Fali-Lepsin (Falilepsin)

Name:Falylepsin (Fali-Lepsin) Indications for use: Various forms of epilepsy. Pharmacological action: Due to the properties of its constituent components. The inclusion of pseudonorephedrine in its composition, which has a moderate stimulating effect on the central nervous system, somewhat reduces the inhibitory effect (drowsiness, decreased performance) of phenobarbital. Fali-Lepsin (Falilepsin) method of administration and doses: Adults and […]

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Faex medicinalis (Beer yeast)

Name:Brewer’s yeast (Faex medicinalis) Indications for use: Hypovitaminosis Bi (reduced intake of vitamin Bi in the body), furunculosis (multiple purulent inflammation of the skin). Pharmacological action: Vitamin product. Faex medicinalis (brewer’s yeast) method of administration and dose: Inside. Adults 2 teaspoons, children 1-2 teaspoons. Faex medicinalis (brewer’s yeast) contraindications: Not identified. Faex medicinalis (brewer’s yeast) side

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Gangrene is the death of a part of the body. Any tissues and organs can be affected – skin, subcutaneous tissue, muscles, intestines, gallbladder, lungs, etc. There are dry and wet gangrene. Dry gangrenemore often develops in violation of the blood circulation of the limb in emaciated, dehydrated patients. With the slow development of necrosis, the tissues dry

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bladder cancer

bladder cancer Epidemiology. The tumor is referred to the most frequent malignant neoplasms (within 3% of all tumors and 30-50% of tumors of the genitourinary organs). Bladder cancer in men is noted 3-4 times more often. Most often registered in 40-60 years. Etiology. The occurrence of urinary cancer Industrial carcinogens used in rubber, paint, paper, and chemical industries are implicated

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Urethritis is an inflammation of the urethra (urethra). This is a very common urological disease. Urethritis affects approximately equally often both men and women. There are two large groups of urethritis – infectious and non-infectious. Infectious urethritis is caused by various pathogens. Urethritis is divided into specific (gonococci, gardnerella) and nonspecific (staphylococcus aureus, E. coli, streptococcus). Non-infectious urethritis can

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Althea hemp – hemp althea

Althea hemp (Althaea sannabina); Hemp altea   Perennial herbaceous pubescent rough plant of the mallow family. The stem is erect, branched, 60-150 cm tall. Leaves alternate, long-petiolate, finger-5-dissected, with narrow-lanceolate lobes; the upper leaves are divided into 3 narrow, oblong, pointed lobes with unequal-sized pollen grains along the edge. The flowers are regular, bisexual, single or 2 in leaf axils, on

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Althea Armenian – Altay Armenian

Althea Armenian (Althaea armeniaca); Altai Armenian   A perennial herbaceous, soft-felt plant of the mallow family. The stem is erect, 60-150 cm tall. The leaves are pinnately divided, sharply toothed, with elongated ovate lobes. The flowers are bisexual, regular, 5-petalled, pink-purple, in a panicle-like inflorescence. The peduncles are as long as the leaves in the axils of which they sit, or

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Marshmallow officinalis, or marshmallow

Marshmallow officinalis , or PROSKURNYAK Perennial herbaceous plant 1-1.5 m in height. The rhizome is thick, short, with a lobe of rope-like brown-yellow roots. Stem erect, branched. Leaves are alternate with early falling stipules, long-petiolate, gray-green, heart-shaped or ovate, soft-tomentose, pubescent, unevenly crenate-serrate along the edge, the upper ones are almost three-lobed. The flowers are quite large (up to

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Marshmallow officinalis – marshmallow likarska (veterinary practice)

Name: Marshmallow officinalis – marshmallow likarska (veterinary practice) Marshmallow officinalis – althaea officinalis l.   Popular names: marshmallow, mallow, wild poppy, wild rose, gulkhetma. Botanical characteristic. Malvaceae family. Perennial herbaceous plant, many-headed, short, woody. The rhizome is thick, brownish-yellow with branched fleshy whitish roots. The stems are slightly branched, erect, up to 1.5 m high. The leaves are grayish-green, softly pubescent, alternate, lower

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Marshmallow officinalis – marshmallow likarska (harvesting and storage)

Name: Marshmallow officinalis – marshmallow likarska (harvesting and storage) Marshmallow officinalis – Althaea officinalis L. Ukrainian name – marshmallow likarska, popular names – erysipelas likarska, marshmallow, mallow, pride, papurnik, etc.   Malvaceae family – Malvaceae. The roots are used for medicinal purposes. It occurs almost throughout Ukraine, with the exception of the Carpathians and the Crimean Mountains (not

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