Cramplex 40 Tablets
Cramplex is a combination of herbs used traditionally in Western herbal medicine for the relief of menstrual pain, cramping and dysmenorrhoea.
Cramp Bark, Wild Yam root and Ginger root are traditionally used in Western herbal medicine for the relief of menstrual pain, menstrual cramping and dysmenorrhoea
Cramp Bark is traditionally used in Western herbal medicine:
- to relieve muscle cramps and relax the nervous system
-for its antispasmodic activity
Adults: 3-4 tablets 2 times daily.
|Each tablet contains:|
|Corydalis turtschaninovii (Corydalis) extract||60 mg|
|derived from tuber dry||600 mg|
|Zingiber officinale (Ginger) extract||800 mcL|
|derived from rhizome dry||400 mg|
|Rubus idaeus (Raspberry) Extract||800 mcL|
|derived from leaf dry||400 mg|
|Dioscorea villosa (Wild Yam) extract||800 mcL|
|derived from root & rhizome dry||400 mg|
|Viburnum opulus (Cramp Bark) extract||800 mcL|
|derived from stem bark dry||400 mg|
- No Added: Gluten, soya bean, milk, lactose, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustacea, corn, egg, sesame seeds, artificial sweeteners, colours or flavours.
- Vegan friendly.
Calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, colloidal anhydrous silica, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, sodium starch glycollate.
- Do not use if pregnant or likely to become pregnant.
- Daily doses of dried Ginger in excess of 4 g are contraindicated in patients who are already taking blood-thinning drugs such as warfarin or aspirin or who have an increased risk of haemorrhage. In these patients, at doses of Ginger below this exercise caution.
- When prescribing Ginger caution is advised in patients with gallstones.
- Contraindicated in patients taking nifedipine or crizotinib.
- Ginger should be used cautiously in patients taking antacids (it may decrease the effectiveness since Ginger increases gastric secretory activity) or phenprocoumon.
- Discontinue 7 days prior to general anaesthesia.
- If patient symptoms persist, seek additional professional advice.