin and chlorogenic acid are involved in epatatoprotection and cardioprotection.


Part of plant used: leaf
Appearance: Brownish fine powder
Content: check ≥ 5,0% Cynarine (Spettrophotometric)
check 13,0%-18,0% Chlorogenic acid (Spettrophotometric)


checkSupports gastrointestinal system

checkImproves hearth health

checkHelps liver function

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