Epigalin 60 pcs
Dietary supplements

Epigalin 60 pcs


Epigalin is recommended as an additional source of nutrients for hyperplastic processes in hormone-dependent organs in order to inhibit their development, as well as suppress pathological tissue growth.


Indications for use (instruction): Epigalin 60 pcs

Recommended as a dietary supplement to the diet as an additional source of indole-3-carbinol and epigallocatechin-3-gallate in order to normalize metabolic processes in the reproductive organs and mammary glands in women (including uterine leiomyoma, mastopathy, endometrial hyperplasia, endometriosis, adenomyosis; dysplastic processes in the cervix associated with HPV) and the prostate gland in men (including with prostatic hyperplasia), in order to help inhibit hyperplastic processes in hormone-dependent organs and tissues that require suppression of pathological cell growth and new vessels, activation of apoptosis, normalization of estrogen metabolism.

How to use

For adults, take 1-2 capsules daily with meals. Take the capsules whole without opening. The duration of use and the need for a second course are determined by the doctor individually.

It is recommended to consult a doctor before use.


Individual intolerance, pregnancy and lactation. It is not recommended for people taking products that reduce the acidity of gastric juice. It is not a drug.


1 capsule contains: active ingredients: indole-3-carbinol – 200 mg, green tea extract – 82 mg (equivalent to epigallocatechin-3-gallate – 45 mg); auxiliary substances: anti-caking agents: magnesium stearate, amorphous silicon dioxide; capsule shell: gelatin, dye: iron oxide red (E 172). GMO free.


Epigalin capsules may have a specific odor, which is a characteristic feature of indole-3-carbinol, which is part of it. The presence of a specific smell in no way affects the efficacy and safety of Epigalin.

Release form

Capsules No. 60 per package


Biohealth International GmbH, Germany.

Sanitary and hygienic conclusion


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