Aguaje oil softgel capsules
What is aguaje?
Aguaje is a fruit of the Peruvian Amazon jungle. According to scientific studies, it helps the integral health of women. Aguaje oil softgel capsules are made of 100% food grade aguaje oil, first cold pressing. Our aguaje capsules have more phytoestrogens and Omega 9. It is a PREMIUM product and has the best effect on the market.
Why are aguaje softgel capsules better than aguaje flour capsules or atomized?
To obtain the aguaje oil used in the softgel we need a greater amount of raw material (aguaje fruit), which makes a greater concentration of the properties and benefits that this fruit gives us. To process 1 lt of aguaje oil, 120 kg of fruit is used and from 1 lt of oil we get only 20 bottles of our PREMIUM capsules.
Capsules made of aguaje flour or powder are only made of dehydrated pulp and often contain husk, which reduces the amount of active ingredients per serving, so usually 4 to 6 capsules per day are recommended.
What are the benefits of aguaje oil in capsules?
These are the main aguaje oil benefits:
– It is rich in palmitic acids and omega 9, more than 70%, improves brain function.
– It reduces bad cholesterol.
– It keeps vision, skin, mucous membranes and bones in good condition.
– It is an excellent female hormonal regulator.
– Powerful antioxidant (it contains vitamins A, C and D).
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Composition: Aguaje oil in softgel capsules
Scientific name: Mauritia flexuosa
How many capsules of aguaje should I take per day? It is recommended to consume 2 premium aguaje capsules per day, accompanying meals. It does not contain artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.
Certifications: DIGESA, Peruvian Ministry of Health C1305018N/NAAAAD
Warning: This product has no contraindications, nor have we found reports of possible interactions with the use of medications. The information indicated on this page does not constitute in any way an ordinance or a medical prescription, likewise, the use of these natural products does not exempt from a medical consultation. However, it is known that phytoestrogens in general can inhibit receptor tyrosine kinases, thereby antagonizing the effects of insulin in insulin-dependent tissues with a possible appearance of resistance to insulin action.