Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, bacteriostatic, antiseptic drug, treatment of wounds, regeneration and epithelialization of damaged tissues, stimulant of damaged tissues. It has certain healing and astringent properties.
Plant that gives rise
Balsam, is a herbaceous plant that branches copiously at the base and forms loose lawns, most of the times large, with stiff, slimy leaves, the lower ones being older and the upper ones erect, all of them supported by a long corner. Harvesting for medicinal purposes is of interest to the whole plant. It should be collected when it is florida, since it is at this time when it has the highest concentration of active ingredients. Once uprooted from its natural habitat, it is put to dry in the shade or in a drying room, at temperatures below 30 ºC.
Description of the medicine
Dense, viscous, light yellow liquid with a specific odor. In the air it does not thicken and does not dry out.
External use: Boils, carbuncles, trophic ulcer, purulent wounds, mastitis, soft tissue lesions, burns, dermatitis and inflammatory skin diseases.
Internal use: Gastritis, heartburn, ulcers of the debt and stomach.
Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, bacteriostatic, antiseptic, treatment of wounds, regeneration and epithelialization of damaged tissues, stimulant of damaged tissues. It favors the purification, regeneration and epithelialization of wounds.
Method of use and dosage
- External: dressing moistened directly to the damaged surface or directly to the skin in sufficient quantity.
- Internal: It is recommended once a day after 5-6 hours after the last food intake (a light dinner is recommended at 18 hours and supply of the drug at 23-24 hours); in case of ulcer of the deudene and stomach: 1st day -1 teaspoon, the following days -1 dessert spoon for 16-20 days. In case of gastritis with heartburn,: 1st day -1 teaspoon, the following days -1 dessert spoon for 10-12 days.
Possible allergic reaction.
Interactions with other medications
Does not have.
Use during pregnancy or lactation
Possible use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation.
Conditions of conservation
In a tightly closed container at a temperature no higher than 25 degrees.