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SPASMOPHYT

urrinary tract inflammations
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Indication:

The product is used for acute and chronic inflammations of the bladder. It has diuretic effects, alleviates pain, burning and itching and helps to ease muscle spasms.

Natural active substance:

Terpenes in pine, eucalyptus, anise, fennel and citrus plant oil supports the production of urine and has and anti-bacterial effect. Peppermint and chamomile oil eases muscle spasms. Arbutin in bearberry extract helps to excrete kidney stones.

Bearberry

leaves
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active substancequantity (w/w)
Turpentine oil30,4 %
Bearberry extract2,5 %
Eucalyptus oil4 %
Aniseed oil4,5 %
Peppermint oil3 %
Chamomile oil0,1 %
Fennel oil4 %
Citrus plant oil2 %
Salicylic acid1,5 %

Composition of additive substance:

Olive oil

Volume: 10 ml

The product is based on a combination of active natural substances (pine, eucalyptus, anise, fennel, citrus plant, peppermint, chamomile oil, bearberry extract and white willow) with diuretic, antiseptic, spasmolytic and carminative (against bloating) effects.

Extract from white willow (Salix alba) contains the active substance, saligenin, found in plant bark. It further metabolizes in the human body into salicylic acid, which has analgesic, antipyretic and antiseptic effects.

Vegetable substances are described in the paragraph devoted to natural substances.

Additional information of the product can be found if PDF (available for download below).

product information

Bearberry

leaves
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Bearberry
(Uvae ursi)
Bearberry leaves contains the active substance, arbutin, which further metabolizes in the body into hydroquinone. It has diuretic and antiseptic effects on the urinary tract. In human medicine, the herb is especially used in inflammation of the kidneys and the gall bladder, for kidney or gall stones.

Turpentine oil
(Terebinthinae etheroleum)
Purified turpentine oil from pine resin contains α- β- pinen. It has antiseptic effects and penetrates well into tissues.

Chamomile oil
(Chamomillae etheroleum)
Chamomile contains the therapeutically useful substances, coumarin, phenolcarboxylic acids, phytosterols, flavonoids and other. The drug has anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, carminative, mildly sedative, bacteriostatic and fungistatic effects.

Peppermint oil
(Menthae piperitae etheroleum)
Among other, peppermint oil contains the following active compounds: stereoisomers of menthol, menthyl acetate, menthofuran, cineol, limonen and other monoterpenes. The drug has antispasmodic, carminative and analgesic effects.

Aniseed oil
(Anisi etheroleum)
The main active substance of the drug, pimpinella anise, is an essential oil with 80 – 90% of anethole. The fruit of the plant is used for therapeutic purposes. It helps to alleviate cramping of the stomach muscles, improves digestion and supports the production of bile. It has carminative effects ad is used in promoting expectoration.

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SPASMOPHYT

urrinary tract inflammations
022_Spasmophyt_krabicka

Indication:

The product is used for acute and chronic inflammations of the bladder. It has diuretic effects, alleviates pain, burning and itching and helps to ease muscle spasms.

Natural active substance:

Terpenes in pine, eucalyptus, anise, fennel and citrus plant oil supports the production of urine and has and anti-bacterial effect. Peppermint and chamomile oil eases muscle spasms. Arbutin in bearberry extract helps to excrete kidney stones.

active substancequantity (w/w)
Turpentine oil30,4 %
Bearberry extract2,5 %
Eucalyptus oil4 %
Aniseed oil4,5 %
Peppermint oil3 %
Chamomile oil0,1 %
Fennel oil4 %
Citrus plant oil2 %
Salicylic acid1,5 %

Composition of additive substance

Olive oil

Volume: 10 ml

The product is based on a combination of active natural substances (pine, eucalyptus, anise, fennel, citrus plant, peppermint, chamomile oil, bearberry extract and white willow) with diuretic, antiseptic, spasmolytic and carminative (against bloating) effects.

Extract from white willow (Salix alba) contains the active substance, saligenin, found in plant bark. It further metabolizes in the human body into salicylic acid, which has analgesic, antipyretic and antiseptic effects.

Vegetable substances are described in the paragraph devoted to natural substances.

Additional information of the product can be found if PDF (available for download below).

product information

Bearberry

leaves
medvedice_lekarska_2 less

Bearberry
(Uvae ursi)
Bearberry leaves contains the active substance, arbutin, which further metabolizes in the body into hydroquinone. It has diuretic and antiseptic effects on the urinary tract. In human medicine, the herb is especially used in inflammation of the kidneys and the gall bladder, for kidney or gall stones.

Turpentine oil
(Terebinthinae etheroleum)
Purified turpentine oil from pine resin contains α- β- pinen. It has antiseptic effects and penetrates well into tissues.

Chamomile oil
(Chamomillae etheroleum)
Chamomile contains the therapeutically useful substances, coumarin, phenolcarboxylic acids, phytosterols, flavonoids and other. The drug has anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, carminative, mildly sedative, bacteriostatic and fungistatic effects.

Peppermint oil
(Menthae piperitae etheroleum)
Among other, peppermint oil contains the following active compounds: stereoisomers of menthol, menthyl acetate, menthofuran, cineol, limonen and other monoterpenes. The drug has antispasmodic, carminative and analgesic effects.

Aniseed oil
(Anisi etheroleum)
The main active substance of the drug, pimpinella anise, is an essential oil with 80 – 90% of anethole. The fruit of the plant is used for therapeutic purposes. It helps to alleviate cramping of the stomach muscles, improves digestion and supports the production of bile. It has carminative effects ad is used in promoting expectoration.