The unique value of five-fingered ( popularly: White cinquefoil, Mezhypershchina, Pyatfoil, White Perstach ) lies in the fact that, despite its apparent fragility, it contains in the set almost the entire periodic table of micro- and macroelements. Of particular importance is the use of pentapala root in areas with a high rate of thyroid diseases among the population, as well as in regions with iodine deficiency in nature. The relevance of using five-fingered fingers in the prevention of thyroid diseases for the inhabitants of Ukraine is indisputable – after the Chernobyl accident, virtually every person living on the territory of Ukraine, to one degree or another, is subject to the negative effects of radiation and, as a result, to dysfunction of the endocrine system.
100% natural product. Without GMO. Does not contain fragrances.
- normalization of thyroid function
- removes radionuclides
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use as a dietary supplement to the diet in case of iodine deficiency in the body and thyroid gland diseases.
Mode of application:
Pour 1 teaspoon of the mixture with 1 glass of hot water, let it brew for 30 minutes, drink one glass 1-2 times a day, 30-40 minutes before meals. The course of admission is 30 days.
It is recommended to consult a doctor before use.
Individual sensitivity to the components of the drug, pregnancy, lactation.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging, in a dry, dark room at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C, for 24 months from the date of manufacture.
This product is not a medical product.
White bloodroot (lat. Potentilla alba is ) – a perennial herbaceous plant species of the genus Potentilla ( Potentilla) Pink family ( Rosaceae ).
It is used as a medicinal plant.
Perennial herb 8-25 cm tall.
The rhizome is thick, unbranched, scaly.
Stems are thin, short, no longer than root leaves, ascending, slightly leafy, branchy almost from the base, two-five-flowered, dressed, like leaf petioles, pedicels and calyxes, with appressed, silky hairs.
Root leaves on long petioles, quintuple, very rarely with an admixture of trifoliate; their stipules are large, dark brown, with lanceolate, pointed ears. Stem leaves, 1-2 in number, strongly reduced, with small ovate-lanceolate stipules. The leaflets of root leaves are oblong-lanceolate, wedge-shaped tapering towards the base, at the apex with few, sharp adjoining denticles, glabrous above, silky-appressed-hairy below and along the edge.
Flowers on long stalks, rather large; outer sepals are linear-lanceolate, shorter than the inner ones, the latter are ovate-lanceolate; petals broadly obovate, longer than sepals, notched, white; 20 stamens, very thin filaments, glabrous, oblong anthers. Blooms in May – June.
Achenes are ovate, hairy at the base. The column is almost apical, twice as long as the achene, with a slightly thickened stigma.