A-Diston drops 50ml

$20.00

Apply in the complex treatment of functional disorders of the cardiovascular system, accompanied by arrhythmia, ischemia and hypoxia (neurocirculatory dystonia, vegetonevrosis) for the purpose of cardioprotection. Apply as an auxiliary drug in mild forms of heart rhythm disturbances.

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Description

A-Diston Composition:
active ingredient: tincture of medicinal plant materials: hawthorn fruit (–°rataegi fructus), motherwort herb (Leonuri cardiacae herba), valerian roots (Valerianae radix), fennel fruit (Fructus foeniculi vulgaris), mint leaves (Menthae piperitae folium), arnica flowers ( Arnicae flos) (extractant – ethanol 70%);

1 bottle of drops contains tinctures of medicinal plant materials (1:10): hawthorn fruit (–°rataegi fructus), motherwort herb (Leonuri cardiacae herba), valerian roots (Valerianae radix), fennel fruit (Fructus foeniculi vulgaris), mint leaves (Menthae piperitae) folium), arnica flowers (Arnicae flos) (extractant – ethanol 70%) – 30 ml or 50 ml.

Indications

Apply in the complex treatment of functional disorders of the cardiovascular system, accompanied by arrhythmia, ischemia and hypoxia (neurocirculatory dystonia, vegetonevrosis) for the purpose of cardioprotection.

Apply as an auxiliary drug in mild forms of heart rhythm disturbances.

Contradictions

– hypersensitivity to the components of the drug, allergy to plants of the family of composite flowers;

– history of alcoholism, simultaneous use of drugs containing alcohol;

– stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer;

– cirrhosis;

– pronounced arterial hypotension or bradycardia;

– depression and other diseases that are accompanied by inhibition of the central nervous system;

– bronchial asthma

Dosage & Administrations

Adult: 20-30 drops of A-Diston 3 times a day before meals.

Duration of treatment is determined by the physician individually and on average 30 days.