Liovital mirtillo

LIOVITAL mirtillo contains standardized and titrated extracts of Blueberry (fruits) and Red grapes (seeds) associates with micronized water-soluble pollen and to freeze-dried royal jelly. The Blueberry and the Red grapes are useful for the microcirculation efficiency, the pollen and the royal jelly are substances rich of essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.

Dose

  • 1 or 2 vials per day based on the necessity.

Packaging

  • 8 vials
Functional Ingredient For 1 vial
Vaccinium myrtillus berry dry extract 228 mg
of which Anthocyanins 2,28 mg
Royal Jelly Freeze-dried 90 mg
Vitis vinifera seed dry extract 57 mg
of which Procyanidins 54,15 mg
Pollen Micronized 50 mg

The Expert says

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Pasquale Romano, Export Manager for Spain, Portugal & Americas
Chiara Demi, Europe & Asia
Alessandra Oluwole, Africa & Middle East

Epistaxis

Epistaxis, or bleeding from the nose, can go from a dripping to an important flow, and the consequences can vary from a minimum nuisance to a major bleeding.

Epistaxis is an extremely frequent event in children but can occur at all ages. According to some estimates, epistaxis is believed to occur in 60% of individuals throughout their life, but only in 6% of cases does it become a real medical problem. It occurs most frequently in children under 10 years of age and in adults after 35 years of age.

Both local and general causes can contribute to the appearance of nosebleeds. Epistaxis originating from trauma is very common, particularly among children, also simply caused by the introduction of a finger in the nose. Epistaxis also occurs in 17-23% of patients who, by applying nasal medications, such as corticosteroids and antihistamines, cause trauma to the nasal mucosa, while dehumidification of the mucosa due to stay in heated environments is probably the cause of the increased incidence of nosebleeds observed in the winter months.

Most nasal bleeding is self-limited and does not require medical treatment. They can be checked by squeezing the front of the nose for 15 minutes or less, while resting. Alongside these practices, food supplements containing substances that protect the integrity of the capillaries can be useful, thus reducing the risk of their rupture and consequent bleeding.