What kind of cistus is in cystus 052 bio pastilles?

100 g Cystus 052® Bio Pastilles contain the extract of approximately 650 g of the rockrose-variety Cistus incanus Pandalis®. We hereby confirm that our products are free of substances that are listed in the Prohibited List 2015 of the World Anti-Doping Code of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

How often should I take cystus pandalis lozenges?

The usual dose is: adults, adolescents and children over the age of 12 years slowly let 1-2 lozenges melt in the mouth every 3 hours. Do not take / use Cystus Pandalis® if you are allergic to cistus herb (Cistus incanus), other plants of the Cistus family (Cistaceae) or any of the other ingredients of Cystus Pandalis®.

Why is my cystus 052 bio halspastillen turning black?

A slight darkening of the Cystus 052 ® Bio Halspastillen is a normal process that does not represent a quality defect. Individual dark, rather black-looking pastilles, however, should no longer be consumed. This discoloration occurs when the packaging is damaged, e.g. by bending, and the pastilles have absorbed moisture.

What kind of flower is a Cistus rose?

The blossoms are borne atop a compact mound of slightly wavy-edged, felty, gray-green leaves. Discovered in 1929, this hybrid Cistus results from a cross between Cistus albidus and Cistus crispus and stands among the most ornamental of all the Mediterranean flowers.

Is it safe to take cystus 052 bio halspastillen?

Cystus 052® Bio Halspastillen contain typical polyphenols. With their tart, aromatic taste, they are beneficial for the throat and pharynx. Cystus 052 ® Bio Halspastillen are also suitable for children, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Slowly melt 3 x daily 2 Cystus 052 ® Bio Halspastillen in your mouth.

What kind of bacteria does Cistus incanus kill?

Cistus incanus (one particular species of Cistus) has demonstrated antibacterial effects against Streptococcus mucans, a gram-positive bacterium found in the mouth that can contribute to tooth decay (Wittpahl, 2015).