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Serpina

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Brand Names: Serpina

 

 

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Product Description

Serpina by Himalaya Herbal Healthcare is an herbal, non-prescription supplement used to alleviate anxiety and hypertension. Serpina is available as orally consumable tablets sold over the counter.

 

Drug Information

 

Serpina tablets contain Indian snakeroot (scientifically known as Rauvolfia serpentine) as the single active ingredient. Each 250 mg Serpina tablet contains 4 mg of Indian snakeroot extract.

 

Indian snakeroot was traditionally used to treat venomous snake bites, but came to be known as an all-purpose remedy to treat a variety of conditions including hypertension, fever, epilepsy, dysentery, cholera, intestinal problems, pimples, boils, uterine contractions, corneal opacity, insomnia, nervousness, hypochondria, menstrual pain and even to ease the pain of childbirth.

 

The root bark of Indian snakeroot is rich in alkaloids, one of which is chemically similar to the rauwolfia alkaloid reserpine. Reserpine is a medically prescribed drug that relieves hypertension and psychotic symptoms. Prescription reserpine works by reducing the release of neurotransmitters in the brain such as serotonin and norepinephrine, which then helps to lower mild to moderate high blood pressure, schizophrenia and agitation in patients with mental health issues.

 

Manufacturers of Serpina claim that the herb depletes peripheral catecholamine (noradrenaline) stores, which relaxes blood vessels resulting in lowered blood pressure. High blood pressure left untreated can lead to heart attacks, strokes and kidney problems. Serpina is also said to decrease adrenergic tone to control anxiety.

 

Dosage

 

Strictly follow all instructions mentioned in the leaflet that comes with the package, or are printed on the back of the bottle.

 

Dosage of Serpina can vary. Generally, take one Serpina tablet with a glass of water once a day, or as directed by a physician.

 

Side Effects:

 

There are currently no known side effects of Serpina for the prescribed dosage. However, the following conditions could occur with Indian snakeroot extracts:

 

four_dot_bullet_red Nasal congestion
four_dot_bullet_red Stomach cramps
four_dot_bullet_red Nausea
four_dot_bullet_red Diarrhea
four_dot_bullet_red Vomiting
four_dot_bullet_red Loss of appetite
four_dot_bullet_red Drowsiness
four_dot_bullet_red Convulsions
four_dot_bullet_red Parkinson’s-like symptoms
four_dot_bullet_red Coma

 

Following side effects are known to be caused by Reserpine:

 

four_dot_bullet_red Drowsiness
four_dot_bullet_red Dizziness
four_dot_bullet_red Tiredness
four_dot_bullet_red Nausea
four_dot_bullet_red Vomiting
four_dot_bullet_red Diarrhea
four_dot_bullet_red Slow heartbeat
four_dot_bullet_red Stuffy nose

 

Uncommon but possible side effects of Reserpine:

 

four_dot_bullet_red Severe abdominal pain
four_dot_bullet_red Black stool
four_dot_bullet_red Fainting
four_dot_bullet_red Severe dizziness
four_dot_bullet_red Shortness of breath
four_dot_bullet_red Swollen ankles or feet
four_dot_bullet_red Unexplained and sudden weight gain
four_dot_bullet_red Enlarged breasts in males
four_dot_bullet_red Unusual breast discharge in females

 

Side effects are more likely at higher doses, therefore do not increase the dosage of Serpina without consulting a physician first.

 

Severe allergic reactions are possible, especially if the user is prone to allergies. Immediately seek emergency medical care if any of these symptoms are present after taking Serpina: breathing problems, chest pain, hives, skin rash, swelling or itchiness.

 

Precautions

 

four_dot_bullet_red Do not take Serpina if allergic to rauwolfia alkaloids or medications like Reserpine.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Do not take Serpina if pregnant or breastfeeding without prior approval from a physician.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Indian snakeroot products are not recommended for patients receiving electroconvulsive therapy (ECT).

 

four_dot_bullet_red Do not take Serpina if users have or have had urinary or intestinal ulcers.

 

four_dot_bullet_red Indian snakeroot extracts are not suitable for patients with depression or suicidal tendencies.

 

Serpina is not a treatment for dangerously high blood pressure, such as those caused by tumors in adrenal glands. Indian snakeroot could possibly to make these conditions worse.

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