Side effects and precautions
Contraindications: Varumin® should not be used by people sensitive to certain components of preparation, people with bowel obstruction, those with existing inflammations of bowel disease (Crohn’s disease, colitis ulcerosis), people with appendicitis, people with hypertireosis, during pregnancy and lactation. In these cases, Varumin® may be used only after consulting your doctor.
Special precautions: There are not any. Varumin® has an excellent safety profile, contains no chemical additives, it is composed only of herbal ingredients that have never been exposed to toxic substances.
Interactions: There are several potential effects, which have been attributed to the presence of aloe, however, using Varumin® for a long time there was no interaction noticed.
Side effects: So far, there has been no observed effect recorded after the use of Varumin®. After prolonged use diarrhea may rarely occur.
Storage: Store below 25° C, protected from light. Keep out of the reach and sight of children.
Varumin®1 is administered to adults an hour before eating and that 50 ml at a time. After 6 hours, the dosing continues with Varumin®2, four times daily one teaspoon (10 ml), an hour before eating.
Cases with metastatic tumours on solid tissue Varumin®2 is dosed five times daily one teaspoon (10 ml) one hour before a meal.
Children: Varumin®1 is dosed twice in 6 hours, one hour before a meal. After 6 hours, it is continued with the dosage of Varumin®2, three times daily one teaspoon (10 ml), one hour before a meal. Children, who are younger than 10 years, it is advisable to consult a doctor.
Time and duration of medication: Varumin® is used in the continuity of 4 weeks. Improved patient‘s condition is a good indication for the continuation of the treatment.
Shelf life: 36 months from date of manufacture. Not to be used after the expiry date indicted on the packaging.