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Tena Card Drops HAPDCO


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Indication of Hapdco Tena Card Drops
Improves Blood Circulation, Lowers Cholesterol
Various Cardiac and associated problems
Action of Ingredients used in Hapdco Tena Card Drops
Strophanthus: Increases the Systole and diminishes the rapidity of the heart. Functional disturbances of the heart from alcohol, tobacco and tea. Chronic nervous palpitation and arrest of breathing. Especially useful in failing compensation dependent upon fatty heart.

Cactus Grandiflorus: Circulation becomes irregular, causing violent congestion or localized pulsation behind stomach at odd places. Fluttering palpitation day and night. Cardiac Rheumatism.

Cratageus Oxyyacantha: Used as a specific remedy for heart complaints. Acts on the heart muscles. Cardiac dropsy, valvular affections with dyspnea. Cardiac hypertrophy.

Kalmia Latifolia: Shooting pains through chest above heart into shoulder-blades. Frequent pulse.

Convallaria Majalis: A heart remedy. Increases energy of hearts' action, renders it more regular. Feeling as if heart beat throughout the chest. Palpitation from the least exertion. Tobacco heart, especially when due to cigarettes.

Velariana: Has a calming effect.

Aurum Muriaticum Natronatum: Drawing and cutting in the heart. Violent pressure in the region of the heart. Cardiac anguish. Enlarged right side of the heart.

Digitalis Purpurea: The least movement causes violent palpitation, stitches in the heart region with lowered pulse.

Terminalia Arjuna: Terminalia contains ingredients that help stimulate heart. It also helps by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.

Ranunculus Bulbosus: Stitches in chest, characteristic effects are upon the chest walls.

Spigelia: Spigelia is an important remedy in pericarditis and other diseases of the heart. Frequent attacks of palpitation, especially with foul odor from mouth.

Directions of use of Hapdco Tena Card Drops
20 to 30 drops in little water upto 3 times a day or as directed by the physician.

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