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Sylimarol 35® mg

 OTC Drugs
Auxiliary treatment of functional disorders of the liver and damage. Contains extract of Sylibum marianum husk.
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Description

Active ingredients:
50 mg of Sylibum husk dry extract (Silybi mariani fructus extractum siccum, DER 20 - 34 : 1, extractant: methanol 90%)

Therapeutic indications:
Auxiliary treatment in convalescence following toxic and metabolic damage of the liver caused by toxins (e.g. alcohol or plant pesticides) and indigestion (with flatulence and belching) after heavy meals. Auxiliary treatment of disorders after acute or chronic liver diseases.

Dosage and administration:
Adults and adolescents over 12: 2 tablets 3 times after meals, unless recommended otherwise by a doctor. Requires systematic administration from 2 or 4 weeks to 6 months of treatment. Consult the duration of administration with a doctor. After consulting a doctor or after severe poisoning, the dosage can be increased to 10 tablets a day. The minimum daily dose of silymarin is 200 mg, the maximum daily dose is 400 mg.

Contraindications:
Hypersensitivity to any of the components or plants from the family of Asteraceae (Compositae). No trials have been carried out on administration in children; hence it is not recommended for use in children under 12 years of age.

Marketing authorisation holder:
Poznańskie Zakłady Zielarskie Herbapol S.A. in Poznań

Available packages:
60 tablets


Read leaflet before use. The leaflet describes indications, contraindications, and gives information about adverse reactions and dosage, as well as about administration of the medicinal product. Otherwise consult a doctor or pharmacist as improper use of any pharmaceutical product can pose a danger to life and health.

Traditional herbal medicinal product with specific indications arising solely from long-term use.

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