PMS pause Capsule
Pharmacology and mechanism of effect:
Chaste berry is used to reduce hyperprolactinemia and premenstrual syndrome. The mechanism of action and pharmacologically active compounds of this plant are uncertain, but studies have shown that this plant stimulates type 2 dopamine receptors and reduces prolactin secretion. It seems that the Chaste berry with effect on the hypothalamus-pituitary axis has its effect. This plant reduces the release of LH and prolactin from the pituitary. Several studies have shown the effect of the extract of this plant on various types of menstrual disorders, including amenorrhoea, oligomenorrhoea, polymenorrhea, and corpus luteum and infertility. A number of double-blind clinical trials also show the effect of different fruit extracts on luteal body function and infertility. This plant improves ovarian function by increasing secretion of estrogen to progesterone and decreases premenstrual syndrome. Also inhibits acne due to hormonal imbalance.
Side effects: In patients who are allergic to the plant, there are sometimes itching, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, dizziness, gastrointestinal disorders, increased menstrual flow, anxiety and weight gain.
Precautions and adverse reactions:
- Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.
- This herb affects the level of hormones and estrogen levels, so avoid the use of drugs when sensitive to certain hormone conditions.
- This drug can interfere with the effects of in vitro fertilization. So, if you are being treated with this method, avoid taking medication.
- Chaste berry contains chemicals that affect the brain. The function of these substances is similar to some of the drugs used for Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, it may interfere with Parkinson’s disease.
- If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in the medicine, stop taking the medicine and consult your
doctor or pharmacist.
- Keep out of reach of children
-Avoid co-administration with dopamine agonist drugs due to an antagonistic effect of dopamine receptors.
– This plant affects dopamine receptors, So interact with dopamine-lowering drugs such as chlorpromazine, clozapine, flophenazine, haloperidol, olanzapine, perfenazine, prochlorperazine, cyatapine, risperidone, thiuridazine and thioxin in schizophrenic patients or patients with other disorders. Mental illness disturbs.
– This medicine reduces the effect of contraceptive pills.
– Co-administration of this drug with metoclopramide may reduce the effect of metoclopramide.
Storage: In below 30 °C and dry & dark place