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Pion tincture (Paeoniae) 25ml

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Pion tincture instruction manualYou can buy Pion tincture on this pageComposition1 milliliter of the drug The tincture of the Peony of the deviant includes 0.05 grams of the deviating pion grass and 0.05 grams of rhizomes and root..

Pion tincture instruction manual

You can buy Pion tincture on this page

Composition

1 milliliter of the drug The tincture of the Peony of the deviant includes 0.05 grams of the deviating pion grass and 0.05 grams of rhizomes and roots of Paeoniae anomalae.
Additional substances: extractant.

Form of issue

Light brown liquid with a specific odor. Presence of opalescence and sediment is possible.
25, 15, 30, 50 and 100 ml of liquid in a glass dark vial; 1 bottle in a pack of cardboard.

pharmachologic effect

Sedative action.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics

Grass, roots and rhizomes Paeoniae anomalae include tannins, phenols, organic acids, which possess anticonvulsant, antispasmodic, sedative properties. Increases the acidity of the stomach and the body's ability to adapt to hypoxia.

Indications for use

The use of Pion Tincture is justified with increased excitability, sleep disorders, and vegetative-vascular diseases.

Contraindications

Contraindications to Peony Tincture:
    hypersensitivity to components contained in medicinal raw materials;
    arterial hypotension.

Side effects

    Disorders from the nervous sphere: drowsiness, general weakness.
    Disorders from the circulation: arterial hypotension.
    Allergic manifestations: rash on the skin, flushing, itching.

Instructions for use Pion Tinctures (Method and Dosage)

The instruction for the Peony evasion tincture prescribes how to take the medicine. Tincture from the peony is used orally 15 minutes before eating. Adults are recommended to appoint 15-20 drops to three times a day.
The duration of therapy is determined by a specialist individually for each patient, taking into account the severity, nature and characteristics of the course of the disorder, the certainty of the therapeutic effect achieved and the level of drug tolerance.
The recommended duration of treatment is 2 weeks, if necessary, the treatment cycle is allowed to be repeated after 3 months of interruption.

Overdose

Signs of an overdose: a decrease in blood pressure, drowsiness, dizziness.
When an overdose should stop the use of the drug and begin symptomatic therapy.

Interaction

The drug is able to enhance the effect of tranquilizers, hypnotics and sedatives, antidepressants, neuroleptics with sedative effect.

Terms of sale

Without recipe.

Storage conditions

Keep away from children. Store at room temperature.

Shelf life

2 years.

special instructions

With prolonged intake of large dosages of the drug should monitor the acidity of the stomach in individuals with a tendency to increase it.
Shake before use.

Analogues

Hawthorn tincture, Valerian extract and others.

Children

The medicine is not used in pediatric practice.

In pregnancy and lactation

Contraindicated to use the drug in these periods.

Reviews about Peony Evasion Tincture

Reviews about Peony Tincture in gynecology, neurology, gastroenterology report a good effect in the treatment of disorders such as menopause, PMS, with low acidity, stress, insomnia and other diseases. The drug has an affordable price and a low ability to cause side effects, which causes its widespread use.

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