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Padma Hepaten is a herbal dietary supplement made in Switzerland based on the principles of traditional Tibetan medicine. It is based on the classic Tibetan recipe “Bras bu 3 thang” (pronunciation: Drebu sum thang).
According to Tibetan traditional medicine, grass has cooling properties and balances the “three basic energies” that a person is composed of: wind, fire, and mucus (the energy of water and earth). “Bras bu 3 thang” improves the movement and balance of fire energy and body heat.
It is used in patients with impaired or impaired liver function (such as after hepatitis), but also after inflammation of the gallbladder. Dysfunction of the liver may manifest itself in a variety of symptoms: sudden fatigue, loss of appetite, headaches, bloating, depressive moods. “Bras bu 3 thang” softly stimulates the work of the intestines and other internal organs.
Disorders of the liver and the risk of inflammation depend on fire or according to Tibetan traditional medicine on
bile energy mKrsipa (pronunciation: Tripa). The imbalance of the latter may occur with the following symptoms:
Hepatitis, inflammation of the gallbladder
Itching in the joints and on the skin
Heartburn, thirst, nausea, vomiting of bile
Apathy, hot discomfort, and hot feeling in the body
Pimples, eg. skin disorders during puberty
Hot flushes in women during the transition
According to Tibetan healing wisdom, this “Drebu Sum Thang” blend of three herbs helps relieve the inflammation and symptoms of hepatitis B and clears the liver and blood.
The herb mixture has a mild laxative effect. Very good for alleviating the onset of flu and colds. It is also called the elixir, which rejuvenates and balances body energies. Relieves fever and fatigue.
When should Padma Hepaten be avoided or used with caution?
Padma Hepaten should not be used in patients who are allergic or hypersensitive to the ingredients in the product. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of this product if you are taking any other prescription drugs.
Can Padma Hepaten be taken during pregnancy and breastfeeding?
No systematic scientific studies on the use of Padma Hepaten in pregnancy and breastfeeding have been conducted. As a precaution, you should not use the product during this period or consult your doctor to decide.
What are the possible side effects of Padma Hepaten?
So far, no side effects have been reported with Padma Hepaten.
What else should I keep in mind when using Padma Hepaten?
The product is also suitable for diabetics. It is lactose-free and gluten-free. Keep the product out of the reach of children. Use PADMA Hepaten within the stated service life on the package. Ask your doctor, pharmacist or therapist for more information.
How to use Padma Hepaten?
Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, take 2 capsules 1 hour before breakfast and 2 capsules 1 hour after dinner. If necessary, take 1 to 2 capsules before lunch. The daily intake of Padma Hepaten may also be taken at the same time. There should be a minimum of 1.5-2 hours between taking Padma Hepaten and other drugs. If you feel the effect of the herbal mixture is too strong or too weak, consult your doctor or therapist.
What does Padma Hepaten contain?
Ingredients: Myrobalan (Terminalia chebula Retz.), Indian gooseberry (Phyllanthus emblica L.), Beleric (Terminalia bellirica (Gaertn.) Roxb.) fruit 100 mg. Capsule: Hydromellose (Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose.)
Contains only natural components.
Net weight: 31 g = 60 capsules
Manufacturer: Padma AG Switzerland
The plant is called Amla in Hindi, Amalaki in Sanskrit, and Kyurura in Tibetan. In India, Amla is considered sacred precisely because of the healing properties of the berry. The best way to absorb them is amla tea, which is one of the most effective remedies for many ailments.The bright green berries of Amla have a whole pharmacy together, containing eight times more vitamin C than orange and about 17 times more antioxidants than pomegranate. In addition, the plant contains iron calcium, etc. micronutrients essential for the body to function.Tibetan medicine, which has discovered the healing potential of various natural flavors based on experiential knowledge, considers Amalaki Flower Leaf (or Kyurura) to be very valuable because it has a full balance of sweet, sour, pungent, and bitter flavors.Amalaki Flower Leaf has historically been valued in the traditional healing arts of various peoples, and due to its abundance of various minerals and vitamins, it has been scientifically proven to have many beneficial effects on the health of the body.