Scientific-production pharmaceutical company “Aim” is engaged in the development and creation of new original drugs, having in its composition of only natural (plant and animal) components, medicinal properties have long been used in traditional and folk medicine.
The composition of tea “Gastrointestinal” includes 15 species of medicinal plants, have long been used in scientific and folk medicine for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, and contains a varied composition of biologically active substances.
The composition of phyto tea “Gastrointestinal”:
The herb St. John’s wort
The herb wormwood
Leaves of nettle
The leaves of sage
The roots of marshmallow
roots of licorice
The flowers of calendula
Flowers black elderberry
Flowers of immortelle
The fruits of Sophora japonica
Phytotherapy gastrointestinal disease is preferably carried out in the recovery phase and involves the use of herbs that stimulate tissue, regenerator activity, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic properties (chamomile and calendula, Sophora japonica fruit, marshmallows and licorice). Adding this component plants with a pronounced antispasmodic and sedative effect contributes to the high efficiency of treatment (Peppermint leaves, flowers chamomile and elder). Special attention is paid to the elimination of biliary dyskinesia, inflammation of the gallbladder and correction dysbiosis (Helichrisum flowers and calendula, St. John’s wort plant, FV, the fruit of Sophora japonica). During periods of exacerbation and relapse prevention is especially shown plants that contribute to the correction of endogenous aggression, reducing the production of hydrochloric acid and pepsin, reducing their concentration in the lumen of the stomach, normalizes motility (Iarrov plant, rice, peppermint leaf, chamomile flowers). Vegetable materials included in the collection, gives a boost of endogenous defense mechanisms: the elimination of the lack of oxygen, inflammation, normalization of microcirculation, activation of protective mucus production, increased recovery and accelerate the differentiation of epithelial cells of mucous membranes.
The components are chosen such that their combination provides a complete set of biologically active substances and trace elements which contribute to the achievement of the most complete therapeutic effect.
Polysaccharides marshmallow root, chamomile flowers protect the mucous membrane and anti-inflammatory effect throughout the gastrointestinal tract.
Essential oils and bitter rhizome, mint leaves and sage, yarrow and wormwood, chamomile flowers stimulate digestion, provide anti-microbial effect at safety saprophytic intestinal flora, strengthen the immune system and stimulates the flow of sonogeneticheskih processes in the body.
The complex of flavonoids, phenol carbonic acids, polyphenols, which are contained in the grass St. John’s wort and yarrow flowers Helichrysum and calendula, fruit Sophora japonica, licorice root, have anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and choleretic effect, provide an antioxidant effect and stimulates the function of the excretory organs, contribute to the removal of residues from the body.
It is known that a lack of estrogen production may be one of the factors of gastric ulcers. The presence of phytoestrogens in the leaves of sage and licorice root helps to normalize hormonal levels and accelerate the regeneration of the mucous membrane.
Vitamins and trace elements contained in all components of the collection (carotenoids, tocopherols, ascorbic acid), nettle leaves and grass, yarrow (vitamin K), calendula flowers (carotenoids, vitamin P), provide hemostatic and reparative action, accelerate regeneration and contribute to the improvement of the whole organism.
Phyto “Gastrointestinal” is particularly recommended for:
irritable bowel syndrome (spastic colitis);
hyperacidity gastritis and gastroduodenitis;
for the prevention of recurrence of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer;
dyspepsia and dysbacteriosis;
cholecystitis, cholangitis, dyskinesias bile duct and gallstones;
chronic hepatitis of various etiologies.