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Apilac (royal jelly) is a secret produced by the allotrophic glands of worker bees. Vitamins, macro- and microelements, amino acids, including essential, a number of other biologically active substances are found in apilac. It has a general tonic effect, stimulates cellular metabolism.
- the recovery period after illness;
- violation of lactation (hypogalactia) in the postpartum period;
- as an aid in the treatment of neurotic disorders and arterial hypotension.
1 tablet contains:
active substance: dried royal jelly lyophilized - 10 mg;
Excipients: lactose monohydrate, talc, calcium stearate, potato starch.
Apilak is marketed under different brands and generic names, and comes in different dosage forms:
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Dosage and Administration
Sublingual, Keep the pill under the tongue until completely absorbed. Adults - 1 tablet (10 mg) 3 times a day for 10-15 days.
Allergic reactions (stop taking the drug), sleep disorders (reduce the dose or cancel the drug).
Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug and / or bee products; Addison's disease.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Perhaps after consulting a doctor.
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