Dosage and administration
30-50 drops 3-4 times a day. Tincture can be diluted in a still water.
In some cases, possible allergic reactions, dyspepsia. If you experience these symptoms, the course should be canceled.
Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug, peptic ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcers, erosive gastritis (acute phase), arterial hypotension.
Interaction with other drugs
Enhances the effect of sleeping pills and analgesic drugs.
Sedation develops slowly, by the end of the 3rd week.
During the period of treatment, caution is required when operating vehicles and engaging in other potentially hazardous activities that require increased concentration and psychomotor speed.
Motherwort tincture is a well-known natural herbal supplement that has been used in Chinese and European traditional medicine for hundreds of years.
Motherwort is used as a sedative. Motherwort is often compared to Valery, noting that it acts even stronger than the latter. Among other things, a motherwort tincture produces tonic effect reduces the heart rate, which is very important for people involved in sports. A motherwort tincture can reduce blood glucose levels, which is important for people with diabetes.
This is a supplement of herbal origin, it is 100% natural. It has a sedative, hypotensive and cardiotonic action. Motherwort tincture 2-3 times more strongly influences some functions of the central nervous system compared to valerian tincture. The therapeutic effect is manifested during the systematic and long-term course of treatment.
Indications for use
- As a sedative supplement:
- with neurotic disorders, accompanied by sleep disturbance;
- neurosis and vegetative-vascular dystonia;
- in case of vegetative neurosis of pre-menopausal period, accompanied by high blood pressure, tachycardia and cardiac pain;
- in case of increased excitability.