Adrenostim Caps 2x30 3961 Metagenics

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Adrenostim Caps 2x30 3961 Metagenics
Naam: Adrenostim Caps 2x30 3961 Metagenics
Productcode: 2234052
Gebruiksaanwijzing: 1 capsule Sol 's morgens en 1 capsule Luna 's avonds of zoals aanbevolen
Contra-indicaties Niet gebruiken in geval van zwangerschap, borstvoeding of hoge bloeddruk.Raadpleeg uw arts of apotheker bij gelijktijdig gebruik van antidiabetische behandeling.
L-tyrosine200.0 mg
Vit. C (ascorbinezuur)60.0 mg75%
Magnesium (glycerofosfaat)22.5 mg
Zink (gluconaat)22.5 mg225%
Quercetine20.0 mg
Rutine20.0 mg
Hesperidine20.0 mg
Vit. B5 (calciumpantothenaat)18.0 mg300%
Vit. B6 (pyridoxine HCl)6.0 mg429%
Wild yam (Dioscorea villosa)200.0 mg
Panax ginseng100.0 mg
Siberische ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)37.5 mg
Magnesium (glycerofosfaat)22.5 mg
AdrenoStim Sol: Hulpstoffen: gelatine, magnesiumstearaat AdrenoStim Luna: Hulpstoffen: gelatine, dicalciumfosfaat, magnesiumstearaat, siliciumdioxide *% RI = Referentie Inname
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