Persen [Pepermint, Lemon balm, Rhizome extracts + Valeriana Roots]


Persen is a sedative and antispasmodic herbal drug.

It is used to treat neurosis accompanied by stress, impaired attention, anxiety and insomnia that are usually treated with potent therapy. Persen can be prescribed for the prevention of psychosomatic disorders caused by stress. It has also proved to be effective in dysautonomia treatment.



  • increased nervous irritability and excitability;
  • insomnia;
  • as a part of a complex therapy of dysautonomia.


50 mg of dry extract of medicinal valerian rhizomes with roots (corresponds to 35 mg of the native extract);
25 mg of dry extract of lemon balm leaves (corresponds to 17.5 mg of the native extract);
2 mg of dry peppermint leaf extract (corresponds to 15.5 mg of the native extract);

    Dosage and Administration

    To be administered orally, independent of meals.

    Dosage for adults and children over 12 years of age: 2-3 tablets 2-3 times a day.

    Side effects

    Allergic response or bronchospasm. The prolonged drug administration can cause constipation.


    • hypersensitivity to the components of the drug;
    • lactose intolerance, lactose deficiency or glucose galactose malabsorption;
    • sucrase/isomaltase deficiency or fructose intolerance;
    • arterial hypotension;
    • cholangitis or biliary disease;
    • pregnancy and lactation;
    • children under 12 years of age.

    Drug interaction

    Persen enhances the effect of hypnotic drugs and other CNS depressants, antihypertensive drugs and painkillers, thus requiring the dosage adjustment.


    Overdose can cause fatigue, abdominal pain, dizziness, dilated pupils, chest pain or shaking hands. If the symptoms do not disappear on their own within 24 hours, perform a gastric lavage and consult a doctor.