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80 Suppositories with extract castoreum for treatment of chronic prostatitis 8 boxes ( 10 pieces in one box )

 80 Suppositories  with extract castoreum   for treatment  of chronic prostatitis  8 boxes ( 10 pieces in one box )
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These are super effective suppositories for men!

Indications: Recommended for inflammation of the prostate gland, chronic prostatitis, decreased potency, impaired erectile function in men, male infertility; with violations of sexual function in men associated with androgen deficiency and psychoemotional stress.

Method of application: 1 suppositorie is introduced into the rectum in the evening after its emptying.

The course of treatment: 2 months. If necessary, repeat the course.

Contraindications. In case of an allergic reaction, cancel the drug.

Storage conditions. Store in a cool, dry, dark place.


Shelf life. 12 months



The therapeutic effect of suppositories is due to the properties of the ingredients that make up their composition.

Propolis is able to enhance the action of a number of antibiotics, neutralizes toxins, has analgesic and wound-healing effect, has antimicrobial and antiviral effect, positively affects the immune system.


The secret of the beaver has pronounced anti-inflammatory properties, enhances spermatogenesis, enhances the potency and restores the functions of male genital organs, including erectile dysfunction.


Preparations in the form of suppositories quickly and effectively show their therapeutic effect. With their use, the number of adverse and allergic reactions is significantly reduced. The promise of this form becomes even more evident when one considers that, when rectal administration, drugs and biologically active compounds act both topically and resorptively, absorbed in the lower part of the rectum through the lymphatic and venous systems of the small pelvis. At the same time they go directly to the bloodstream, bypassing the liver, and are not exposed to its enzymes, as well as gastric juice, bile and pancreatic juice.


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