Antioxidants (Herbs)

Antioxidan herbal-based supplements



EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Green Tea, Caffeine and (-)-Epigallocatechin Gallate.
One capsule of NOW Green Tea Extract with 200 mg EGCg possesses the phytonutrient content equal to about 2-3 cups of green tea. Green Tea's bioactive compounds include Polyphenols and Catechins, which are known to exhibit potent free radical neutralizing properties. Its most abundant Catechin, EGCg...
EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 180 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 180 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 180 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


EGCg, Green Tea Extract, 400 mg, 180 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Green Tea, Caffeine and (-)-Epigallocatechin Gallate.
One capsule of NOW Green Tea Extract with 200 mg EGCg possesses the phytonutrient content equal to about 2-3 cups of green tea. Green Tea's bioactive compounds include Polyphenols and Catechins, which are know to exhibit potent free radicals neutralizing properties. Its most abundant Catech, EGCg...
Menopause Support, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)Menopause Support, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version Menopause Support, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


Menopause Support, 90 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Dong Quai, Raspberry, Chasteberry, Red Clover, Wild Yam, Licorice, Ginger, Griffonia, 5-Hydroxytryptophan ... and many others.
NOW Menopause Support has recommended potencies of key ingredients that have been shown to support healthy response to the natural changes occurring during menopause. This blend includes standardized herbal extracts and other nutrients which, together, form a truly well-balanced product for women.
Curcumin, 60 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)Curcumin, 60 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version Curcumin, 60 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


Curcumin, 60 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Turmeric, Curcuminoids, Curcumin, Bisdemethoxycurcumin and Demethoxycurcumin.
Curcumin is the major bioactive component found in the roots of Turmeric (Curcuma longa), a plant belonging to the ginger family. Turmeric has been used as a coloring and flavoring agent in South Asia cuisines for centuries, and it has also been recommended by traditional Ayurvedic herbalists for...
CurcuBrain, Cognitive Support, 400 mg, 50 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)CurcuBrain, Cognitive Support, 400 mg, 50 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version CurcuBrain, Cognitive Support, 400 mg, 50 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


CurcuBrain, Cognitive Support, 400 mg, 50 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Turmeric, Curcuminoids and Curcumin.
Curcumin is a powerful free radical neutralizer that is known to support balanced immune function, but is also known to have poor bioavailability. NOW CurcuBrain features Longvida Optimized Curcumin, which in studies exhibits up to 65 times the bioavailability of free curcuminoids compared with...
Curcumin, 120 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)Curcumin, 120 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)

English version Curcumin, 120 Veg Capsules (Now Foods)


Curcumin, 120 Veg Capsules (Now Foods) contains Turmeric, Curcuminoids, Curcumin, Bisdemethoxycurcumin and Demethoxycurcumin.
Curcumin is the major bioactive component found in the roots of Turmeric (Curcuma longa), a plant belonging to the ginger family. Turmeric has been used as a coloring and flavoring agent is South Asian cuisines for centuries, and it has also been recommended by traditional Ayurvedic herbalists for...

Herbs - References & External links

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    Senna (Senna Alexandrina) is a world's natural laxative medicinal plant. Laxative properties are due to sennosides (anthraquinone glycosides) natural products.
    • VILANOVA-SANCHEZ, Alejandra; et al. Journal of pediatric surgery, 2018, 53.4: 722-727. PMID:
      CONCLUSION: There is a paucity of information in the literature regarding side effects of sennosides as a long-term therapy, and to our knowledge, this is the first review of Senna side effects in children. Senna induced dermatitis is rare, but may occur when patients need a higher dose. All of the cases described had a long period of exposure of the skin to stool. Besides the perineal rash with blisters, we could find no other described major side effect with Senna administration in the pediatric population or evidence of the frequently mentioned concern of the development of tolerance to Senna. Pediatric caregivers should advise families of the rare side effect of skin blistering and educate them to change the diaper frequently in children who are not toilet- trained to reduce stool to skin exposure. We can conclude from this review that Senna is a safe treatment option for constipation in children. LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: IV.