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ABC publishes monograph on scientific and clinical research of Sinupret
Date:2/5/2009

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The ABC Sinupret monograph is published in three parts: The full monograph, a Clinical Overview (i.e., an executive summary) containing condensed information from the full monograph, and a consumer/patient information sheet, consisting of essential information for consumer education about the responsible use of the product. Each of these elements is accessible separately on the ABC website (www.herbalgram.org).

The full monograph contains an overview of Sinupret in the German market, the uses of the product, the chemistry of the product's five herbal ingredients, dosage information, summaries of the product's researched pharmacological actions, and safety data. The monograph also contains an extensive summary of human clinical research in both text and table form, among other data.

Sinupret contains extracts of five traditional European herbs: elder (Sambucus nigra) flowers, primrose (Primula veris) flowers with calyx, common sorrel (Rumex acetosa) herb, European vervain (Verbena officinalis) herb, and gentian (Gentiana lutea) root.

Sinupret is manufactured by Bionorica, a 76-year-old company in Neumarkt, Germany with offices in San Clemente, California. Bionorica is widely considered one of Europe's leading manufacturers of clinically tested herbal preparations.

According to Scott Bukow, president and CEO of Bionorica's US division, Sinupret has a great deal of safety and efficacy data behind it, and Bionorica commissioned the ABC monograph so that this information would be readily available to the general public. Bukow noted that such information could be particularly important for consumers interested in safe and effective natural products for children.

"ABC is recognized as an outstanding organization with an excellent reputation that plays a key part in educating and informing all relevant target groups in the US," said Dr. Harel Sei
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