Hepatrine is a dietary supplement used as a source of substances with an antioxidant effect and affecting energy metabolism.
Release form and composition
Release capsules Hepatrine in blisters of 30 pcs. Each of them contains the following components:
- Milk thistle extract (silymarin);
- Artichoke extract;
- Vitamins B1, B2, B6, E.
Indications for use
Hepatrine is used as an additional source of lecithin, vitamins B1, B2, B6 and E, silymarin and phospholipids.
The use of Hepatrine is contraindicated in children under 12 years of age and in cases of hypersensitivity to the components that make up the drug. Also, the drug is not prescribed during pregnancy and during the period of breastfeeding.
Dosing and Administration
Capsules are ingested, washed down with a small amount of water during a meal. Dosage means is 1 capsule twice a day for 30 days. Hepatrine can be used for 90 days, with a possible repetition of the course after 6-8 weeks.
The instructions for Hepatrine indicate that possible side effects of drug therapy are allergic reactions.
In appointing agents to patients with stones in the biliary tract or jaundice, it should be borne in mind that part of Hepatrine extractartarishok has a choleretic property.
Synonyms means are not allowed. Hepatrine analogs include Medira, Atlant-IVA, Kofeberri, Inflaminat, Margali, Kudesan, Bonisan, HPP Fighter, Liv Garde, Oxtex, Bonisan, Stomac, T-green97, Detoxical, Ricolin, Propolis E, Tomatol and Feokarpin.
Terms and conditions of storage
The instructions for Hepatrine indicate that the drug should be stored in a dry place inaccessible to children, well ventilated and protected from light, at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C.
Pharmacies biologically active supplement dispensed without a prescription. Its shelf life, subject to compliance with all recommendations of the manufacturer, is two years.