for oral intake
|Preparation group:||Herbal preparation|
|Active ingredient:||Strophantus gratus 4X|
|Composition:||1 tablet contains: Medically active substance: 250 mg Strophanthus gratus 4X trit. Other constituents: lactose, potato starch, magnesium stearate.|
|Indication:||Cardiac weakness, increasing blood volume, hypertension; sodium burden; nervous heart by reason of smoking; arteriosclerosis; cardiac decompensation; anticipatory anxiety.|
|Characteristics:||Strophanthin, also known as Ouabain, was used by the African natives as arrow poison for a long time. It is produced from a milk-secreting climbing plant, but it is also an endogenous hormone which is produced in the adrenal gland and is involved in the regulation of sodium and water balance. The human hypophysis contains an isomer of g-Strophanthin. Therefore, g-Strophanthin is an endogenic substance. By its influence, myocardial activity can be relieved significantly. Weakness of the adrenal gland which often occurs with increasing age, as well as senile heart weakness can be balanced with G-Strophanthin.|
|Application:||Unless otherwise prescribed: For oral intake: in case of acute conditions 1 tablet every half to full hour up to a maximum of 12 times daily. In case of chronic conditions 2 tablets daily.|
|Side effects:||Because of the specific organic components of Strophantus 4X Sanum, theoretically, hypersensitivity may occur. In this case, discontinue use and treat symptomatically.|
|Adverse reactions:||None known.|
|Interactions with other remedies:||None known.|
|Precautions:||As with all medications and due to the variations of clinical studies, professional medical advice should be sought prior to recommending this product to women during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as well as with children. This also applies to patients with renal insufficiency and patients with heart failure.
Strophantus 4X Sanum should not be administered with other preparations containing cardiac glycosides.
|Advice:||This product contains lactose.|
|Duration of treatment:||Dependent on the advice of the physician or health care professional.|
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