Hypoxene 30 pills




Pharmacotherapeutic group: antihypoxant agent


Pharmacodynamics. Hypoxene belongs to the class of antihypoxants and antioxidants that reduce oxygen consumption and increase the body's performance in extreme situations. The drug has an antihypoxic effect by increasing the efficiency of tissue respiration in hypoxic conditions, especially in organs with a high level of metabolism (brain, heart muscle, liver).

Hypoxene provides: a decrease in oxygen consumption during significant physical exertion, an improvement in tissue respiration, a decrease in mental and physical fatigue, and the successful performance of labor-intensive physical operations.

Antihypoxant. The mechanism of action of hypoxene (Olifen) in cells is to reduce oxygen consumption by tissues, its consumption being more economical under hypoxic conditions.

Possessing a high electron exchange capacity due to the polyphenolic structure of the molecule, hypoxene (Olifen) has a bypass effect on the stage of formation of lactic acid from pyruvic acid, forming Acetyl CoA, which then participates in the cycle of tricarboxylic acid. At the molecular level, hypoxene (Olifen) facilitates tissue respiration under hypoxic conditions due to the ability to directly transfer reduced equivalents to enzyme systems. Hypoxene (Olifen) repeatedly compensates for the lack of ubiquinone under hypoxic conditions, since it contains a large number of functional centers. Thus, Hypoxene (Olifen) compensates the activity of the mitochondrial respiratory chain in the presence of damage to its parts.

The antioxidant effect of hypoxene (Olifen) is associated with its polyphenolic structure, which protects cell membranes and mitochondria from the destructive effects of free radicals formed during lipid peroxidation (LPO).This disease process is triggered by extreme physical and psychoemotional effects on the body.


  • to improve performance in extreme and unfavorable conditions, accompanied by a lack of oxygen (high mountains, arctic conditions, underwater work, etc.),
  • mental and physical stress, operator activity and other intense loads, accompanied by chronic fatigue and fatigue,
  • in the complex therapy of severe traumatic injuries, blood loss, extensive surgical interventions, respiratory diseases (bronchial asthma, pneumonia, obstructive bronchitis),
  • as part of the complex therapy of stable angina pectoris (prevention of angina attacks), high blood pressure, chronic heart failure I and II FC according to NYHA.


For adults, take it orally, before or during meals, with a little water. A single dose for adults is 2 – 4 capsules.

The maximum daily dose used is 12 capsules.

Elimination of hypoxia that develops under extreme conditions:hypoventilation of the lungs, high altitude, underwater work, work in high temperature conditions, sports: 1 daily dose 30-60 minutes before exercise.

Prolonged intense mental activity, chronic fatigue, reduced recovery period after excessive physical exertion, trauma, surgery:daily dose of 1/2 2 times a day for 2-3 weeks. Courses can be repeated with a break of 1-2 weeks.

Complex treatment of pneumonia: daily dose of 1/2, 2 times a day, course for 14 days.

Complex treatment of obstructive bronchitis: daily dose of 1/2 2 times a day – 2 courses of 14 days with an interval of 7 days.

Complex treatment of bronchial asthma:daily dose of 1/2 2 times a day, courses for 21-30 days with an interval of 10 days.

Complex prevention of stable angina pectoris: 1/2 daily dose 2 times a day, course 15-30 days with an interval of 10 days.

complex treatment of hypertension: 1/2 daily dose, 2 times a day, course for 10 days.

Complex treatment of heart failure: daily dose of 1/2 2 times a day, course 10-14 days.


  • To eliminate excessive symptoms of hypoxia, including shortness of breath, uneven breathing
  • Increase endurance levels and reduce fatigue by optimizing tissue respiration
  • To normalize the pulse and keep it in the optimal/safe zone during physical overtraining, maintaining a high training pace


  • increase efficiency while performing muscular work in extreme conditions of competition,
  • prevention and overcoming of the state of chronic fatigue,
  • acceleration of the recovery of the body after stress,
  • improvement of peripheral blood flow,
  • economical consumption of oxygen by tissues under hypoxic conditions,
  • increasing the body's resistance to physical activity.

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