February 6, 2019
This past February, Medical professionals gathered for the “Gyndolomiti” 2019, a gynecology and obstetrics congress. They attend lectures on the latest developments in these medical fields and they exchanged information on holistic women’s health.
“tigovit” green tea complex, the premium EGCG dietary supplement, was one of this year’s sponsors, promoting information exchange on naturopathic gynecology.
In 2018, “tigovit” supported the gynecological clinic of the Charité, in Berlin. tigovit supported a user study with women affected by uterine fibroids using tigovit as a treatment. The publication of the results of the myoma (uterine fibroids) user observation is expected in the second half of this year.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Johannes Huber (photo) spoke about the effects of green tea and highlighted the latest findings on the intake of green tea and EGCG, in combination with vitamin D.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Johannes Huber is a highly respected leader in the these fields, having lead from 1992 to 2011 the clinical department for gynecological endocrinology and reproductive medicine at the Medical University at the General Hospital Vienna.
More about the symposium, which is under the umbrella of the Federal Group of Gynecology and Obstetrics of the Austrian Medical Association: www.gyndolomiti.com