ANGIZOL


Why we created Angizol?


Herbs act aggressively combined and have anti-inflammatory action which does not irritate but  it treats oral and pharyngeal mucosa by  preserving themBased on our big experience with wild herbs in Bulgaria and their combination, as well as a huge number of results received from young and elder people, babies, pregnant and breastfeeding women as well. We get more and more persuaded of the opportunity to replace, by treatment with herbal preparations, medicines with accompanying side effects.


Herbs prove their effectiveness and safety for the fight with angina. Herbs act aggressively combined and have anti-inflammatory action which does not irritate but  it treats oral and pharyngeal mucosa by  preserving them. It has a quick and simultaneous action on the different types of bacteria as well as fungal infections.
Viral angina does not respond to antibiotic treatment. In a case like this the immune system itself has to overcome the infection.



The purpose of making ANGIZOL



ANGIZOL quickly and efficiently removes the causes of angina and the consequences of them. What's more,  fast action of the product and elimination of the severe pain and discomfort experienced by the patient accompanying these diseases.
ANGIZOL acts in different types of angina fast and hard. Attacks very aggressively and removes necrosis and fungi. Acts immediately after usage. The person treated immediately improves his position on the same day after its use.



What anginais?



Angina is an infection of the tonsils of tha palate. Angina is an infection of the tonsils of tha palate. It is also known as tonsillitis (Latin-tonsillitis by tonsilla - and tonsil-itis - inflammation ending).  The inflammation of the third tonsil which is located in the nasopharynx (nasal passage) and not visible is called adenoidit.
There are 3 types of angina- acute, subacute and chronic. Acute angina may be bacterial or viral.
Subacute tonsillitis can last between 3 weeks and 3 months.
Chronic angina is always bacterial and can last for years.

According to another classification , angina is divided to:

 

Catarrhal angina - bigger and sore tonsils1. Catarrhal angina - bigger and sore tonsils .
2. Purulent tonsillitis, in which the changes in the tonsils are as in the catarrhal, but there is pus in them in the form of off-white films ( lacunar angina ) or punctate scales (follicular ) .
3. Herpangina. Here, not only enlargement and redness of the tonsils, but bubbles are also noticed. It is caused by viruses from the group of coxsackie and echo.
4. Angina of Plauen - Vincent with the formation of necrosis and gray scales .
5. Fungal angina. Often caused by fungi of the genus Candida . Very common is the presence of pain and films without high temperature in preserved condition .



Symptoms and treatment



The symptoms are severe pain in the lower part of the throat, red and swollen tonsils, weakness, headache, gray tongue, feverThe symptoms are severe pain in the lower part of the throat, red and swollen tonsils, weakness, headache, gray tongue, fever from 38 to 40 degrees, dry throat, difficulty in swallowing, bad breath. If pus appears on the tonsils, it is purulent tonsillitis. The diagnosis of angina is easy and placed in view of the tonsils.
There are several forms of angina according to symptoms. Catarrhal angina is usually characterized by enlarged and red tonsils.

Herpangina is developing with advanced symptoms - except enlargement and redness of the tonsils bubbles are also observed. Fungal angina is caused by a fungus , usually of the genus Candida , and for its availability characteristic symptoms are pain and fever without scales . In purulent tonsillitis changes in the tonsils are as in catarrhal, but there is pus in them - off-white or punctate deposits.
When the angina is caused by bacterial infection , it can not be treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics did not help if angina is caused by a viral infection. Since angina is a contagious disease , the patient should be isolated and not allowed to contact with other people, especially children and adults.



Complications of types of angina



1. Peritonsillar abscess-pus accumulated in the space around one of the tonsils .In this case, antibiotics do not help. The treatment is incision (cut the lining of the abscess, leaking pus, and a sudden relief for the patient). Same effect is achieved by some healers with twitching your ear, yielding a spontaneous rupture of the abscess and drain purulent contents.
2. Otit - ear inflammation .
3. Regional lymphadenitis , inflammation of the local lymph nodes at the edge of the lower jaw and neck.
4. Rheumatism - angina is an unlocking moment , resulting in rheumatism, as an allergic reaction to microbes. It appears only when the infection is caused by beta hemolytic srteptococci from group A. The development of this complication is possible only if purulent tonsillitis is left untreated for long time ( weeks and months) and is extremely rare in recent decades.
5. Severe glomerulonephritis - autoimmune infection of the kidneys or acute tubulointerstitial nephritis - infectious inflammation of the kidneys .
6. Anaphylactiod purpura - hemorrhagic disease occurs with rash mainly on the lower limbs.
7. Sepsis ( blood poisoning ) , osteomyelitis , infectious inflammation of the bones.
8. Bad breath in chronic angina appears due to an infection causing yellowish growths in the crypts of the tonsils with separation of sulfur-containing compounds .

Etiology (reasons).



Pus angina is caused by a bacterial infection, most commonly caused by bacteria called type streptococci, staphylococci, and rarely, pneumococci  and the so on.Pus angina is caused by a bacterial infection, most commonly caused by bacteria called type streptococci, staphylococci, and rarely, pneumococci and the so on.
Viral tonsillitis may be caused by numerous viruses such as influenza, parainfluenza, coxsackie, ECHO, EPSTEIN - BARR VIRUS (cause of disease Infectious mononucleosis), adenoviruses and others.
Sometimes, tonsillitis is caused by SPIROCHAETA and TREPONEMA.In these cases it comes to angina Plough - Vensan.
Severe purulent tonsillitis may hinder swallowing food, medicine, and even liquids.

Why do we need ANGIZOL?



ANGIZOL- It decreases the temperature.The anesthetic effect is felt immediately after usage.
ANGIZOL- Eliminates the need for injections and infusions of water - salt and glucose solutions.
ANGIZOL- In case of a severe sore throat, high fever, increase in tonsils and lymph nodes and the presence of pus on the tonsils' plugs.
ANGIZOL- After three intense gargles until you reach the point of tolerance, pus plugs should begin to separate from the tonsils.
ANGIZOL- Exhibits markedly antiseptic and homeopathic action. It does not only eliminate the pus formations on the tonsils but it quickly decreases high temperature.
ANGIZOL- It has a very good action during braking necrotic angina.


ANGIZOL for children

kids - harmless herbal composition and the  lack of side effectsThe harmless herbal composition and the lack of side effects, preservation of the oral mucosa from secondary formation of fungi in children and especially in babies makes ANGIZOL extremely practical and useful.
In babies and small children we use a sterile cotton swab and embrocate it to the child's mouth.

ANGIZOL used during pregnancy or breastfeeding

 

ANGIZOL replaces antibiotics and is an effective resource that does not affect your pregnancy and is not absorbed by the fetus and the child being breastfed.

 

Usage of ANGIZOL

 

ANGIZOL can be taken when you squeeze the container which itself fills the dispenser of the pack. The dose is ready for adoption. Make a gargle until you reach your point of tolerance and spit out the rest. In an occasion of a severe angina repeat the procedure three times at first. If getting relieved, do not stop usage the next few days, continue and reduce the dose to twice a day- morning and evening.

 

Attention!

At least one hour after using Angisol do not take any food or liquids.

 

Contraindications
None

 

Durability

Three years after the date of expiry.

 

 

Contacts:



“Norkapharm” Ltd.
Plovdiv, 10, “Vishineva”, str.
phone: +359 876 33 14 31
е-mail: paralingov@abv.bg
 



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