Medica Tudca 90caps


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MyoMedica Tudca strong support for your liver.

MyoMedica Tudca is a supplement providing a high dose of tauroursodeoxycholic acid with detoxifying effects. TUDCA effectively protects and regenerates the liver. Its action has a strong effect on anti-inflammatory processes, which contributes to a significant improvement in the functioning of the digestive system. Flatulence, heartburn, a feeling of heaviness, abdominal pain – these are common symptoms of liver problems. TUDCA effectively reduces negative complaints, protects and rebuilds the liver, which significantly improves our daily functioning.

MyoMedica Tudca is:

  • Supports the digestive system,
  • Protects the liver from damage,
  • Accelerates liver regeneration,
  • Has a shielding effect against SAA and PH,
  • Powerful detoxifying effect.

What is TUDCA?

Tudca is a breakthrough drug developed to alleviate the toxicity of orally administered steroids and prohormones. Chemically, TUDCA is tauroursodeoxycholic acid. The Tudca supplement is designed to protect the liver from the harmful metabolites produced by methylated prohormones like superdrol. With success, TUDCA can be used as a shielding supplement during a cycle with oral agents. The strong detoxifying effect protects the liver and prevents liver damage.


1 serving, 3 capsules:
TUDCA – 300 mg – Tauroursodeoxycholic acid (Tauro-Urso-Deoxy-Cholic), often known as TUDCA, is a secondary bile salt released by the liver. When bile salts from the liver enter the intestines, they can be converted into UDCA (ursodeoxycholic acid) by intestinal bacteria. When a taurine molecule reacts with the structure of ursodeoxycholic acid, TUDCA – with powerful detoxifying properties – is formed. The use of c17-alpha-alkylated steroids can be lethal to the liver. Tauroursodeoxycholic acid is actually a compound that has quite the opposite effect, which we can take advantage of during cycles using prohormones.

NAC – 100 mg – N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is a derivative of L-cysteine to which an acetyl group has been attached. Due to this basic chemical action, after ingestion it is almost completely metabolised in the liver, where it supports, among other things, the production of glutathione. The final breakdown products of this chemical are glycine and glutathione. Why should we consume NAC? As there are no food sources to supply NAC, it can only be provided through supplementation. The half-life is approximately 5-6 hours. NAC has also long been used in medicine.


1 serving, 3 capsules per day.

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