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Mint tablets #10

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Mint tablets user manualTo buy Mint tablets just add it to your cartComposition of Mint tabletsIn one tablet of peppermint oil, 0.0025 grams and 0.5 grams of sugar. Talc, calcium stearate, as an auxiliary component.Form of issueTa..

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Mint tablets user manual

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Composition of Mint tablets

In one tablet of peppermint oil, 0.0025 grams and 0.5 grams of sugar. Talc, calcium stearate, as an auxiliary component.

Form of issue

Tablets sublingual.
Tablets for absorption 2.5 mg.

pharmachologic effect

Anti-nausea, spasmolytic.

Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics


The drug contains essential oil of mint, obtained from the leaves and stems of the plant. The basis of essential oil is menthol, pinenes, dipentene, phellandrene, ethers of menthol. Depending on the method of application (inside, outside, inhalation), the oil has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, reduces itching, dilates the blood vessels of the heart and brain. Increases appetite, reduces hiccups, increases intestinal peristalsis, reduces flatulence. Menthol has spasmolytic effect on the muscles of the digestive tract, sedative and antiemetic effects, increases the secretion of bile. Effective Mint tablets from nausea. Stimulating the receptors of the mucous membrane of the mouth and stomach, reflexively weaken the feeling of nausea and prevent the occurrence of vomiting.
In complex treatment Mint tablets from cough are used, which is associated with activation of the gastropulmonal reflex: irritating the receptors of the gastric mucosa, cause reflex stimulation of the secretion of the bronchial glands. As a result, the viscosity of the sputum decreases, the peristalsis of the bronchial muscles and the function of the ciliated epithelium increase. However, the most effective for coughing inhalation with mint oil.


The data are not presented.

Indications for use

Spasms in biliary, renal and intestinal colic, vomiting, nausea.

Contraindications for Mint tablets

    age up to 3 years;
    diabetes mellitus (in view of the sugar content).
With caution apply for cholelithiasis. Continuous use is not recommended for low blood pressure.

Side effects

Hyperemia, rash, itching, swelling of the skin, dermatitis, urticaria. There may be pain in the heart.

Mint tablets, instructions for use (Method and dosage)

Take under the tongue 1-2 tablets up to 5 times a day. Tablets should be kept in the mouth until completely dissolved.
The daily dose for adults - 8-10 tablets, for children from 3 to 12 years - 3-5 tablets a day.


In case of an overdose, there are pains in the region of the heart.


Data not provided.

Terms of sale

You don't need a prescription to buy Mint tablets.

Storage conditions

Temperature up to 20 ° С.
Shelf life - 2 years.

Reviews of Mint Tablets

In the reviews often used Mint tablets for nausea, intestinal spasms and bloating. Everyone points out their effectiveness for arresting these conditions. But there are people who dislike the smell of mint and do not like their sweet taste.
    "... We give to the child and thanks to him it is easier for him to carry his trips in public transport".
    "... I am well helped with bloating and soothing, but for my taste there is too much sugar, which is not very pleasant."
Often used Mint tablets during pregnancy, because they are good for nausea and vomiting. However, pregnant women, who are worried about heartburn, and also in the second half of pregnancy these pills are not recommended because as a result of relaxation of the musculature of the esophagus heartburn will intensify. There is another caveat: peppermint oil contains phytosterol, which increases the content of testosterone. Therefore, frequent and uncontrolled use of tablets during this period can lead to undesirable consequences.
    "... At a fit of nausea, mint pills helped me. Which I immediately resorbed, not leading the state to vomiting. "
    "... They saved me during pregnancy, although with severe attacks it was not very helpful. Nausea was at week 14. "
    "... In toxicosis in the first trimester, the doctor recommended these pills. It helped. "
    "... I took it, but not for long and only 2-3 times a day. The doctor said not to get carried away. Nausea was taken off well, and after 3 weeks she went away herself. "

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