Dragees with herbal complex — source of flavonoids for normalization of the nervous system function
Ingredients (200 mg):
— powder of rhizomes and roots of Valerian (35 mg);
— powder of seedheads of Hop (6 mg);
— powder of leaves of Peppermint (Mentha piperita) (6 mg).
Excipients: refined sugar, lactose, basic magnesium carbonate as color stabilizer, calcium stearate as anti-caking agent, titanium dioxide as colorant, the colorant “Green apple”, bee wax as glazing agent, vegetable oil.
Package: № 50, № 60, № 100, № 120.
Powder of Valerian root, obtained using cryogenic processing, preserves the most of its beneficial properties. It is a source of valeric and isovaleric acids, valepotriates, and other biologically active substances (more than 120), contains up to 3.5% of essential oil. Many of these substances (valerenal, valepotriate, valerian, bornilisovalerianate, etc.) are technologically available only after cryogenic processing while other processing technologies are useless. It also has spasmolytic effect, improves myocardium function at cardioneurosis.
Hop acts as antibiotic and sedative agent.
Peppermint leaves subjected to cryogenic processing retain the maximum of their biologically active substances that provide sedative and spasmolytic effects.
— sedative effect, slow but stable enough;
— recommended with increased nervous excitability, insomnia, cardioneurosis, vascular spasms, hypertension, migraine, hysteria, gastrointestinal spasms, renal and hepatic cramps, thyroid gland diseases, hyperthyroidism, neurodermatitis.
— sleep disorders;
— as source of flavonoids – group of substances of vegetable origin that have antioxidant, anti-radiation, spasmolytic, antiulcer, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, wound healing, hypotensive, estrogenic, bactericide, diuretic and other effects;
— for normalization of diurnal rhythms;
— as part of a combined therapy and prophylaxis of thyroid gland and gastrointestinal tract diseases, hypertension, strokes, etc.
Recommended for use as follows
Adults: 4 dragees 3 times a day at mealtimes. Duration – 4 weeks.