Sedative Meds

Sedative Drugs

Sedatives are medicines that have a general calming effect on the central nervous system. Sedative (calming) effect is manifested in a decrease in the response to various external stimuli and a certain decrease in daily activity.

Common hops

Description: Perennial herb with long creeping rhizome. Stem ribbed, with spines. Leaves alternate on petioles, with sharp tops and serrate edges. Staminate flowers, collected in panicles and located in the axils of the leaves. Raw materials: Female inflorescences (cones), collected in August before blossoming. Lupulin is…
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Description: perennial herb with woody rhizome. Stem erect, 50–200 cm tall, green or red-violet. The leaves are ovate. The flowers are arranged in verticils in the upper part of the stem in the leaf axils. The corolla is light red, 9 mm long. Raw materials: ground…
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Oats sowing

Description: annual herb with a bearded root. The stem is rounded, hollow, up to 1 m tall. The leaves are lanceolate, the flowers are green with long spines in the form of spikelets, which form panicles. Raw materials: oatmeal. Main action: sedative, in some…
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Medicinal sweet clover

Description: biennial herbaceous plant. Stem ascending or erect, branched at the base, 50–200 cm high. The leaves are alternate and ternate. The flowers are collected in elongated, curvaceous inflorescences in the axils of the upper leaves. Corolla yellow of 5 different petals. Raw materials: dried…
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Prescription drugs

Histamine H 1 receptor blockers: diphenhydramines ( diphenhydramine and its synonyms from different companies); promethazines ( pipolfen , diprazine ); doxylamine ( donormin ), which are mainly used to treat allergic diseases (urticaria, hay fever, allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis, angioedema, serum sickness, etc.). These drugs also have a moderate hypnotic and…
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