Membrasin 120 Capsules - Prevents Dry Mucous Membranes

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Membrasin with extracts of sea buckthorn

Are you bothered by dry mucous membranes? Then a diet supplement such as Membrasin can make your everyday life easier. Membrasin is a dietary supplement that contains extracts from sea buckthorn. Sea buckthorn berries are naturally rich in several fatty acids and vitamins such as omega 7, vitamin E and vitamin A which contribute to a lubricating effect on the mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, mouth and abdomen.

Contains fatty acids such as omega-7 and omega-6

Dry mucous membranes

Suffering from dry mucous membranes is not uncommon, and especially during the winter months, dry eye and throat problems are very common. In addition to being cold and dry in the air during the winter, we also struggle with colds and other diseases that dry out the mucous membranes. Dry mucous membranes of the genital area are also a common problem for many women. The dryness of the abdomen can have many causes such as stress, menopause or if you have recently given birth.

If you suffer from dry mucous membranes, a dietary supplement such as Membrasin can make it easier for you in your everyday life.

Dietary supplements with sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn grows on a low shrub that thrives by the sea where the soil contains a lot of salt. Sea buckthorn bush produces orange berries that are soft and juicy and naturally very rich in vitamin C. At all times, man has used oatmeal to make juice, jelly and liqueur but in recent times it has become very popular also in dietary supplements and skin care products. Sea buckthorn berry contains a seed that is rich in oil and this is where Vitamin E and Vitamin K are found. Pro-vitamin A and carotene are extracted from the pulp itself. Through thorough research, the extract SBA 24 has been produced which is extracted from both pulp and seeds.

Sea buckthorn naturally rich in vitamins and fatty acids

Sea buckthorn contains vitamins A and vitamin K. Vitamin A is an important vitamin for the normal functioning of eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Vitamin A in oatmeal comes from carotenoids, which is a substance called provitamin A, which means that the body can convert it to vitamin A. Caratenoids are a fat-soluble nutrient that occurs naturally in, among other things, oatmeal and also has antioxidant properties. Vitamin K, in turn, is a vitamin that has an effect on blood clotting.

The fatty acids found in oatmeal are omega-3, omega-6, omega-7 and omega-9. These omega fatty acids all have a positive effect on the cell membranes of the skin and mucous membranes.