Complex OXY4

OXY4 is a blend of plant extracts (Pomegranate, Red Grapevine, Bilberry) and quercetin, with high antioxidant power.

(Punica granatum L.)

Dry extract titrated at 40% ellagic acid Rich in vitamins and minerals, the fruit of the pomegranate contains a number of polyphenolic compounds, particularly ellagic acid and derivatives, with antioxidant power and support for blood vessel walls, promoting normal cardiovascular function.

Red Grapevine
(Vitis vinifera L.)

Dry extract titrated at 5% polyphenols Red Grapevine leaves reach their highest content of active ingredients after the grape harvest, a period when they also reach their maximum red colour, mainly due to polyphenolic compounds with strong antioxidant and protective properties on the cardiovascular system and microcirculation.

Uva rossa
(Vaccinium myrtillus L.)

Dry extract titrated at 1% anthocyanins As well as being eaten as a fresh fruit, bilberry fruits are used in phytotherapy in the form of an extract, as they are rich in vitamins, minerals, organic acids and anthocyanins, which give them their characteristic colour and exert an antioxidant and microcirculation-supporting action.

Uva rossa

A flavonoid naturally present in many fruits, it is one of the most studied for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory capacity.

Healthful ingredients

Punica Granatum

In ancient times, the pomegranate fruit was already held in high regard because of its various beneficial properties. For instance, the ancient Egyptians were aware of the vermifugal properties of the pomegranate root. Modern scientific research has focused on pomegranate juice because of its benefits for the cardiovascular system. Thanks to the presence of rich and valuable natural active substances, pomegranate-based preparations are useful in the prevention of risks and disorders related to the vascular system. Moreover, thanks to its antibacterial, tonic and diuretic properties, the pomegranate contributes to one’s general well-being. A number of experimental studies have so far confirmed that a daily intake of just a few milliliters of pomegranate helps to protect the circulatory system

Red yeast rice
Red yeast rice
Monascus Purpureus

Is produced from the fermentation of rice with monascus purpureus, an Asian fungus of the ascomicetae family responsible for the rice’s characteristic reddish color. Red yeast rice has been used by the Chinese as a medicinal food since 800 A.D. Its therapeutic benefi ts in supporting digestion and stimulating blood circulation were recorded in the traditional Chinese Pharmacopoeia, Ben Cao Gang Mu-Dan Shi Bu Yi from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). In traditional Chinese medicine, red yeast rice was used to treat abdominal pain and dysentery, as well as external and internal injuries. Red yeast rice has been used for centuries as a flavor enhancer, a food preservative and a base for the production of alcoholic rice wine

Leonurus Cardiaca L.

Belongs to the Lamiaceae family and has for centuries been thought to possess sedative properties at the cardiovascular and hypotensive levels through emmenagogue and platelet aggregation inhibitor effects. According to recent studies, motherworth is one of the most effective herbal remedies to correct mild heart rate disorders because it promotes hypotension, vasodilatation and a slower heart rate. It is recommended for the treatment of cardiac neurosis and angina because it improves coronary perfusion.

Olea Europaea L.

The olive tree is rich in a particular substance: Oleuropein, a bitter glycoside particularly present in the foliage. The hydrolysis of Oleuropein generates molecules that are very important for our health: Helenolic Acid, Hydroxytyrosol, Tyrosol and Rutin. The leaves’ve astringent and purifying properties, therefore they’ve a healing effect for all types of inflammation. Olive leaves have a significant hypotensive effect as they’re shown to increase arteries elasticity and thus promote regular blood circulation by counteracting phenomena such as heavy legs and varicose veins. Olive leaf extract has proved to be very useful in regulating blood pressure.

Amaranthus Caudatus L.

Belongs to the amaranthus genus, which includes several species native to Central America, where amaranth has been cultivated since pre-Columbian times. The Amaranthus genus includes about 60 species, but only three are considered suitable for the production of seeds, and of these three the best is the Caudatus. The rediscovery of this seed was disseminated to the general public in 1975 in a botany text published by the US National Academy of Sciences. Amaranthus caudatus is rich in protein (up to 16%) and is a valuable biological agent because it contains high amounts of lysine, an essential amino acid. It is also rich in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and fiber, all of which promote cholesterol metabolism. It is gluten free and thus suitable for individuals suffering from celiac disease.


Is a shrub that grows wild in the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere. Its flowers contain flavonoids and proanthocyanidins. Flavonoids are antioxidants and free radical “cleaners” useful in the prevention of cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases. Hawthorn helps stabilize the frequency of heartbeats and is thus useful to treat angina, as well as other disorders due to hyperexcitability of the heart. It contains tannins and flavonoids, which act on the central nervous system and are useful for patients who suffer from stress or wish to sleep better. Hawthorn helps to combat free radicals and reduces the amount of cholesterol that settles in blood-vessel walls after being oxidized.