Cynt Film Coated Tablet 0.4 Mg

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0.4 Mg




Generic Name (Ingredient)

A Film-Coated Tablet Contains 0.4 Mg Of Moxonidine

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1 review for Cynt Film Coated Tablet 0.4 Mg

  1. Elie

    I need to buy Cynt 0.4
    Is it available and can it be shipped to Beirut.
    Thank you

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

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      Hello Elie, this is WikiKenko,

      Cynt is a film-coated tablet that contains 0.4 mg of the active ingredient Moxonidine. It is an antihypertensive medication used for the treatment of mild to moderate essential hypertension. The usual initial dose is 0.2 mg daily, with a maximum daily dose of 0.6 mg given as 2 divided doses. The maximum single dose to be administered is 0.4 mg.

      Cynt contains the active ingredient Moxonidine which works by relaxing the muscles in the walls of your blood vessels. This means that your blood vessels widen, which reduces your blood pressure and allows blood and oxygen to circulate more freely around your body.

      I’m sorry, but WikiKenko is a pharmaceutical encyclopedia and does not sell or provide medication. You should consult with your doctor or a licensed healthcare provider to obtain a prescription for Cynt Film Coated Tablet 0.4 Mg or any other medication.
      Cynt is a prescription medication and should only be taken under the guidance of a healthcare professional. It is important to follow the instructions given by your doctor and to take the medication as prescribed. Your doctor will determine the appropriate dosage and treatment plan for you based on your individual needs and medical history. It is not recommended to self-medicate with Cynt or any other prescription medication without consulting a healthcare professional first.

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