Medicine Quatera - Reviews, Composition, Instructions

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Medicine Quatera - Reviews, Composition, Instructions
Medicine Quatera - Reviews, Composition, Instructions

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  1. 1. Composition and form of release
  2. 2. Pharmacological properties
  3. 3. Indications for use
  4. 4. Instructions for use
  5. 5. Contraindications and side effects
Sedative Quatera
Sedative Quatera

Quatera is a combination sedative drug that has anticonvulsant and sedative effects.

Composition and form of release of Quater

The composition of the Quatera mixture contains valerian infusion 10 g, peppermint 4 g, sodium bromide 3 g and magnesium sulfate 0.8 g. Also, the drug contains guarana, raspberry and willow bark extract, potassium sorbate and citric acid.

Additional components in the composition of Quatera's mixture are Amidopyrine 0.6 g, sodium benzoate 0.4 g and purified water 200 ml.

The medicine is produced in glass bottles of 200 ml, which are placed in a cardboard box.

Pharmacological properties

The Quatera mixture is an effective soothing remedy based on natural ingredients. Herbal extracts restore the psycho-emotional state, relieve symptoms of depression and fatigue, increase resistance to external stimuli, strengthen immunity and normalize sleep.

The Quatera mixture received good reviews as a drug that increases efficiency, relieves convulsive state and prevents the appearance of symptoms of premature aging.

The daily use of the potion increases the threshold of susceptibility to stressful situations and emotional overstrain. Taking the drug after a hard day improves sleep in the evening and waking up in the morning.

Quatera is recommended for students during sessions and for people who have had infectious diseases. The medicine will increase the protective functions of the body and restore immunity after a long illness.

Quatera's medicine received many positive reviews from women who are in menopause. This drug relieves menopausal symptoms such as headache, hot flashes, excessive sweating, hypertension, depression, insomnia, and irritability.

Indications for use of Quatera

Quatera is indicated for use in psychological stress, convulsive states, depression, sleep disorders, increased nervousness, stress, constant physical and mental fatigue, panic disorders, phobias, a state of constant anxiety.

Quatera has positive reviews as a medicine that is recommended for pregnant and lactating women to restore their emotional state and calm down.

Quatera is prescribed for women during menopause, as well as for elderly patients with mental disorders.

Instructions for use

According to the instructions, for neuroses and anxiety states, Quatera's mixture is taken 1 tablespoon before bedtime, and for convulsive conditions and spasms - 1 tablespoon 2-3 times a day.

For children under 12 years of age, the drug is prescribed 1 teaspoon at bedtime to normalize the psycho-emotional state.

Dosage form Quatera - potion
Dosage form Quatera - potion

In accordance with the instructions, the Quatera mixture should not be consumed by people who are actively working at hazardous facilities and driving vehicles. The drug is not compatible with alcoholic beverages and psychotropic drugs.

The duration of the course of treatment is 2 months, and repeated use is permissible after an interval of 3-4 months.

Contraindications and side effects

Quatera is contraindicated in case of individual intolerance to bromides and other components of the drug, as well as in the presence of allergic reactions.

With caution, the drug is prescribed to patients in old age, since the accumulation of bromide in the blood and its slow elimination from the body can lead to intoxication.

Quatera's medicine can cause drowsiness, increased fatigue, disturbances in the functioning of the central and peripheral nervous system, headache and dizziness, nausea and vomiting, dyspepsia, lethargy and impaired coordination.

After the course of treatment, allergic reactions may appear, including itching and burning, skin flushing, urticaria, skin rash, dermatitis and Quincke's edema.

Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!

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