Humisorb

Humisorb

Humisorb

A universal combined preparation for fighting with the effects of poisoning of various etiologies, as part of complex therapy.

Humisorb is a low-mineralized concentrate of fulvic and humic organic substances of natural origin.

Humisorb holds a special place in the sphere of prevention of diseases of the kidneys, urinary tract and especially - in prevention of urinary stone disease (urolithiasis), and is also recommended for relieving acute intoxication when using radioactive substances in computed tomography as well as preventing postanesthesia disorders in surgery.

Indications for use:

Diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract: urolithiasis, (oxalate, urate, phosphate stones, microlithiasis), pyelonephritis, cystitis.

In case of urolithiasis, the water schedule treatment shall be indicated in cases when the size and shape of the stones and the condition of the urinary tract do not interfere with the normal passage of urine, as well as 1.5 - 2 months after lithotripsy and surgical stone removal.

Diseases of the genitourinary system in men: prostatitis, urethritis.

Diseases of the endocrine system and metabolic disorders: arthrolithiasis (gout), oxalaturia, phosphaturia, uric acid diathesis.

In overweight patients: for weight correction.

Diabetes: reduction of hypoxia of the lower extremities.

Hepatitis: blockage of virus infiltration through the cell membrane and virus multiplication at an early stage of replication.

Acute respiratory disease: for prophylactic use during influenza epidemics.

 

Humisorb is able to retain its preventive properties for a long time, therefore it is ideal for continuing treatment and prevention out of vacation hideaway setting.

 

The prevention course shall be carried out within 20-24 days.

The recommended initial single-dose dose is 5 ml of concentrate per 150 - 200 ml of pure water, three times a day, 30 - 40 minutes before meals. In the absence of complications, within 3-5 days, the transition to the use of 10 ml (and 15 ml - for the patients with the weight over 100 kg) of concentrate per 200 ml of pure water is recommended, three times a day, 30 - 40 minutes before meals.

It is recommended to carry out 3 water schedule treatment courses per year. Individual consultations may be performed according to the scheme of water schedule treatment. 

About Humisorb.

A hydrous solution of Humisorb, while having a pronounced diuretic effect, can be relatively easily absorbed by the body, easily penetrates tissues, setting in motion its effective prophylactic use.

The effectiveness of a hydrous solution in the rehabilitation of kidney stone disease is attributable to the presence of specific organic molecules (of the family of humic and fulvic substances) able to attack the crystal lattice of the stone and destroy it.

Numerous clinical and experimental studies have convincingly shown that waters containing humic and fulvic substances have high permeability, penetrating the cell membrane to attack the crystal lattice of calcium oxalates, thereby significantly reducing lithogenesis and the likelihood of relapse after lithotripsy.

Humic and fulvic substances have an anti-inflammatory effect, suppressing the formation of free radicals, as well as a bactericidal effect on opportunistic pathogenic microflora, E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus albus, Proteus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa. An additional anti-inflammatory effect of the water schedule complex is attributable to the presence of a biologically active complex of silver ions. 

Humisorb also has pronounced detoxicant and hepatoprotective properties.

Humic and fulvic substances are a powerful complexing substance, binding and removing heavy metals (lead, mercury, copper, cadmium, cobalt, zinc, etc.) from the body - seeing that such metals, having reached a certain concentration in the human body, may cause severe poisoning and cellular mutations. The heavy metals can not be excreted on their own if no preventive measures are taken. Humic and fulvic substances are actively involved in the metabolism of the liver and act as a filter for heavy metals. They bind and immobilize toxic substances. After this, the toxins are easily removed from the body. Long-term use of humic and fulvic substances generally affects the liver in a favorable way. The level of liver enzymes gets normalized, the tissue respiration is being stimulated, and the regeneration of damaged liver cells accelerates.

Adsorption by humic and fulvic substances has its own specifics. They are not a mechanical enterosorbent, but a complexing substance that acts more intensively than conventional physical enterosorbents. A wide range of organic acids of humic substances, in addition to the action of digestive enzymes, helps to split the food particles in the gastrointestinal tract. The humic and fulvic substances inhibit concentration of pathogenic bacteria in the digestive tract, stimulate the growth of the natural intestinal microflora, improve the digestion of protein and the absorption of calcium, trace substances, nutrients.

 

Contra-indications.

1. Hypertension related to the exacerbation on the background of taking antihypertensive drugs.

2. Gastric and duodenal diseases in the acute stage.

3. Chronic kidney disease with severe signs of chronic renal failure, high arterial hypertension (exceeding 180 mm Hg).

4. Hydronephrosis; kidney cyst (multiple, solitary), complicated by chronic renal failure.

5. Diseases of the genitourinary system in the phase of the active inflammatory process.

6. Urolithiasis on the background of presence of stones requiring surgical intervention.

7. Urethral stricture.

8. Contracted bladder of any etiology.