Pax Herbals Bitter
Glycosides, Lycopenes, Aliphatic phenols, Glycoflavones, Carotenoids, Saponins, Tannins, Quinine and Alkaloids etc. PH value: 4.50
Net volume of the product; 190mls, 6.42Fl. Characterized by dark brownish colour liquid with strong bitter taste, aromatic odour, with 100% moisture content. readily Soluble in water.
TRADITIONAL ANCIENT CITATIONS
As a safeguard justification for use, the above stated plant ingredients and Similar preparations using thesame plant ingredients were used in most Nigerian, European, Asia, Pacific and African rural and urban areas from time immemorial to offer a wide range of remedies for control and treatment of a broad range of ailments.
Pharmacokinetics: Paxherbal Bitters rapidly and completely absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract after oral administration with high plasma level for few minutes of administration, although Paxherbal Bitters can also be used for topical applications. However, the ultimate course of the action of Paxherbal Bitters for oral administration is evidenced by absorption of the phytochemical constituents of the Paxherbal Bitters by various cells such as hepatocytes, bone cells and various tissues for various biochemical and physiological actions in the body system. Excretions of the by-products from unused active ingredients occur through excretory organs of the body.
Paxherbal Bitters is a tincture of different herbal ingredients. It promotes blood circulation, prevents kidney stones, helps in digestion, activates bile flow, increase immunity of the body against bacterial and fungal infections. It helps in prevention of diabetes and accelerates body repairs, heal wounds and toothaches.
DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION
Adults: Add two tablespoonfuls to half glass of water (150ml) Children: Add one tablespoonful to 75ml of water. Stir and drink and drink two times daily.
No undue interaction is known.
WARNING AND PRECAUTION
The safety of Paxherbal Bitters during pregnancy has not been evaluated. Physician’s advice is required before use during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy. Do not take more than recommended dosage, unless under prescription by qualified Pax herbal health care provider.
INTERACTION WITH FOOD, HERBS AND CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE
No undue interaction with food and herb or conventional medicine have been reported.
Overdose of Paxherbal Bitters can result to intoxication(As the product is Tincture). Use Paxherbal Black powder as an antidote. However, the medication should be kept out of reach of children.
Store in a cool dry place or below 300C, but do not freeze.