The Spanish natural product Resium (Spanish name: Resolutivo Regium), is a typical example of an old natural remedy that has been developed in the laboratory into a modern, natural remedy. Resium is widely used in Denmark.
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The production of Resium began in Spain in 1927 by the current manufacturer's grandfather. Resium gaining more and more ground as the product sold beyond Spain's borders. Resium is an aqueous extract of 10 wild herbs.
Most of the plants have not been able to cultivate. One of the factors that make the greatest demands on the manufacturer, the collection and processing of the plants. The laboratory in Montgat has two plants collections on a certain Spanish locality where herbs are their optimum content. These are plants that are very common elsewhere, but only achieves the required developments just here.
As Resium must achieve a satisfactory quality, they have made very high demands on the plants' treatment and storage. The requirements on the technique by which the plants are extracted is high. And last but not least, there are thorough checks at all stages of production of Resium.
Recommended daily dose: 25-75 ml three times daily, half an hour before a meal. The daily dose should not be exceeded.
Shelf life after opening: 1 month in refrigerator. Can not withstand frost. Should be stored at room temperature.
Food supplements should not replace a varied diet.
Keep out of the reach of small children. Should only after consultation with a doctor or health of pregnant women or children under 1 year.
75 ml containing aqueous extracts of:
5.0 g Field Horsetail (Equisetum arvensis L.)
5.0 g Prickly pear (Opuntia ficus indica L.)
5.0 g heart's joy (Melissa officinalis L.)
5.0 g Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)
3.7 g Fennel (Foeniculum vulgaris L.)
3.0 g Ord. Quick Grass (Agropyrum repens L.)
2.5 g Star anise (Illicium verum L.)
2.5 g Knob Grass (Cynodon dactylon L.)
2.5 g Ord. Dandelion (Taraxacum officinalis L.)
1.2 g Red Sandspurry (Spergularia rubra L.)
Preservative: Sorbic acid