What does Entan contain?
Entan contains 80mg of proanthocyanidin and 40mg standardized extract of Ginko biloba in one capsule. The standardization process guarantees potency and purity of each capsule of Entan.
How does Entan work?
Entan increases blood flow to the retina, extremities, the ear and the brain. It strengthens the collagen and elastin. Thus Entan works as a protector of blood vessels of the body. It improves blood flow and lymphatic drainage. By increasing blood flow, it brings more oxygen and nutrient to the tissues. It possesses an anti-inflammatory effect. Entan prevents platelets from sticking together, improving rheology and circulation and decreasing the formation of blood clots. In addition Entan is a strong free radical scavenger.
What is Entan used for?
- impaired retinal blood supply
- chronic venous insufficiency (varicose veins, lymphatic edema, hemorrhoids)
- various peripheral circulatory disorders e.g. diabetes, Raynaud’s Syndrome. etc
- tinnitus (ringing in the ears), vertigo (dizziness)
- swelling and edema following injuries and surgery
- cerebral atherosclerosis and after cerebro-vascular events
- to improve thinking, memory and concentration
Do we have scientific evidence of Entan?
The ingredients of this natural product have been the subject of hundreds of scientific studies that have reported positive effects in a wide range of health areas e.g., retinopathy, chronic venous and lymphatic insufficiencies, peripheral vascular disease, cerebral atherosclerosis, tinnitus and vertigo, memory and cognitive function etc.
Are there any side effects?
Entan is considered safe. When combined with anticoagulants and anti-aggregants, it enhances the blood thinning effect of these drugs.
How is Entan used?
One capsule 1-2 times daily after meal.
How to store Entan?
Store at dry place and temperature below 25o C. Do not leave at reach of children.
Entan® is a trade-mark. The product has been manufactured in compliance with the highest GMP standards. Entan is a food supplement.
For consultations with a medical specialist, please, refer to
Clinic Borola, 52 Tzar Simeon Street, Sofia 1202, Bulgaria
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