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Tinnitus, ringing in the ears, hearing loss, deafness, dizziness, flashing of flies before the eyes. The tongue is small, red, with little or no plaque. The pulse is thin, frequent.

Clinical indications (with the corresponding TCM syndrome):
Tinnitus, hearing loss, age-related changes in the organ of hearing, neuritis of the auditory nerve, sudden deafness, Meniere’s syndrome.

Volodushki root, Poria, Peony semi-shrub root bark, Dioscorea rhizome, dogwood fruit, Remania treated root, Chastukhi rhizome

Method of application:
they are taken orally 8 pieces 3 times a day 30 minutes before or 1 hour after meals, washed down with warm boiled water, or as prescribed by a doctor.

Individual intolerance to the components, pregnancy, breast-feeding.

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