Appetizer Barij Syrup (Appetite Increaser)

Appetizer Barij Syrup (Appetite Increaser)

Discouridus (the first-century pharmacologists of 1th. century AD) used Pomegranate juice and Mint to treat indigestion. Avicenna (in the 11th century AD) showed that this syrup can also increase appetite.

Pomegranate is the best source of Ellagic acid, due to polyphenols, tannins, anthocyanins, and flavonoids. Recent studies have shown that Ellagic acid has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and plays a role in the elimination of toxins. Pomegranate juice is also rich in vitamins A, B, C, E, calcium, iron, and ... which increases appetite.

Also, Evidence has shown that volatile compounds present in the Mint are stomach tonic, and therefore have a synergistic effect with pomegranate.

Recent studies have shown that this syrup is effective in regulating the metabolic cycle and meeting the physiological needs of the body due to its minerals and vitamins.

Detailed Specifications
  • Appetizer
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Choleric diarrhea
  • Cleansing of blood
Syrup - 120 ml

  • pomegranate
  • mint
  • honey

  • Children: Three times per day, a teaspoon before each meal
  • Adults: Three times per day, a tablespoon before each meal

Based on presence of at least 3 mg tannin per one ml of syrup.
Increase in absorption of calcium, increase in intestinal microvilli function, stomach tonic
No reported contraindication.
No reported adverse reaction.
No reported drug interaction.

  • Keep the medication away from sight and reach of children.
  • Keep the medicine in closed container, away from light and at 15-30° C.
  • Keep this leaflet; you may need to read it again.

  • ISO 17025
  • IR GMP
  • ISO 9001
  • I.R.I.FDO
  • ISO 10004
  • ISO 10668

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  • Product Code: SEJ056
  • Availability: In Stock
  • 4.61 €

Tags: Anti Nausea Vomiting & Blood Cleaner Syrup/Anti Nausea Vomiting/Blood/Cleaner Syrup