Cynarix LIQUID

Medicine to feel well again
Cynarix LIQUID

Cynarix LIQUID

Today, more and more people suffer from digestive disorders. Bloating, heartburn, abdominal pain, abdominal cramps, constipation and flatulence are mentioned as the most frequent symptoms. Mother Nature has a great remedy ready for that: the artichoke.

When do you use Cynarix LIQUID and how does Cynarix LIQUID work?

Cynarix is a traditional, herbal medicinal product containing an extract from artichoke leaves.

The ingredients of the extract that contribute to its effect increase the flow of bile, which is regarded as the most significant mechanism of action in the treatment of dyspeptic digestive complaints.
Traditional, herbal medicinal product used

  • For the relief of dyspeptic complaints, such as sensations of pressure and fullness, nausea, eructation and flatulence
  • Supports a fat-reduced diet
  • Supports the digestion of fat after rich and heavy meals

Cynarix LIQUID is indicated for adults and adolescents aged 12 years and over.

What does Cynarix LIQUID contain?

5 ml contain 70 mg viscous extract from artichoke leaves

How do you take Cynarix LIQUID?

Take 5 to 10 ml before meals 3 times a day

The benefits of Cynarix LIQUID at a glance

  • Herbal medicinal product
  • Increases bile flow
  • Supports the digestion of fat
  • Protects and regenerates the liver
  • Increases the detoxification effect
  • To drink (liquid)
  • Sold over the counter in your pharmacy

Please note: 5 ml equal approx. 0.1 bread units (BU). This pharmaceutical contains approx. 30 per cent alcohol by volume, i.e. up to 2.32 g alcohol (ethanol) per dose (10 ml), corresponding to 66 ml of beer or 27 ml of wine.

For further information on safe use, precautions, interactions and undesirable effects please refer to the instructions for use or to a medical doctor or a pharmacist. The product is a traditional herbal medicinal product for use in the above mentioned indication exclusively based upon long-standing use.

 

Date of revision of the text: November 2017

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