Herbal non-hormonal agent that helps to normalize the menstrual cycle and restore hormonal balance. Recommended for the relief of PMS symptoms. It has anti-inflammatory properties.


Indications for use (instruction): Tazalok

Menstrual irregularities; premenstrual syndrome; algodismenorea, dysmenorrhea; fibrocystic mastopathy; retention ovarian cysts. As part of complex therapy, they are used for endometrial hyperplasia, uterine fibroids, endometriosis; polycystic ovary syndrome.

How to use

Dilute 30–40 drops in ½ cup boiled water at room temperature. Take 30 minutes before meals 3 times a day. Tazalok should be taken for at least 3 months, without a break for the period of menstruation. The daily dose can be divided into 2 doses. If complaints are resumed after discontinuation of treatment, therapy should be continued after consultation with a doctor.


Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.


Active substances:
10 ml of the preparation contains a tincture of a mixture of medicinal plant material (1:10): roots of the six-petalled meadowsweet (Filipendula vulgaris Moench) – 0.28 g, roots of fresh curly parsley (Petroselini radix) – 0.225 g, fresh celery roots (Apiumi radix) – 0.17 g, herbs of the common salsa (Galii herba) – 0.135 g, herbs of the common lenok (Linariae herba) – 0.11 g, marigold flowers (Flores Calendulae) – 0.08 g (extractant – ethanol 40%).

Release form

50 ml or 100 ml, 1 bottle in a cardboard box.


Dr. Gustav Klein GmbH & Cо. KG, Germany

Registration certificate

№799 from 26.04.2018

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