Palovin: technical specifications

Palovin: technical specifications

Palovin is available in a 32-tablet strip packet. Each 340mg tablet contains a formulation of four homeopathic remedies to counter the effects of headaches and other pain.

Palovin is manufactured according to the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS) and is listed with the FDA for over-the-counter sale in the United States. Its National Drug Code is 059672-0632-1 and barcode 750980006324.


For the temporary relief of headaches and other pain.


Chew one to two tablets of Palovin for the temporary relief of headaches or other pain.

Warnings and precautions

Palovin can be used by people of all ages. If a user suffers from a major medical problem, normal caution should be exercised. Palovin does not counter the effects of existing medical disorders.


Palovin may be taken with any other medication. Like other homeopathic remedies, Palovin is most effective when taken separately from food and drink, but has been specially formulated so that it may if necessary be taken in association with food and/or drink, e.g. coffee.

Dosage for children

Children from three to twelve may take a half dose of one tablet of Palovin.

Adverse effects

Owing to the minute doses involved, there is little possibility of adverse effects. There has never been any recorded adverse effect from homeopathic remedies above 12C. All remedies used in Palovin are 30C, well above the 12C limit.


Should a user take more Palovin than recommended, no harmful side effects should be expected, owing to the minute dilutions of active ingredients employed in homeopathic preparations.

X-rays, coffee, mint and homeopathic products

Some homeopathic products are harmed by exposure to x-rays, coffee or aromatic products such as mint. Palovin is not affected in this way. It has been robustly manufactured to ensure it remains effective after exposure to such factors.

Active Ingredients

The four homeopathic remedies listed below are the active ingredients in Palovin.

Bryonia, extracted from bryony roots.

- Used to alleviate pain on slightest movement,

Proper Name: Bryonia Alba
Common Names: White bryony, common bryony, wild hops.
Source: Grows in central and southern Europe.
Parts used: Fresh root.

Chamomilla, extracted from German chamomile.

- Used to alleviate emotional and mental stress, sleeplessness, impatience, intolerance and disorientation.

Proper name: Matricaria Recutita (Asteraceae/Compositae)
Common names: German or Hungarian chamomile, rauschert.
Source: Grows in Europe and the US.
Parts used: Juice expressed from the whole fresh plant in flower.

Gelsemium, extracted from the fresh root.

- Used to alleviate occipital headaches, and muscular soreness

Proper Name: Gelsemium Sempervirens
Common Names: Carolina Jasmine, yellow jasmine, false jasmine.
Source: Native to southern United States.
Parts used: Fresh root.

Lycopodium, extracted from club moss.

- Used to alleviate headaches on the votrex, throbbing headaches, and headaches from colds.

Proper name: Lycopodium Clavatum
Common names: Wolfsclaw, club moss, running pine, stag's horn moss.
Source: Native to mountains and forests in the northern hemisphere.
Parts used: Spores and pollen dust.

Inactive ingredients

The three substances listed below are the inactive ingredients in Palovin.

Sorbitol, a tabletting agent.
GRAS (generally recognised as safe). Used in every day items like biscuits and jams and especially diabetic jams. Tastes like sugar.

Magnesium stearate, E470b, a separating agent.
GRAS (generally recognised as safe). Used frequently in tablets. No distinctive taste. The source is vegetable, not animal.

Sterilized talc, E553b, a lubricating agent.
GRAS (generally recognised as safe). Used frequently in tablets. No distinctive taste.

Palovin does not contain any of the following substances

Artificial colourings
Artificial flavourings
Dairy products
Animal products
Fish or fish by-products
Any ingredient known to cause allergies
Melatonin or any other hormone

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