Targeted and complete action thanks to the presence of active people with different functions:
Nucleotides: They are the key constituents of our DNA, which we normally produce in sufficient quantities, but not for high-demand tissues (such as the intestinal wall).
Chlorella: Freshwater algae, with insignificant amounts of Iodium, in addition to adsorbing toxins, favours the body’s purification functions and the correct function of the colon, the last part of our intestine.
Tea Tree Oil: It is obtained by distilling the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia, a tree growing on the west coast of Australia. It is well known for its multiple functions, such as contributing to the body’s defence by external agents.