Starnise®

Natural medicine for influenza

Starnise
Product Description
Supplement Facts
Directions To Use

Plant Description:
Star anise (Illicium verum) is native to Southern China, Northern Myanmar and Vietnam. It is a small tree having the star-shaped fruit, radiating between five and ten pointed boat-shaped sections, about eight on average.

Phytochemistry:
Star anise contains shikimic acid and essential oil as well as phenylpropanoids and sesquiterpenes, eg. trans-anethole, eugenol, β-eudesmol, farnesol, β-caryophyllenc and β-caryophyllene oxide, which are present in many essential oils, were examined for their anti-viral activity. Linalool is important phytoactive compound that does indeed have anti-viral activity. The plant extract has inhibitory effect on influenza virus neuraminidase with the possibility of alteration of virus particle aggregation and release. It is widely used as a immune system booster and has strong antioxidant activity.

Composition:
Each tablet contains
Organic Star anise standard extract …………… 200 mg

Indications:
Natural medicine for influenza

Dosage:
For treatment in patients of suspected influenza:
2-11 years – half tablet two times daily
12 years & above – one tablet two times daily for at least five days
Treatment should be started within 48 hours of onset of symptoms. Starnise® may be taken with or without food. However, patient with peptic ulcer and other stomach problem should take after meal.

Contraindication:
Children under 2 years of age, in pregnancy and lactation due to lack of clinical safety data

Side effects:
Mild allergic reactions, gastrointestinal disturbances in some individuals

Quantity supplied:
10 tablets in one blister, 1 blister per box

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