Cynara scolimus L. (dried extract)…........................ 8.5%
Fumaria officinalis L. (dried extract).............. ………8.5%
Peumus boldus Moll (dried extract)......................... 8.5%
Anthemis nobilis L. (dried extract).…......................... 4%
Artemisia absinthium L. (dried extract)..................... 0.8%
Rosmarinus officinalis L. (essential oil)................... 0.4%
Vegetable glycerine and distilled water.................. 69.3%


The daily efficient intake (A.D.E.) determines the average quantity of active principles by daily intake  to help in the improvement of the body general state.



Intake by ml **


A.D.E. (3 ml)

Flavonoids (Clorogenic acid, caffeic acid, vitexine, myricetine, quercetine, aglicone luteoline, apigenine)

5 mg
0,8 mg
0,15 mg
0,15 mg

15 mg
2,4 mg
0,45 mg
0,45 mg


Use advises: Adults:

We recommend takin the A.D.E. 1 ml (about 25 drops) 3 times a day diluted in water. Children: between 5 and 12 year old half the dose of an adult.

(**1 ml= about 25 drops)


COMPOSOR 3 is a mixture of extracts and essential oils of medicinal plants in vehicle of vegetable glycerine.

It’s a combination of plants with choleretic, cholagogue, hepatic-cell regenerative, hypocholesterolizant, digestive, antiinflammatory and diuretic actions. Particularly indicated for cases of hepatobiliary and digestive insufficiency or dysfunction. Due to its content in Wormwood, it acts as a stimulant to the central nervous system.

It’s properties are due to the action of various plants:

Cynara scolymus (Artichoke) carries bitter principles (cynarine and cynaropicrine) with choleretic, hepatic-cell regenerative and hypocholesterolizant actions. Organic acids (succinic a., uric a.,) contri­bute to this action. Also exerts a diuretic action, because of hydroxi­methylacrylic acid, flavonoids and mineral salts rich in potassium. Artichoke activates the toxic-substance metabolism.

Fumaria officinalis (Fumitory) is a plant traditionally used as depurative because of its properties: Diuretic (potassium salts), choleresis regulative and antispasmodic (flavonoids and alkaloids).

Peumus boldus (Boldo), due to its content in essential oil (ascaridol, eucalyptol, and p-cymene) and alkaloids (mostly, boldine), has strong choleretic and cholagogue actions. Has flavonoids with a diuretic action.

Anthemis nobilis (Roman chamomille) contains: a sesquiterpenic lactone (nobiline) which makes the plant an excellent bitter tonic; a large number of polyphenols (esters of caffeic acid, glucose, coumarines and flavonoids) with an spasmolitic action; essence (isobutyl angelate and chamazulene), providing eupeptic and antiinflammatory properties. A plant of great use for digestive affections because of the features of its phytoconstituents.

Artemisia absinthium (Wormwood) owes its healing features mostly to its content in bitter principles (absinthine) and essential oil (thujone) which give the plant appetite stimulant, eupeptic, carminative and choleretic properties (among others). A plant fairly efficient for biliary upsets, particularly indicated for the subsequent treatment of hepatic colics.

Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) possesses phenolic acids (caffeic a., rosmarinic a., etc.), to which it owes its choleretic and cholagogue action. Flavonoids (apigenine and luteoline heteroxides) provide antispasmodic properties, which, together with phenolic acids, are responsible for its diuretic action.


For all cases of hepatobiliary insufficiency or dysfunction, and hepatic congestions.

Can be of use in certain cases of biliary lithiasis.

For vomiting, insomnia, malaise, constipation and headache of hepatic origin.

For digestive troubles deriving from a biliary disequilibrium (epigastric pains, poor digestions, etc.).

For intoxications and depurative therapies.


Contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation periods, due to the presence of Boldo, Rosemary and Wormwood.

Contraindicated, too, in cases of prostatism, gastroenteritis and dermatosis, due to the presence of Rosemary.


Doses must be respected. In high doses, Rosemary essence is epileptogenic, and Wormwood essence may cause psychical and sensorial alterations, delirium, vertigines, thrills, etc.


No side effects.