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Dizziness, redness of the eyes, bitterness in the mouth, headache, noise and congestion in the ears, swelling and pain in the ears, heaviness, swelling, pain and burning in the sides and hypochondrium, darkening and turbidity of urine, pain and pain when urinating, irritability, anger, aversion to food, nausea, irregular stools, puffiness, itching and wetness in the groin area, yellow whites with an unpleasant odor. The tongue is red, the plaque is yellow, greasy. The pulse is stringy, slippery, frequent, strong.

Clinical indications:
Cholecystitis, hepatitis, cholelithiasis, alcohol intoxication and alcoholic liver disease, pancreatitis, migraine, conjunctivitis, otitis, herpes and postherpetic neuralgia, cystitis, urethritis, urolithiasis, inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs and genitals (vaginitis, vulvitis, orchitis, prostatitis), eczema in the ear and external auditory canal, in the groin area.

Remania root, Volodushka root, Plantain seed, Chinese Angelica root, Licorice root, Skullcap root, Gentian root, Chastukhi rhizome, Gardenia fruit, Acebia stem.

Method of application:
taken orally 30 minutes before or 1 hour after a meal, washed down with warm boiled water. Honey pills – 1/2–1 piece 1-2 times a day or as prescribed by a doctor. Concentrated pills – 8 pieces 3 times a day or as prescribed by a doctor.

Precautions and contraindications:
exclude the use of spicy and fatty foods, alcohol. Individual intolerance to components, pregnancy, breast-feeding.

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