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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Fucus blisteris

Perennial brown seaweed, which attaches to coastal rocks and rocky soil, erect (in the upper part it has bubble-like swellings – in the thallus itself), reaching a size of 50-60 cm. – green to dark brown. It reproduces vegetatively and sexually by zygotes. Dioecious seaweed. Distributed in the shallow coastal zone of almost the entire Atlantic Ocean,

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Popular names: humpback fucus, sea oak, porcine fucus. Often used: layers looking for both types of algae. Pharmacy name: Fucus – Fucus vesiculosus. Botanical description. Bubbly and knotty fucus belong to a group of brown algae that live in the shallow waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the North and Western Baltic Seas, and also in the Pacific Ocean. Ribbon-like

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Physalis spicy – common physalis

More and more often, physalis “lamps” are burning in the homesteads in the fall. They look especially beautiful among dull, yellowed green. The natural places where the plant grows are the south of Russia, Ukraine (the entire territory) and Moldova; in the middle zone of Russia, physalis is known only in culture. In warm years, its seeds ripen well.

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Three-color violet – three-color violet

tricolor pansies, brother-and-sister; Violet family (Violaceae); violet three-color  Everyone knows this plant – the delicate, uneven color of the petals of its flowers attracted the attention of amateur breeders at the beginning of the last century. This is how the wild violet became the progenitor of a large number of garden brothers. In natural conditions, the tricolor violet

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The violet is tricolor

Viola tricolor L. The violet family is Violaceae   What does it look like? One- and two-year herbaceous plant 5-45 cm tall. The stem is simple or branched, covered with short hairs, lying, but stretching upwards. The lower leaves are heart-shaped and ovate, the upper ones are lanceolate. On the sides of the leaf there are two large pinnate

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Field violet – field violet

One-year or two-year scattered short-haired plant of the violet family. Stems are erect or erect, 5-50 cm high, simple or branched from the base, with ascending lower branches. The leaves are alternate, simple, notched along the edge or saw-notched (upper), with pinnate stipules (lateral inner lobes 3, outer – up to 6, the terminal lobe is enlarged

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Violet Kitaybelev – Violet Kitaybelev

Odnorichna 5-30 (40) cm The stems are erect or vishіdnі to mayzhe recumbent, simple or in the form of a base of razgaluzhenі, іruvatі in the form of dense pubescence. Leaves are black, simple, along the edge of the serrations or mayzhe tsіlokraї (primordial), with palmately lobed stipules; primordial leaflets are friable, wide within succulent, with a petiole

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Fragrant violet – fragrant violet

A perennial herbaceous plant of the violet family without a developed aerial stem. It has a creeping rhizome and rooted shoots that bloom only in the second year. Leaves in a basal rosette, simple, rounded or ovate-heart-shaped, short-pubescent, toothed-serrated on the edge, with ovate, rarely lanceolate, pointed or sometimes acuminate, pointed stipules; the tips do not exceed 1/2

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