The willow tree is a very important source of healing. The bark of the willow tree has been used in herbal treatment methods for centuries. The inner bark of White Willow (S. alba) is also a unique source of salicin, a chemical which turns into salicylic acid in the body. Salicylic acid is closely associated with aspirin, which is one of the most commonly used medicines in the world.
Many medicines and antibiotics are made from the willow tree bark.
The use of willow bark for pain relief is an old experience. Like the Chinese, the Egyptians and Assyrians used this plant since 500 BC. A hundred years later, Hippocrates praised the therapeutic power of willow bark and advised his patients to use it to treat fever and inflammation.
Recent studies show that willow bark has components that have antioxidant, antiseptic and immune-boosting properties in addition to salicin.
The willow bark has been playing an important role in the treatment of several diseases in many countries, especially in China and European countries for a very long time, and it has a widespread use in our country as well.
Willow bark (Salicis cortex) has been approved for oral use to treat arthritis, arthrosis, tension headache, blunt traumas and cold by the German Ministry of Health Commission responsible for the preparation and/or licensing of herbal preparations and the European Scientific Phytotherapy Cooperative.
Willow bark is especially used for headaches. Experts emphasize that migraine and sinusitis patients should consume regularly.
Glutamine is one of the 20 basic amino acids that are the building blocks and make up the proteins in our body. Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid found in the skeletal muscles. It is used in cases of weakness and fatigue and decrease in daily performance. In addition, glutamine helps to protect the inner wall of the intestine. It is effective in supplementing the treatment in inflammatory bowel disease such as ulcerative colitis.
It is manufactured in production facilities and controlled areas in accordance with European standards and in humidity-free environments as it is an effervescent tablet.
Hengo can be taken as 1-2 tablets per day on an empty or full stomach, but taking it on a full stomach should be preferred.
Hengo has no direct effect on appetite.
Hengo has no direct effect on weight gain.
No, it does not.
It is suitable for vegetarian use as it does not contain any animal substances or derivatives.
Hengo is sensitive to moisture since it is an effervescent tablet.
It should be kept in its closed package and in dry places, as other effervescent tablets.
It should not be used in people sensitive to salicylate, as willow bark is a precursor of acetylsalicylic acid. It has no interaction with any other drug.
Yes, it is sufficient to take the standard dose recommended on the package.
Hengo does not contain any artificial sweeteners.