Dr. Scurr®'s Zinopin®
Formulated in Switzerland, Zinopin®
is a natural supplement with a unique standardized combination of naturally sourced extracts.
- 150mg Standardized Ginger Root Extract
- 100mg Pycnogenol® (French Maritime Pine Bark Extract)
is manufactured utilizing Vcap™
(vegetable capsules) and is therefore suitable to vegans. Zinopin®
contains no sugar, no artificial colors nor flavors, no preservatives, no wheat, no gluten, no soy and no dairy; it is also yeast free and sodium-free.
should be taken prior to any long distance travel (2 hours or more of traveling) or in any other situation where people remain inactive for an extended period of time.
Directions for use
For each one-way trip:
- 1 capsule 1 day before departure
- 2 capsules 1 hour before departure
- 1 capsule per day for 2 days after arrival
The Ginger contained in Zinopin®
is a standardized, 10:1 concentrated material specifically manufactured for Zinopin®
and its application thereby complying with the WHO Monographs On Selected Medicinal Plants posology for Ginger Root, the two active ingredients which have been standardized being Shogaols and Gingerols.
The WHO (World Health Organisation) Monographs On Selected Medicinal Plants describe Ginger as a prophylaxis of nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, post-operative nausea, pernicious vomiting in pregnancy and seasickness, dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, vomiting, diarrhoea, spasm and other stomach complaints or discomfort.
is the extract from the bark of the French Maritime Pine tree which grows in Les Landes, in south-west France.
This unspoiled and natural environment is the unique source of Pycnogenol®
is produced by a validated manufacturing process following Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
More than 130 scientific articles and clinical trials have confirmed Pycnogenol®
’s safety, absence of toxicity, and clinical efficacy. In today’s marketplace, Pycnogenol®
is one of the best researched natural products.
Scientific evidences on its antioxidant capacity and protective action on the vascular system have been published in the most renowned scientific journals.