PADMA GALETEN TO SUPPORT FAT DIGESTION

  • contains aromatic herbs and minerals
  • with activated carbon
  • vegan

PADMA GALETEN is a dietary supplement containing aromatic herbs, activated carbon and zinc* to support the digestion of fat.

The original PADMA formula is based on the Tibetan recipe “Garnag” (pronounced “Garnac”). The recipe activates the nutri cheyley (Tibetan for gall energy). Bitter compounds activate the bile flow and, in combination with zinc, promote fat digestion.

In the Tibetan constitutional doctrine, the functional circle of bile and liver energy is important for the balance of all three energies (Lung, Tripa and Beken), in addition to the digestive fire.

When nutri cheyley (bile energy) is activated, the two core energies (digestive and liver energy) are kept in balance and, in particular, fat digestion is improved.

The plant mixture has an acidic and bitter taste as well as slightly warming properties. It provides a feeling of lightness after heavy meals and slightly supports the digestive fire medrod.

*Zinc contributes to a normal fatty acid metabolism.

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Life in excess (too much fat, meat, sugar as well as fructose) weakens the bile energy and a Beken imbalance (cold mucus) develops. This can also be caused by weather changes or lack of exercise. In the Tibetan constitutional doctrine, a general uneasiness or bloated feeling is a sign that the bile energy is overloaded.

A Beken imbalance can disturb the body’s processing of dietary fats, which can lead to lethargy and fullness after fatty and sumptuous meals. In this case, activating the nutri cheyley (bile energy) is important.

PADMA GALETEN is a dietary supplement containing aromatic herbs, activated carbon and zinc* to support normal fat digestion.

Dietary supplements are not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet, which along with a healthy lifestyle is of great importance.

PADMA GALETEN is available in pharmacies, drugstores and selected health food stores in Switzerland.

PADMA GALETEN is available in pharmacies, drugstores and selected health food stores in Switzerland

 

 

INGREDIENTS

PADMA GALETEN contains 12 selected plants, activated carbon and valuable minerals. The ingredients of PADMA GALETEN can be divided into six groups: warming ingredients, fruits, salts, flowers, cooling ingredients and Garnag.

PADMA GALETEN is based on the traditional Tibetan recipe Garnag, which is used in the Tibetan constitutional doctrine to activate the nutri cheley (bile energy) and support fatty acid metabolism.

In combination with the valuable micronutrient zinc, PADMA GALETEN can contribute to normal fat digestion.

1 capsule contains: pomegranate seeds 50 mg, Veronica officinalis herb 40 mg, safflower flowers 40 mg, dandelion root 40 mg, cardamom 30 mg, cassia cinnamon 30 mg, sodium sulphate 25 mg, artichoke leaves 20 mg, watercress 20 mg, kola seed 20 mg, activated carbon 20 mg, centaury herb 20 mg, long pepper 10 mg, pitted myrobalan fruits 10 mg, zinc oxide 5mg.

Recommended consumption

When needed, take 2 capsules in the morning with hot water. Do not take more than 2 capsules daily.

If you want to keep your fat digestion and liver functions in balance and support them in their natural active phases, PADMA GALETEN can be combined with PADMA HEPATEN as an all-round protection for liver and gall energy.

In this case, take 2 capsules of PADMA GALETEN in the morning on an empty stomach and 2 capsules of PADMA HEPATEN in the evening.

Allergy information

PADMA GALETEN is vegan, lactose- and gluten-free and suitable for diabetics. Note for diabetics: 1 capsule contains 0.06 g of usable carbohydrates.

The capsules do not contain any artificial preservatives or colorants.

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PADMA Galeten is a dietary supplement with herbs developed to support the fat digestion

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT

Bile and fat digestion

Fats, along with proteins and carbohydrates, are among the most important macronutrients that we eat every day. The prerequisite for the absorption of fats is a normally functioning digestion of fats, which mainly takes place in the duodenum.

Fats are not easy to digest because they are insoluble in the aqueous environment of the digestive tract. Therefore, bile from the gall bladder is transported into the duodenum. The bile allows for the fats to be further processed by digestive enzymes. They are then made available for absorption in the small intestine.

An interesting additional function of bile is the excretion of water-insoluble substances into the intestine. Thus, the bile also has a cleansing function. The digestion of fats begins with a slight delay after the intake of food and is therefore especially active during the day.

The Tibetan perspective

According to the Tibetan constitutional doctrine, rich foods (meat, cheese, fatty foods, sweets, finished products) but also stress lead to an increase in Beken energy (cold mucus) and a decrease in bile energy (nutri cheyley).

This can particularly disrupt fat digestion since fatty foods are not sufficiently broken down. It can be perceived as a feeling of sluggishness and fullness after a rich meal.

A stimulation of the bile energy activates both the medrod (digestive fire) and the liver energy, this improves the absorption of nutrients (fats) and lowers the cool Beken energy, which leads to a feeling of lightness in the abdominal cavity.

THE TIBETAN COMPOSITION

The ingredients of PADMA GALETEN can be divided into six groups: warming ingredients, fruits, salts, flowers, cooling ingredients and Garnag. The ingredients with warming properties compensate for Beken disbalances. The bitter ingredients counteract Tripa disbalances. Salt ensures a smooth bile flow, and the fruits balance out the warm and cooling ingredients. All these properties activate the nutri cheyley (bile energy) and contribute to a balanced and harmonious digestive and liver energy especially after a fatty meal.

Garnag

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Activated carbon (tib.: garnag for black camphor) is used to compensate for cold Tripa disbalances and for the warming effects of the other ingredients in the formula.

Flowers

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Safflower flowers (tib.: gundum) have a bitter and slightly pungent taste and have cooling properties. They are primarily used for supporting liver energy and its metabolism.

Salts

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Sodium sulphate (tib.: gyam tsa) is a salt and has a sweet and bitter taste as well as warming properties. It supports the digestive fire.

Warming ingredients

Pomegranate seeds (tib.: se ‘bru) are sour and sweet. They have a warming effect on the digestive fire and thus support the central body system. Pomegranate seeds are the main ingredient for cold Beken imbalances.

Cassia cinnamon (tib.: shin tsa) supports, according to the Tibetan point of view, the medrod (digestive fire) in the case of a cold imbalance in the stomach and liver area. Cassia cinnamon also reduces grang lung (cold wind). This ingredient has a pungent, sweet, slightly salty and astringent taste.

Cardamom seeds (tib.: sug mel) with their pungent taste and warming properties support the digestive fire and give off their warmth in the kidney area. According to the Tibetan constitutional doctrine, they can have a positive influence on the natural appetite and balance out all cold imbalances.

Long pepper (tib.: pipi ling) with its pungent taste and warming properties has an effect on Beken and Lung imbalances in the stomach area.

Fruits

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Pitted myrobalan fruits (tib.: arura) have a bitter, sweet, sour and astringent taste.

In the Tibetan constitutional doctrine, the myrobalan fruit is said to play a primary role, since the plant has a balancing effect on all three energies of the body.

Once arura was blessed by the Medicine Buddha before it was administered.

It is the first plant used in the Tibetan constitutional doctrine.

Cooling ingredients

Veronica officinalis has a bitter taste and cooling properties. It supports the production of “good blood” and soothes the “hot stages” of blood.

Dandelion root with its bitter and slightly sweet taste and cooling properties balances Lung, Tripa and Beken disbalances. Above all, it supports liver energy and its metabolism.

Kola seeds have an astringent and slightly bitter taste and are used in the Tibetan constitutional doctrine because of their cooling properties.

Artichoke leaves have a bitter taste and cooling properties. They are used in the western Tibetan constitutional doctrine.

Centaury herb has a bitter taste and cooling properties and is used in the western Tibetan constitutional doctrine.

Watercress is bitter and slightly spicy. It has cooling properties and is used in the western Tibetan constitutional doctrine.

PADMA GALETEN is available in pharmacies, drugstores and selected health food stores in Switzerland