"Negrustin" is a herbal medicine that is used in the treatment of depressive conditions. The tool is available in the form of capsules and oral solution. The active ingredient of "Negrustin" is an extract of the herb St. John's wort.
Composition of "Negrustin"
1 capsule "Negrustin" contains 425 mg of active ingredient (dry extract of St. John's wort), as well as auxiliary components: lactose monohydrate, silicon dioxide, calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, colloidal silicon dioxide, gelatin, sodium lauryl sulfate, dyes 141, 171 and 172, purified water.
1 ml of Negrustin solution contains 791 mg of active ingredient (liquid extract of St. John's wort) and the following excipients: propylene glycol, glycerol, sorbitol 70% and flavors.
Therapeutic effect and indications for use
"Negrustin" has a pronounced antidepressant activity. The drug has a beneficial effect on the functional state of the nervous system, exhibits a moderate sedative effect, increases physical and mental performance, normalizes sleep and improves mood.
According to the instructions, "Negrustin" is used to treat psychovegetative disorders, states of anxiety and anxiety, as well as depressive conditions of mild and moderate severity.
Negrustin capsules should be taken with food, swallowed whole and washed down with water. The solution is also taken undiluted with meals or with a little liquid.
Adult patients and children over the age of 12 are prescribed 1 capsule of Negrustin 1-2 times a day, or 1 ml of solution 3 times a day. It is recommended to take the drug at the same time of day. The duration of treatment is on average 6 to 8 weeks. If necessary, after a short break, a second course of taking the drug is carried out.
If, after 4 weeks after starting therapy, the symptoms of the disease do not go away or worsen, you should consult your doctor.
Contraindications and side effects
"Negrustin" is not prescribed for hypersensitivity to the components, photosensitivity when taking St. John's wort in the anamnesis and endogenous depression. During the period of use of the drug, it is necessary to avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight and visits to the solarium. Also, it is not allowed to simultaneously take other drugs that can cause photosensitization.
Side effects of "Negrustin" can manifest themselves in the form of digestive disorders, increased sensitivity to light and allergic reactions.