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    ADEL 13 Fattex Drop

    (20 ml Drop in bottle)
    ADEL 13 Fattex Drop
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    FATTEX Drops (ADEL 13 Drops)


    INDICATIONS: For normalization of metabolism in obese patients.

    ADEL 13 (FATTEX) drops helps to alter and normalize metabolism in adipose patients, also a remedy for obesity and have the slimming effect.

    INGREDIENTS: Spongia tosta 4X, Fucus vesiculosus 3X, Graphites 12X, Lycopodium clavatum 12X, Phosphorus 12X, Taraxacum officinaleQ,Lycopodium clavatum 12X

    Spongia tosta shows a special organ tropic and regulating relationship to the lymphatic glands, the thyroid and the heart, where it specially acts with its ingredient iodum against atheromatese developments in the vessels.

    Fucus vesiculosus is a classical material for adipositas stimulating the work of the thyroid gland. But over this a patient will be forced to keep to a diet too.

    Graphites directs its activity stimulating the tissues of the digestive organs and end the hypofunction of the main glands for a better secretion.

    Phosphorus is needed in all metabolic processes and tissues of the body. Over this it regulates nervous states towards a better mood and the work of all inner organs, heart, liver, spleen and digestive ways.

    Additional to all this regulations acts Taraxacum officinale cholagog and reducing hepatic loadings, stimulating the work of the gallbladder and kidneys secretion. So all ingredients of the complex help to improve the metabolic processes of this special patients.

    Lycopodium clavat is an important polychrest for all states of self poisoning. In this picture it acts against hypercholesterineamia, ends a spastic obstipation and venous stase.

    RECOMMENDED DOSAGE (Unless otherwise prescribed)

    Adults - 15 to 20 drops
    Teenagers 10 to 15 drops
    3 times a day in 1/4 Cup of water before meals.

    Original Packing: 20ml sealed bottle

    Use under medical supervision.


    Content on this page was last updated on 19 June, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)