Inpharm diet

Inpharm Diet is a line of Inpharm Co., which is focused on placing new, innovative formulations of dietary supplements.

PolicistIN

15 sachets DAY and 15 sachets NIGHT

PolicistIN® is a dietary product - food for special medical purposes, intended for dietary treatment of persons with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and insulin resistance.
It contains myo-inositol, folic acid in active form, vitamin D and melatonin.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder characterized by a chronic absence of ovulation, coupled with hyperandrogenism (increased levels of androgens - male sex hormones) and insulin resistance.


The ingredients of one bag for DAY are:


myo-inositol - shows specific effects on the ovaries, where it affects the influence of FSH - significant in regulation of the normal menstrual cycle and the formation of egg cells
vitamin D, a liposoluble vitamin that participates in cell division and slows down the aging process by reducing the number of DNA changes
folic acid in active form, one of the essential vitamin B groups


In addition to the aforementioned ingredients from the sachets for DAY, sachets for NIGHT include also:


Melatonin - an antioxidant that regulates a variety of reproductive functions, including ovulation time and reproductive potential, as well as circadian rhythm (sleep - waking state).


Usage: Adults and children older than 12 years old, one sachet for DAY in the morning and one sachet in the evening, melt directly in the mouth without the addition of liquid, or dissolve in a glass of water or another cold drink.


Notes: The product is nutritionally incomplete food. It cannot be used as the sole source of food for the person to whom it is intended. The product is not for parenteral use. Use under medical supervision. The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. The product is not intended for children, pregnant women, nursing mothers or persons hypersensitive to any of its ingredients. Excessive use can cause a laxative effect.

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