Melcalin EPADOX2021-09-06T11:54:05+00:00

Melcalin® Epadox

Pack: dropper bottle
Nel Weight: 50.00 ml

Melcalin Epadox improves the hepatobiliary function. It is useful to restore the physiological well-being of the liver.


Melcalin Epadox contains plants useful for liver protection and dyspeptic problems
In addition to having antioxidant properties, Chicory has been shown to have also hepatic protective effects by decreasing cellular necroses and accelerating cellular protein synthesis.
The Cnicus Benedictus and Geum Urbanum improve biliary secretion and help regulate hepatic function while the active ingredients of Artemisia play an important protective role against liver damage through antioxidant activity
Equally important is the extract of Melissa who has demonstrated hypolipidemic and protective effects on the liver.

Nutritional info:


Hydroalcoholic extracts (medicated wine (contains sulphites), 96% ethanol) of:

  • Cichorium intybus (Chicory – root),
  • Cnicus Benedictus (Blessed thistle – grass),
  • Melissa officinalis (Lemon balm Leaf),
  • Geum urbanum (wood avens – root),
  • Artemisia absinthium ( wormwood – grass).

Fields of application:

  • liver protection.
  • dyspeptic disorders.

Method of administration:

30 drops 3 times a day.

It may be used in combination with Melcalin Rendox.
Example of combined use: 30 drops of Epadox plus 30 drops of Rendox diluted in a half-liter bottle of water, to drink in the morning.

Storage instructions:

Store cool and dry place. The expiry date indicated refers to the product properly stored in unopened packs.

Important informations:

Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet and should be taken within a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Keep out of sight and reach of children under 3 years of age. Dispose of container in accordance with regulation.


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