on basis of bee venom are a group of analgesic and mestnoanestiziruyuschih funds intended for external use.
This drug has anti-inflammatory, local irritant and secondary analgesic effect. In the treatment of bee venom its active substances are well absorbed through the skin and have on the immune and endocrine systems stimulating effect.
Bee venom: instructions for use
Preparations based on bee venom are designed for external use only. To improve the absorption of the skin should be washed with warm water and then apply a cream or ointment is a very thin layer. Rubbing the drug is carried out for a few minutes, after which it is desirable to cover the painful parts of the body warm scarf or a blanket. Use of one to three times per day. The course of treatment with bee venom continues from 1 to 4 weeks.
Side effects of bee venom
The use of bee venom can lead to a variety of allergic reactions, redness, burning and pain at the site of application, chills, nausea, vomiting, headache and fever.
According to the instructions Bee venom is contraindicated in the following cases:
- Severe disorders of the liver and / or kidney problems;
- Adrenal insufficiency;
- Acute suppurative processes;
- Individual hypersensitivity to the components.
According to the instructions Bee venom also it not is used for treatment of acute arthritis or during active flares.
The use of bee venom during pregnancy and lactation is possible, but treatment should only be prescribed by a doctor and with great care. There should be no accidental drug
mucous membranes and the damaged areas of the skin.
Indications to bee venom:
- Stretching the muscles and ligamentous apparatus;
The drug should be used with caution in the elderly, children and women during the menstrual cycle.
Bee venom: drugs
- Ointment Kuznetsova;
Bee venom should be stored in a dark and cool place, away from children.