Juval (Juval)

Name:Juval (Juval)

Indications for use:
Mild liver failure; dyspepsia (digestive disorders) due to hepatosis or acute hepatitis (non-inflammatory and inflammatory disease of the liver tissue), dyskinesia (impaired mobility) of the biliary tract, hyposecretory anorexia (lack of appetite due to decreased secretion / secretion / gastric juice), constipation.

Pharmacological action:
It has hepatoprotective (protecting liver tissues), choleretic and antispastic (preventing the development of spasms) action.

Juval (Juval) method of administration and doses:
Adults are prescribed 1-2 tablespoons of syrup (10-20 ml), children – 1 teaspoon (5 ml) before meals.

Storage conditions:
List B. In a cool, dark place.

Release form:
Syrup in bottles of 200 ml. 100 ml of syrup contains: choline acetylmethioninate – 4 g, dihydroxydibitylester – 3 g, cyanocobalamin (vit. Vp) – 3000 mcg, sorbitol (70%) – 20 g, orthosiphon stamineus – 1.5 g, aubergin – 1.8 g .

Combined product containing choline acetylmethioninate, dihydroxydibitylester, cyanocobalamin, sorbitol (70%), orthosiphon stamineus, aubergin.

Before using the medication“Juval (Juval)” must be consulted with a doctor.
The instructions are provided solely for familiarization with “Juval (Juval) “.

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