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    EPS Phytostandard MELISSE PHYTOPREVENT reconditioned compounding

    Extracts of fresh fluid preparation Standardized Plants in glycerin solution (EPS)

    1-2 tsp per course of 1 to 3 months discontinuous
    Traditionally used for these signs:
    Spasmodic disorders, irritable bowel syndrome component of anxiety
    Melissa + EPS EPS Passion aa
    Sigmoid colitis: Melissa + EPS EPS Burdock aa
    Spastic colitis, irritable bowel syndrome: Melissa + EPS EPS Passion aa
    With spasmodic dysmenorrhoea: Melissa + EPS EPS Alchemilla aa
    Biliary dyskinesia, dyspepsia, altered bowel alternating constipation, diarrhea, flatulence, bloating: Melissa + EPS EPS Artichoke aa
    Mild to moderate anxiety and spasmodic component digestive important depressive states:
    Melissa + EPS EPS Wort aa
    Stomach pain, prevention of recurrence colitis: Melissa + EPS EPS Plantain aa
    Digestive migraines with vomiting and / or nausea: Melissa + EPS EPS Feverfew aa
    Vomiting, nausea: Melissa + EPS EPS Gentian aa

    How to order your mixture EPS Phytostandard MELISSE 's PHYTOPREVENT

    These raw materials are marketed by the laboratory PILEJE (PhytoPrevent). Our pharmacy technicians associate them according to the formulation and choice of physician prescribing - naturopaths.

    In practice, you order your mixture according to the prescription from your doctor and you get a compounding PSE Custom (generally packaged in bottles of 150 ml, depending on the duration of treatment).

    Use the "Customize" to provide us the list of EPS mixing tab and save your contribution before adding this product to your shopping cart. Remember to fill in the desired total volume of fluid Standardized Plant Extracts in the dropdown menu "Your reference" to the left of the price.

    EPS EPS Phytostandard MELISSE PHYTOPREVENT reconditioned compounding

    Food supplement containing fluid extract Melissa (Standardized and stabilized) Alcohol
    The phytostandards are fluid extracts, produced from selected plants whose origin is traced.
    They are obtained by a patented process that respects the integrity of the plant. These extracts are standardized and provide a constant and stable level of active principles.

    Properties EPS Phytostandard Melissa

    - Anxiety with somatization Gastrointestinal Anxiety in children
    - Migraine of gastrointestinal origin
    - Chronic Gastritis
    - Motion sickness
    - Vomiting, nausea
    - Constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome
    - Lack of appetite following chemotherapy
    - Cystalgia to clear urine

    Use of EPS Phytostandard Melissa Tips

    5 ml of EPS MELISSE, 1-2 times / day (dosing pipette provided in the case)

    Duration of treatment: 9-18 days. At repeat as needed.
    To take out meals, diluted in a glass of water or fruit juice.

    Precautions EPS Phytostandard Melissa

    In no event information and advice, can not constitute a diagnosis, which necessarily requires an examination with your doctor.
    They are not a substitute for a consultation either with it.
    They should in no way be a substitute for medical treatment.

    This dietary supplement can not replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
    Excessive consumption may produce laxative effects.

    Stop 3 days before surgery.
    A best before end and batch number mentioned on the underside of the case.
    Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store at room temperature. Keep out of reach of children.

    Composition of the EPS Phytostandard Melissa

    Extract Melissa - Melissa officinalis (aerial parts), stabilized in vegetable glycerin.

    Part of the activity of the plant comes hydrophilic principles. The therapeutic properties of melissa require extraction at low temperature, protected from air and light preserving a large number of components. Only this process starting with the extraction of the aqueous portion followed by the extraction of alcohol at different dilutions part allows the preservation of the integrity and completeness of the assets of the plant as well as their perfect bioavailability principles.

    We suggest you prepare your EPS mixtures , according to the formulas recommended by your Naturopath.

    EPS Commodities Pharmaceutical Drugs PHYTOPREVENT
    EPS are fluid Standardized Plant Extracts Fresh and glycerine, obtained through an innovative and patented extraction process, guaranteed content of a tracer. Non-alcoholic.

    55 EPS are currently available:

    • Alchemilla
    • Alfalfa
    • Artichoke
    • Hawthorn
    • Oat
    • Burdock
    • Bearberry
    • Cranberry
    • Caralluma
    • Blackcurrant
    • Thistle
    • Turmeric
    • Cypress
    • Desmodium
    • Echinacea
    • Eschscholtzia
    • Fumitory
    • Chasteberry
    • Gentian
    • Ginkgo Biloba
    • Ginseng
    • Feverfew
    • Griffonia
    • Guarana
    • Hamamelis
    • Hop
    • Chestnut
    • Sweet clover
    • Melissa
    • St. John's Wort
    • Mucuna
    • Walnut
    • Olive
    • Orthosiphon
    • Nettle PA
    • Nettle Root
    • Passionflower
    • Wild pansy
    • Madagascar periwinkle
    • Piloselle
    • Scots pine
    • Dandelion
    • Plantain
    • Horsetail
    • Horseradish
    • Licorice
    • Meadowsweet
    • Rhodiola
    • Clary Sage
    • Willow
    • Figwort
    • Elderberry
    • Tribulus
    • Valerian
    • Red vine

    EPS or Standardized Extract fresh plants are obtained by "Phytostandard" extraction process that respects the integrity and completeness of the active principles present in the plant.

    Scientific Update October 2013

    By Loïc Lenoir (Project Search Larena Health)

    The leaves of lemon balm (Melissa officinalis) have been traditionally used since ancient Greece including Theophrastus and Hippocrates and Paracelsus in the fifteenth century to improve digestion and nervous states. Preparations (infusions, fluid extract or dry powder) are sedative and antispasmodic and are used in insomnia and gastrointestinal disorders of functional origin (2).

    The latest on the interest melissa humans work was carried out in particular in the framework of its anxiolytic and sedative use.

    Anxiety includes behavioral responses, cognitive and physiological facing an impending unpleasant or dangerous event and is defined as an unpleasant emotional state for which the causes are not easily identifiable. Anxiety frequently manifests as a chronic disease that can develop at an early age or appear suddenly after a triggering event. It can occur in case of high stress and is accompanied by physiological and psychological symptoms including somatic changes (headache, sweating, muscle spasms, palpitations and hypertension) and psychosomatic (mental confusion, obsessive compulsive behavior, emotional instability) leading to fatigue states see exhaustion. In addition, activation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal response to stress can also promote the development of insomnia when it becomes chronic and severe can act itself as stressful agent (3) . Studies on Melissa humans have been shown to improve mood and cognitive performance (4), a reduction of the induced stress (5) and anxiolytic effects (6). However, these results were observed during acute treatment with melissa.
    More recently, the effect of lemon balm has been evaluated in a complementation 15 days in volunteers with low to moderate anxiety disorders associated with sommeil7. These subjects received 600 mg per day of a hydroalcoholic extract of Melissa leaf standardized to 7% of rosmarinic acid and 15% of hydroxycinnamic acids. Measure the subjects' perceptions of symptoms of anxiety and insomnia associated with an opportunity to assess the effect of 15 days of supplementation. At the end of the study, the authors were able to measure a decrease in symptoms of anxiety (35% agitation, hyperactivity 10% power 18%) resulting in an overall decrease in anxiety 18 %. In addition, the symptoms associated with anxiety were also improved (33% of eating disorders; emotional instability 7% Fatigue 18% guilt 15% inferiority of 18% muscle reactions 13 %, difficulty in social relationships and psychosomatic symptoms 13% 33%) leading to an overall decline in symptoms associated with anxiety 15%. Finally, the manifestations of insomnia were greatly reduced after supplementation with an overall decrease of insomnia 42% (7).
    These studies thus show interest chronic supplementation lemon balm extract in subjects with low to moderate anxiety associated with sleep disorders. However, further work on a larger number of individuals and including a placebo group are now needed to confirm this work. In addition, an exploration of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal including the GABAergic pathway as proposed mode of action of lemon balm would further explore the properties of this plant.

    (2) BRUNETON J. Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Medicinal Plants. 1999; Paris. Wichtl M, ANTON R. therapeutic plants. Tradition, practice officinale, science and therapeutics. 1999.
    (3) Vgontzas AN et al. Chronic insomnia and activity of the stress system: a preliminary study. J Psychosom Res. 1998; 45: 21-31.
    (4) DO KENNEDY et al. Modulation of mood and cognitive performance Following acute administration of Melissa officinalis (lemon balm). Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2002; 72: 953-964.
    (5) DO KENNEDY et al. Attenuation of laboratory-induced stress in humans Effective acute administration of Melissa officinalis (Lemon Balm). Psychosom Med. 2004; 66: 607-613.
    (6) DO KENNEDY et al. Anxiolytic effects of a combination of Melissa officinalis and Valeriana officinalis falling on laboratory induced stress. Phytother Res. 2006; 20: 96-102.
    (7) CASES J et al. Pilot trial of Melissa officinalis L. leaf extract in the treatment of Volunteers suffering from mild-to-moderate anxiety disorders and sleep disturbances. Med J Nutrition Metab. 2011; 4 :211-218.

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