Neuropan Syrup 110ml Mint, Hawthorn, Valerian
NEUROPAN SYRUP MINT, HAWTHORN, VALERIAN
WHAT IS NEUROPAN AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR:
Neuropan is used for diseases of heart and blood vessels and irregular heartbeat. Neuropan is effective in treating psychological stress nervous tension and insomnia.
THE RECOMMENDED DAYLY DOSAGE
One tea spoon (5 ml) of the Neuropan Syrup 2-4 TIMES DAYLY with glass of water, milk, juice.
Neuropan is Food supplement and must not replace a varied and balanced diet.
Neuropan is not suitable for children under 12 years old, if you are pregnant or breast feeding.
Neuropan Syrup is solution of alcohol and water and herbal extract.
Each dose (5 ml) Neuropan syrup is produced using alcohol, water and herbal extract of:
Valerian 50 mg
Mint 25 mg
Maltodextrin, E202, E211, E150-d
Store in a dry place below 25 C. Keep out of the reach sight of children.
VALERIAN is used for sleep problems ( insomnia), for nervous overstrain with non of the side effects of the conventional medicine. It is also used for conditions , connected to anxiety and psychological stress, including nervous asthma, hysterical states, excitability, migraine, stomach upset, mild tremors, muscle and join pain, menstrual cramps and symptoms associated with menopause, including hot flashes and anxiety. Valerian does not relieve insomnia as fast as “sleeping pills”, but does not have the side effects of the conventional medicine.
Valerian acts like a sedative on the brain and nervous system.
Valerian was used during World War I to treat shell-shock and again during World War II to soothe air-raid stress.
Research in German and Japan has confirmed that this familiar English hedgerow shrub supplies a potent cardiac and circulation tonic. The flowering tops (leaves and flowers ) and the haws (red false fruit) treat kidney-related heart weakness, as well as thickening of the heart tissue, artery spasm and irregular heartbeat. By improving circulation in the arteries, hawthorn helps ease age-related circulation problems, such as numbness in the lower legs and poor memory and confusion (caused by reduced blood flow to the brain). Strong antioxidants in the hawthorn help prevent or reduce the degeneration of the blood vessels.
Hawthorn can be used as a general heart tonic or to regulate abnormal heart rhythms, to assuage extreme stress or grief, to soothe the nerves after the stressful day.
Hawthorn contains antioxidants, including oligomeric procyandins and quercetin. Antioxidants found in the hawthorn may help stop some of the damage from free radicals, especially when it comes to heart disease. These antioxidant may help dilate blood vessels, improve blood flow and protect blood vessels from damage.
Hawthorn help control high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Since ancient times, people over the world have valued the refreshing, zingy taste of peppermint. Some claims that this plant is the world’s most ancient medicine, at it has been found in archaeological sites more than 10.000 years old. Most varieties of mint are stimulant, digestive aids, but peppermint has additional antispasmodic and antimicrobial properties. Italian research in 2007 found oil reduced irritable bowel symptoms in 75 % of patients.
In Greek myth, Mint was a nymph loved by Hades, who transformed her into this scented herb to protect her from his jealous wife.
In the Bible, the Pharisees are said to have collected tithes, dill and cumin.
Mint is can be used to boost energy, to improve your memory and mental focus, to relax aching muscles.