Centella asiatica tablets: Benefits, uses and side effects
Features of Centella asiatica
Centella asiatica has a powerful anti-edematous action; it is one of the best plant for blood stasis such as venolymphatic insufficiency and cellulite.
Centella asiatica has also a good healing action against wounds, sores and burns; in India it is called “grass of the Tigers” as it is thought that the wounded tigers roll in Centella bushes to heal wounds.
It is particularly effective in promoting vascular-connective trophism: thanks to the antioxidant action and the stimulation of collagen production by the skin, it accelerates the healing of superficial wounds and prevents keloids and hyperchromic scars; if applied locally, it helps reduce gravidic striae. It is used in the symptomatic treatment of surgical sores, in light burns and in varicose ulcers.
Its use is also reported in the case of gastroduodenal ulcers. In the East, Centella is also known for its ability to alleviate anxiety and promote intellectual capacity and longevity.
- venous insufficiency
- varicose ulcers
- surgical wound
- anxious neuroses
Technical sheets of Centella Fitosofia Tablets
Centella (Centella asiatica L.) dry extract 98%, magnesium stearate
Content for maximum daily dose (6 cablets equivalent to 2.4g): Centella (Hytrocotile asiatica) dry extract 2352 mg
- Cellulite: Cell K Migliora, Fucus mother tincture, Natural Vitamin C, Drena Migliora, Detox, Kalo-One
- Microcirculation and capillary fragility: Natural Vitamin C, Cell K +, Blueberry mother tincture
- Skin health: Antiox, Borage Pearls
- Scars, keloids prevention: Antiox, Integra 100%RDA, wheat germ oil softgels, external use: mosqueta rose oil
2 tablets of Centella, 2-3 times a day, preferably between meals
Generally Centella is a well tolerated plant that does not have any toxicity at the indicated doses. Avoid in subjects sensitive to one or more components.
Format: 60 tablets – 400 mg