Centella

Origin:

In this tropical perennial plant, which needs moist soils, both the leaves and the stems are used. Thai “Bua Bok” Indian “Brahmi”.

Ingredients:

Asiaticoside 1-4, bicyclo elements, Borneolatzetat, campesterol, beta-caryophyllene, alpha-Copaene, ß-elements, Germacrene, kaempferol, kaempferol-3-O-ß-D-glycosides, linamarase, Asiatic acid, Isobrahmic acid, Centellose, Indocentelloside, phellandrene, betulinic acid, Hydrocytyline, Isothankunoside, madecassic acid, Madasiatic acid, meso-inositol, methyl-1-5 hydoxy-3,6-dikeot-23-norurs-12-en-28-Oate, etc.

Effect:

Centella asiatica acts both systemically and topically. Applied as a cream, this plant has an extremely good wound healing effect also in existing untreatable skin problems. Centella has a natural antibiotic effect especially in the E. coli bacteria and staphylococci. The high activity against fungi, especially against Trichophyton mentagrophytes and Trichophyton rubrum complete the spectrum of activity in chronic skin diseases. The neurological effects proven in many studies, such as calming as well as mood lifting, but also the proven antihistamine effect, make it to the drug of choice when it comes to chronic skin diseases. The anti-inflammatory effect causes a disappearance of symptoms when taken regularly (such as itching and burning). Centella has also cytotoxic activities, especially at 9KB cases.
Indication:

Skin diseases of different assemblages, objectively ascertainable reduction of symptoms associated with eczema up to the healing of the disease. Relief and significant improvement in psoriasis, also reported healings. Immune-stimulating and neurological activities make Centella to a drug of choice in geriatric patients who suffer from a lack of drive and often prone to infections and flu. The safe use even for young children with skin problems is demonstrated in global university studies. Lowers blood pressure. Acts as a vasodilator.

Contraindication:

The use of Centella asiatica cream and capsules is absolutely safe, has no side effects and can also be used as long-term medication. The antibiotic and antifungal properties of the plant will not lead to resistance and are therefore clearly superior to laboratory products. Allergic reactions have not been reported.

Dosage: Capsules:

Cream: Cream up the affected area 1 to 2 times daily with a thin coat of Centella cream.
Depending on the disease clean the wound from the remnants of the cream every 2 to 3 days and continue with the treatment. An improvement in wound healing occurs within 2 days to 3 weeks depending on the skin condition.

Substance:

Centella asiatica

Folic acid, Health from the leaf

The body needs the water-soluble vitamin to form new cells. Austrians and Germans currently take significantly less folic acid than recommended. This is especially important for women who want to become pregnant. Folic acid is mainly contained in green vegetables, but often too little in our commercially produced products.

Folic acid is important for division and regeneration of body cells, particularly of red and white blood cells. Prevents certain types of anaemia, prevents cardiovascular diseases, which is the leading cause of death in Europe, especially in Austria.

Lack of folic acid can often be confused with vitamin B12 deficiency. We take plenty of Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) – except vegans – from animal foods such as liver, milk, eggs and meat products.

Folic acid is natural and therefore not included in the laboratory-remanufactured form in the products of the TTM. Thais do not know a folic acid deficiency by the daily consumption of green leafy vegetables, soy (isoflavones) and especially by the herbs of the TTM.