Medication Description: Mirfazinum (Myrphazinum)
The collection of Mirfazin, like the collection of << Arfazetin >>, is used as an additional hypoglycemic agent in the treatment of mild forms of diabetes.
The collection is used both independently and in combination with oral antidiabetic drugs (sulfonylurea derivatives).
In contrast to the collection of << Arfazetin >> the collection of << Mirfazin >> consists not of 7, but of 12 medicinal plants: 14, 3% shoots of blueberries and fruit leaves of ordinary bean, 7, 14% of hips, nettle leaves , plantain, chamomile flowers, calendula, herb of St. John's wort, yarrow, motherwort, licorice root, rhizomes and roots of elecampane.
The specific value of each of these plants is not well understood.
Apply orally as an infusion of 5 g (1 tablespoon) of the collection, pour 200 ml of boiled water, heat it for 15 minutes in a water bath, infuse for 15 minutes, filter, squeeze out the residue. Take in the form of heat for 20 - 30 minutes before meals at the rate of 1 ml per 1 kg of body weight 3 times a day. The course of treatment lasts 4–6 weeks, and 3–4 courses are repeated throughout the year.
Product form: crushed raw materials in paper bags of 75 g.
Storage: in a dry place.