The Sunatoare Tincture is a natural remedy with a calming effect. It regulates the intestinal functions and can be administrated to people suffering from alcohol intolerance.
Dacia Plant Tinctura de Sunatoare is a natural alternative to St. John’s Worth Elixir, It is well known for people coming from Eastern Europe, but also for people in the UK who want to try new food supplements in the UK.
Please be advised this is only a food supplement. Please consult your GP before taking any supplements of this kind.
Children aged 3 to 5: 10-15 drops a day, three times a day
Children aged 5 to 14: 20-30 drops a day, three times a day
Adults: 30-50 drops a day, three times a day.
Should not be used during pregnancy or lactation unless recommended likewise by a GP
Interactions: St. John’s wort can increase levels of certain drugs used for metabolizing enzymes, reducing their efficiency.
St. John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum)
St John’s Wort (Sunatoare in Romania) is a herbaceous plant found on common pastries, in gardens or on sides of roads, mostly in hilly areas. The aerial parts of the plant are used for therapeutic purposes
Sunatoare (Hypericum Perforatum) – soft extract from aerial parts, 70% vegetal glyceride
Helps the medical treatment of negative emotions
Harmonises the psycho-emotional state
Favours sleeping (natural treatment for insomnia)
Helps to regulate the hepatic system
TINCTURA DE SUNĂTOARE is a hydroalcoholic solution obtained by cold preparation of the aerial parts of the Hypericum perforatum plant.
Of the oral products administered orally, hydroalcoholic solutions are the most easily assimilated by the body, the effect appearing shortly.
Compared to the classic production method, Dacia Plant uses a repeated extraction process, which allows a 35% more concentrated hydroalcoholic extract.
The herringbone is part of the Hypericaceae family, being a herbaceous, perennial, heliophilous plant with oval-elliptic leaves and yellow flowers. The scientific name of the Hypericum plant comes from “hyper” and “eikon”, which in Greek means “over appearance”, which refers to the protection against evil, demonic spirits. Hippocrates, one of the most famous antiquity doctors, recommends the plant because of its anti-inflammatory action. In the nineteenth century, St. John’s wort was used in traditional medicine to treat depression. It is also called shrub, weed-bristle, bloom, bloom-yellow, grass-cross, grass-spawn, bumblebee, yellow-breeze, etc.
Anxiolytic, antidepressant, choleretic, collagogue, hepatic, antispasmodic, antiinflammatory, antimicrobial, antiviral, astringent, antidiabetic, local haemostatic, antihemorrhoidal, vasodilatory, hypotensive.
Scars, anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, antimicrobial, hemostatic.
– reducing mental tensions, giving a calm and calm state within
– harmonizing the psycho-emotional state
– normal functioning of the digestive system by:
– Stimulation of bile production and removal
– supporting liver function
– reducing spasms that appear in the intestinal tract
– elimination of the rapid evacuation trend of the seat.
– reducing the discomfort that occurs in the skin
– maintaining the health of the oral cavity
– reducing the discomfort that occurs in the hemorrhoidal veins and anal mucous membranes.
It is used as an adjuvant in: anxiety syndromes, depressions, biliary dyskinesia, colitis, enterocolitis, cholecystitis, hepatobiliary colic, abdominal colic, diarrhoea, neurovegetative dystrophy, pavour nocturnal (horror), bronchitis, inflammation of the urogenital tract, dysmenorrhea.
Sensitivity to light, allergy to St. John’s Worth
Adults and young people over 15: one teaspoon of tincture diluted in 100 ml of water (half a glass) 3-4 times a day before meals.
Children 7-14: 10-30 drops of tincture diluted in 100 ml water (half a glass) 3 times a day before meals.
– to reduce the discomfort that occurs in the skin, local tinnitus or dilute solution (obtained by adding a teaspoon of tincture to 100 ml of water) depending on its sensitivity;
– To keep the oral cavity healthy, rinse the mouth with the diluted solution, obtained by adding 1-2 teaspoons of tincture to 100 ml of water (1/2 cup);
– to reduce the discomfort that occurs in the haemorrhoidal veins and anal mucous membranes, apply locally in the form of compresses or bandage with the diluted solution obtained in the following way: place the tincture in an open flask and allow to evaporate ½ of the amount of alcohol , after which they mix in equal proportions with water.
Ingredients: Sunatoare (Hypericum Perforatum) – soft extract from aerial parts, 70% vegetal glyceride
No artificial conservants. Product approved SNPMAPS Romania Notification 11077/12.06.2017