Canephron BNO coated tablets, 30 tablets
Canephron BNO coated tablets, 30 tablets
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Canephron BNO coated tablets, 30 tablets

Manufacturer: Bionorica
Canephron BNO is a herbal medicine used to treat urinary tract problems.
Price: 14.85 €
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Product specifications
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Product Type Dietary supplement, tablets, coated tablets

Description

Canephron BNO is a herbal medicine used to treat urinary tract problems.

What is Canephron BNO and what is it used for?

Canephron BNO is a traditional herbal medicine for the treatment of urinary tract infections, intended for:

  • supportive care and supplementation of certain measures in case of mild problems (such as frequent urination, burning urination and increased urgency to urinate) caused by inflammatory diseases of the efferent urinary tract;
  • urinary lavage due to increased fluid intake, which may prevent the accumulation of renal sand.

Canephron BNO is a traditional herbal medicine for use in these indications, based solely on long-term experience.

How to take Canephron BNO?

Adults and adolescents over 12 years of age: take 1 coated tablet 3 times a day.

Pediatric population:
Canephron BNO should not be used in children under 12 years of age.

How to use coated tablets

The patient should take one dose of Canephron BNO 3 times a day (morning, mid-day, evening).

The coated tablet should be swallowed whole (not chewed) with a sufficient amount of liquid, e.g. with a glass of water.

This will ensure adequate urinary lavage, which is important in the treatment of urinary tract infections.

Duration of taking Canephron BNO

Acute urinary tract infections: 10 days of taking 3X daily 1 tablet + 2 liters of fluid per day
Recurrent urinary tract infections: concomitantly with an antibiotic (prescribed by a doctor) and then for up to 12 weeks 3 times a day 1 tablet + 2 liters of fluid per day. Studies have shown up to 75% fewer recurrent infections.

If the signs of your illness do not improve in 3-4 days, or even worsen, you should consult a doctor. In case of self-medication, the drug should not be used for more than 2 weeks.

Pregnancy and lactation: Canephron BNO can also be used during pregnancy if needed. Canephron BNO should not be used during breast-feeding.

What does Canephron BNO contain?

The active substances in one coated tablet are the following eligible medicinal plants:
Centaurium erythraea Rafn., Herba - herbs tavžentrože 36.0 mg
Levisticum officinale Koch, radix - lu & treron root 36.0 mg
Rosmarinus officinalis L., folium - common rosemary leaf 36.0 mg

Subsidiary substances: Tablet core (lactose monohydrate, magnesium stearate [vegetable], corn starch, povidone K 25, colloidal anhydrous silica), Coating (calcium carbonate, virgin castor oil, iron (III) oxide (E172), dextrin corn starch), glucose syrup, montanglycol wax, povidone K 30,
sucrose, elac (wax-free), talc, riboflavin (E101), titanium dioxide (E171).

Interaction with other medicinal products: There are no known interactions between Canephron BNO and other medicines.

Special warnings and precautions:
In case of prolonged fever, lower abdominal pain, cramps, blood in the urine, urinary incontinence and acute urinary retention, the patient should consult a doctor immediately.
Patients with rare hereditary problems of fructose intolerance, glucose-galactose malabsorption or
sucrose-isomaltase insufficiency, galactose intolerance or lactase deficiency, Canephron BNO should not be taken.

Note for diabetics:
Each coated tablet contains, on average, 0.3 g of available carbohydrates.

Contraindications:
•Hypersensitivity to the active substances, to other plants of the family Apiaceae, to anethole, excipients.
•Peptic ulcer.
•In case of edema due to impaired heart or kidney function
•If your doctor prescribes a reduction in fluid intake

Side effects: Digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (& only; 100 to < 10), allergic reactions (frequency not known).

Convenient tips for urinary tract infections

Urinary tract infection is considered to be one of the most well-known infections   of the entire human body. A urinary tract infection can attack   any part of the urinary system, both the urethra and the kidneys or bladder.

What are the symptoms of the infection?

Usually, the symptoms are such that you are in a hurry to urinate frequently, there is also unpleasant pain, which can be accompanied by an unpleasant burning sensation.  

Often, this type of urination is also associated with uncomfortable pain in the lower back. These infections are most often treated with antibiotic therapy, which is not the best   for your digestive tract, as it easily destroys the digestive microbiota.

How common are urinary tract infections?

Urinary tract infections are very common in women, as their length of the urinary tract below the bladder is shorter than in men. Thus is the fact that as many as 20% of women suffer from this inconvenience.

a common cause of unpleasant urinary tract infections is the proximity of ann8 where there is often a very large personality and any bacteria

How are urinary tract infections treated?

Often with drugs, especially with antibiotics such as amoxicillin, doxycillin and the like. However, urinary tract infections can also be treated with herbal medicines - Canephron or Canephron BNO are available, and it is very important that you follow the instructions written for consistent use of this medicine.

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