Phytolysin is a traditional herbal medicine used as a diuretic and anti-inflammatory agent.
The following results are based exclusively on long-term use.
Phytolysin is used in the following indications:
- as an adjunct in the treatment of infections and inflammatory conditions of the urinary tract
- as an adjunct in the treatment of urolithiasis (formation of stones in the urinary tract)
- as a precaution in nephrolithiasis kidneys)
Cod root, onion, birch leaf, fenugreek, parsley root, horsetail, pocha grass, selim
Excipients: glycerin, wheat starch, vanillin, essential oils of sage, mint, pine and orange
It has a diuretic and anti-inflammatory effect in diseases of the urinary tract, in the formation of stones and sand in the kidneys.
A way of use:
For internal use - 3-4 times a day 1 teaspoon of paste dissolved in 1/2 teaspoon of warm water after meals. After 2 weeks there is a 3 day break.
Do not take Phytolysin if:
- you are allergic to the active substances or plants of the family Compositae (Goldenrod), family Umbelliferae or to anethole (Divesil root), or to birch pollen (birch leaves) or to any of the other ingredients of this drug.
- you have kidney failure
- you have heart failure
- you have swelling due to heart or kidney failure
Contact your doctor if symptoms worsen, persist or are accompanied by fever, dysuria, spasm or blood in the urine while taking of Phytolysin.
Phytolysin is harmful to those suffering from alcoholism. Use with caution in pregnant or lactating women, children and high-risk groups, such as patients with liver disease or epilepsy.
Due to the possible hypoglycaemic effect of Greek fenugreek, strict monitoring of glycemic control in patients treated for diabetes should be considered.
Phytolysin is not recommended for use in children and adolescents under 18 years.
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding, think you may be pregnant or are planning to have a baby, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking Phytolysin.
Due to the diuretic effect of Phytolysin, faster elimination of other concomitant medications should be considered.