Herbal supplement to support you when you have candida, helicobacter pyroli, inflammations and infections in the urinary tract and reproductive system, gastritis, peptic ulcers, and inflammatory bowel diseases
|SUGGESTED USE||1-2 capsules twice a day on empty stomach|
|INGREDIENTS||Phellodendron amurense, silybum marianum, coptis chinesis, glycyrrhiza glabra, zingiber officinalis, magnesium stearate, silica dioxide, tricalcium phosphate|
|RESEARCH SUPPORTED INDICATION FOR INGREDIENTS||Supports your body during infections|
An infection fighting formula that works against candida and helicobacter pylori infections.
Research has shown the ingredients found in coptisin support the body when you suffer from candida (yeast), helicobacter pylori infections, inflammations and infections in the urinary tract and reproductive system, gastritis, peptic ulcers, and inflammatory bowel diseases. This amazing herbal supplement is manufactured under GMP and HACCP and is vegan, and cruelty free. So be sure that you have Coptisin on hand – for so many good reasons!
- Supports your body when you have infections
- Supports digestive, urinary, and reproductive health
- Natural, herbal ingredients
How to Use
Take 1-2 capsules, twice a day, on an empty stomach.
Do not take for longer than three months without professional supervision. If you are nursing, taking prescription drugs, or under the age of 18, please consult a physician before use. Keep out of reach of children.
In a study conducted in Korea, it was found that berberine alkaloids and palmatine found in the Coptis and Phellodendron plants demonstrated significant antifungal activity against various common Candida fungus species. (J Antimicrob Chemother 1999 May;43(5):667-74) In a study conducted in 2006, ginger root was found to have a beneficial effect in cases of gastrointestinal diseases caused by the presence of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria. (Phytotherapy Research Volume 20, 3, 187–190, March 2006) In a controlled clinical trial it was found that extract of licorice has the ability to prevent the adhesion of the H.pylori bacteria to the stomach lining, and even destroy it. (Evidence-Based Comp. and Alter. Med. 2013: 263805)