Santament history - creation, team, tests

лабораторни стестове на СантаментThis product is created in order to use the healing effect of wild herbs in Bulgaria. One of the main goals when creating this product is its remedial effect as well as causing no side effects during treatment. That is why this product has no contra-indications.

First laboratory tests were started in 2000 in the University of Food Processing Industry in Plovdiv in the Department of Essential oils under the guidance of PhD. Albena Stoyanova and Radka Shtereva. First medical tests of this product date from 2000 as well as the tests made in the Faculty of Dental Medicine in the Medical University in Plovdiv

Tests on this product are directed by Peter Kavlakov, PhD in dental and jawbone surgery, who is impressed with Santament’s effect on different types of mouth cavity diseases and surgical treatment. After successful tests carried out in Medical University in Plovdiv, Faculty of Dental Medicine, this product once more proved to be successful on tests in Multi-Profile Hospital for Active Healthcare “Plovdiv”, Department Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, the team being lead by Candidate of Medical Science, Dr. Kiril Simeonov. Santament successfully passed the tests for treating chronic pharyngitis and tonsillitis.

This product reveals its excellent qualities in the Department of Dermatology in Medical University “Plovdiv”, directed by PhD. Rumyana Yankova. Santament is successfully tested for treating aphthous ulcers. In 2000 Santament once again proved to be successful in District Dispensary for Oncological Diseases in Plovdiv, in First Ward for Chemotherapy, lead by Dr. Antonia Tomova. Presently Santament is successfully used in the ward and proved to be very efficient after chemotherapy treatment.

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Why did we make Santament?

Gum diseases or also called periodontal problems are caused by plaque, a colourless film of bacteria that constantly forms on teeth. This plaque irritates the gums and as a result they turn red, get very sensitive; in some cases they even swell and start bleeding.