Peony evading stems and leaves - 50 g
Peony evading roots and rhizomes - 50 g
Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) 40% - in the amount essential to make tincture.
One bottle contains 25 ml of tincture, which is approx. 1000 drops.
Application and dosage
To be administered orally. Dosage for adults and children from 12 years of age is 30-40 drops 3 times a day for 25-30 days. If prescribed by a doctor, the treatment course can be repeated after 10 days.
Hypersensitivity to the components of the tincture, liver and/or kidney failure, pregnancy, breastfeeding period and children under 12 years of age.
To be applied with caution in case of kidney and liver diseases, gastritis, traumatic brain injury or brain disorders.
It is recommended to follow the application instructions, as Peony evading is a poisonous plant. In case of overdose perform a gastric lavage and consult a doctor.
Interaction with other drugs
The tincture lowers the effect of CNS stimulants and enhances the effect of hypnotic, sedative and analgesic drugs.
Store at a dark place at a temperature of 15-25 °С.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Shelf life is 2 years.
Peony evading tincture is a herbal sedative medicine. Peony evading (Maryin root) is a perennial herbaceous plant. Its roots contain essential oils, digestible carbohydrates, vitamin C, benzoic acid, sitosterol, terpenoids, tannins, potassium, calcium and manganese. Its aerial part contains glycosides, bioflavonoids and tannins and its seeds are rich with fatty oils. The plant was widely used in Chinese, Mongolian and other traditional medicines to treat gastrointestinal diseases, malaria, fever, and as a sedative drug and even as an antidote for poisonings. It belongs to the group of natural adaptogens, the means that stimulate the immune system.
The tincture is used as a sedative and a natural hypnotic in patients with sleep disorders, excitability of the nervous system and dysautonomia. It stimulates endorphin production and helps to cope with stress and emotional overload. It can also be used as part of complex therapy of chronic alcoholism and hormonal imbalance during menopause and in order to relieve cramps, involuntary spasms and contractions in patients with epilepsy. Moreover, the tincture has been proven to have antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory effects.
- Koo et al (2010) Platelet anti-aggregatory and blood anti-coagulant effects of compounds isolated from Paeonia lactiflora and Paeonia suffruticosa https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20824965
- H Dong-Yi, D Sheng-Ming (2011) Anti-Inflammatory and Immunomodulatory Effects of Paeonia Lactiflora Pall., a Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3108611/
- Zhu et al (2018) Impact of different post-harvest processing methods on the chemical compositions of peony root https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6611895/