Natural tolerance booster against pollen and other allergens.
Ingredients: Anti-caking agent E 460, Dried perilla leaf extract (Perilla frutescence), Gelatin (capsule shell), Colour E 171 (capsule shell)
Daily dosage 1-3 caps. contains:
Dried perilla leaf extract (Perilla frutescence) 150 – 450 mg
Capsules: One capsule in the morning and one in the evening when needed. The dosage can be increased to 3 capsules per day.
Contains no lactose, gluten, sweeteners or yeast.
72 capsules / 30 g
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2. Rosmarinic acid in perilla extract inhibits allergic inflammation induced by mite allergen, in a mouse model.
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3. Extract of Perilla frutescens enriched for rosmarinic acid, a polyphenolic phytochemical, inhibits seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis in humans.
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4. Anti-allergic effect of Perilla frutescens and its active constituents.
Makino T, Furuta Y, Wakushima H, Fujii H, Saito K, Kano Y.
Phytother Res 2003 Mar;17(3):240-3
5. Luteolin as an anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic constituent of Perilla frutescens.
Ueda H, Yamazaki C, Yamazaki M.
Biol Pharm Bull 2002 Sep;25(9):1197-202
6. Effect of oral treatment of Perilla frutescens and its constituents on type-I allergy in mice.
Makino T, Furuta A, Fujii H, Nakagawa T, Wakushima H, Saito K, Kano Y.
Biol Pharm Bull 2001 Oct;24(10):1206-9
7. Anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic actions by oral administration of a perilla leaf extract in mice.
Ueda H, Yamazaki M.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 2001 Jul;65(7):1673-5
8. PERILLA---The Genus Perilla
Edited by Yu Heci, Kenichi Kosuna and Megumi Haga (published in 1997 by Harwood Academic Publishers, reprinted in 2004 by Taylor & Francis Group), click the right Cover page for more detail on this book.
This book is one of the Monographs listed in TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australia)-approved texts for "Guidelines for levels and kinds of evidence to support indications and claims, for non-registerable medicines, including complementary medicines, October, 2001" ( page.31)