Tonic

 

(57) Abstract:

Use in medicine and veterinary medicine. The inventive tonic composition consists of homeopathic remedies: Yohimbe, Ginseng, Cuprum oxidum nigritum, Chelidonium and Adrenaline, taken in any decimal or centesimal dilutions in the ratio 1 : 1 : 1 : 1 : 1.

The invention relates to medicine and veterinary medicine, in particular to the toning tools.

Known tonic composition consisting of juice, pressed from the leaves and roots of burdock, and honey.

However, the known composition is used in large quantities: a tablespoon 3 times a day. For cooking use an expensive honey in large quantities burdock plants collected in the spring.

The technical result achieved when implementing the present invention, is an exception, depending on the seasonality of raw materials, reduces the consumption structure, increasing its availability.

This is achieved by the fact that the composition providing a tonic effect on the organism of man and warm-blooded animals, contains homeopathic remedies, Yohimbe, Ginseng, Cuprum oxidum nigritum, Chelidonium and Adrenaline, and components in the most effective homeopathic remedies, providing a tonic effect on the organism of man and warm-blooded animals, their optimal quality combination. Recommended for use quantitative great combination. Recommended for use quantitative ratio of the components creates convenience when using in practice, however, it is possible change that does not lead to changes in results.

P R I m e R 1. In the spring of collected fresh burdock plants. From the leaves and roots of plants was pressed juice. To 1 liter of juice add 0.5 kg of honey. The resulting composition, the patient used a tablespoon 3 times a day 20 minutes before meals. Within six months of receiving the composition, the patient noted a significant General condition, apparent tonic effect on him of the applied composition.

P R I m m e R 2. The group of patients used homeopathic tonic composition according to the invention. Daily 2-3 times a day patients received one drop of each of the components, Yohimbe, Ginseng, Cuprum oxidum nigritum, Chelidonium and Adrenaline. Were allowed to dissolve for 3 grains of each of the components in a glass of water, took during the day in the form of drinking for 20-30 minutes before eating or after 20-30 minutes after eating. After a week the patient P. disappeared usual weakness in the hands. Patients K. and E. engaged in Jogging, noted increased endurance (increased distance mileage and increased running speed).

Therefore, available to be purchased at the pharmacy, the product has a noticeable tonic effect on the human body.

P R I m e R 3. Studies on dogs and cats, which showed a noticeable toning effect on them of the proposed tools.

TONIC containing component of plant origin, characterized in that it contains Yohimbe, Cuprum oxidum nigritum, Adrenaline, Ginseng and Chelidonium, the components are taken in either decimal or atenna dilution at a ratio of 1 1 1 1 1.

 

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