Passiflora Syrup
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Sedatiive remedy



 

Passiflora Syrup

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION:

Active components of Passiflora Syrup are:

Passiflora Herb /Herba Passiflorae/ – 15.0 g

Sorbit - 32.0 g

Sorbic acid – 0.15 g

Ethyl Spirit /Spiritus aethylicus/ 95% - 34.0 g

Distillated Water /aqua destillata/ - 100 ml

 

PHARMACOLOGICAL FEATURES:  Passiflora Syrup   acts as a sedative and can cause daytime drowsiness. Increases delay processes in cortical and subcortical  neurons in the brain, reduces reflectory excitation within central part of nervous system, prolongs somnolent  action of soporific drugs, and decreases activity of spontaneous activities

 

THERAPEUTIC  INDICATIONS: various forms of neuroses: vegetoneurosis; climacteric neurosis; agitation/excitation; phobia; tension

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CONTRAINDICATION: Passiflora Syrup  is contraindicated in patients with increased sensitivity towards components of the medicine. Myocardial infarction (heart attack), stenocardia.

 

DOSAGE AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Passiflora Syrup  is swallowed per orally, for adults a dessert spoon two-three  times daily, before meal, daily dosage in of age 3-6 a half tea spoon once a day; and children of age 6-12 a tea spoon once a day.

 

PRESENTATION: 100 ml a tightly closed orange color glass or polyethylene  bottle. Each bottle is labeled.

SHELF LIFE:  2 years.

 

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS: Store in a cool and dry place. Protect from light.

 

Prescription not required.

 

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