QuantaBiose

Plant-based dietary supplement

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  • Turmeric helps maintain normal liver function
  • Clove promotes good digestion
  • Cinnamon comforts the stomach

Directions For Use

Take 2 capsules/day with a glass of water (preferably after main meals). Children: not recommended for children under 12 years of age. Pregnant and breastfeeding women: not recommended.

Ingredients

Powders of Turmeric (rhizome), Cinnamon (bark), Ginger (rhizome), Clove (flower bud), Oregano (leaf) and Thyme flowering tops powder.

Supplement Combinations
Note

This dietary supplement is not a drug and is not intended to treat any disease. Its chemico-physical characteristics may be subject to variation (due to natural physiological phenomena). In no way does this compromise the product’s quality or efficacy.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children. This product is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, children under 12 years of age (due to the presence of thyme), or people undergoing anticoagulant therapy (due to the presence of turmeric).

Consult your doctor before using this product if you have gallstones.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Steiner Labs cannot provide medical advice or guidance. You should seek advice from a medical professional before making any diet or lifestyle changes.

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No Pesticides

NON-GMO

Gluten Free

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Turmeric

It is recognized that turmeric is effective in fighting dyspepsia, i.e. digestive issues including upset stomach, nausea, loss of appetite, or stomach heaviness. A clinical study demonstrated that turmeric is significantly more effective than a placebo in relieving digestive symptoms. It is also used to help maintain normal liver function, as hepatic impairments often lead to dyspepsia.

Cinnamon

This spice contains various compounds that give it antimicrobial properties, hence its traditional use to extend the shelf life of various foods. Studies on cinnamon extracts now show that it can help slow the growth of several microorganisms. It fights certain bacterial infections, particularly intestinal infections. Cinnamon also helps reduce gastric bloating in the stomach.

Ginger

Several studies have evaluated ginger’s antiemetic effect (the ability to prevent or stop nausea and vomiting), as well as its ability to reduce stomach spasms. Like other spices, it stimulates bile secretion and the activity of various digestive enzymes, resulting in faster food digestion.

Clove

Rich in eugenol, clove is a powerful analgesic with antibacterial, fungicidal, and antiparasitic effects. A plant with stimulating properties at the digestive and intestinal levels, its essential oil is a remarkable antispasmodic. Clove alleviates many digestive issues: bloating, gas, intestinal putrefaction and/or fermentation, infectious diarrhea, intestinal infections, inflammation of the small intestine or colon, and intestinal spasms

Oregano

This herb aids digestion and has antibacterial, antiseptic, and anti-infectious properties.

Thyme

This herb is commonly used to alleviate minor digestive and gastrointestinal discomfort.

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