Tincture of Eucalyptus - Vegetable
agent used in a combination therapy for treating a wide range of diseases.
Active components tincture Eucalyptus have bactericidal, fungicidal, antiviral, antiprotozoal and anti-inflammatory.
Activity cineole (the main component of essential oil of eucalyptus) increase mirtenol, pinenes and tannins, are included in it.
If ingestion and inhalation tincture Eucalyptus has expectorant, mucolytic and bronchodilator effect, and in cases of skin - astringent, antipruritic, antiexudative, local irritating and anesthetic effect.
Due to the small amount of bitterness and essential oil of eucalyptus leaves infusion improves digestion, while increasing the production of the secretion of digestive glands.
The components of essential oil of eucalyptus with tannins, organic acids and trace elements such as zinc, manganese and selenium, contribute to the stability of tissue hypoxia.
Eucalyptus tincture produced in the form of greenish-brown clear liquid with a peculiar odor. Each vial (25 ml) contained the active component - eucalyptus leaf infusion rate of 200 g per 1 liter of feedstock.
Eucalyptus tincture analogs are the following products:
- As the active ingredient - Galenofillipt;
- According to the mechanism of action - hexamethylenetetramine Dioksidin, 5-NOK, Zyvox, Kirin, Kubitsin, Monural, Sanguirythrine, fosfomycin, Linezolid-Teva, Zeniks, Urofosfabol, Nitroxoline.
Indications tincture Eucalyptus
According to the instructions tincture Eucalyptus it is recommended to use in combination therapy for the treatment of chronic and acute occurring infectious and inflammatory diseases of different localization, namely:
- Giposekretornogo gastritis;
- Trophic ulcers;
- Erosion of the cervix;
- Mild forms of insomnia;
Contraindications tincture Eucalyptus
Tincture of Eucalyptus contraindicated instructions apply when:
- Hypersensitivity to hlorofilliptom or active ingredients of essential oils;
- Atrophy of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract.
Tincture for inhalation should not be used in pediatric patients up to three years, as well as in the treatment of:
- Bronchial asthma;
- Whooping cough;
Eucalyptus tincture is recommended to use with caution in increased secretion of digestive glands.
Dosing tincture Eucalyptus
Eucalyptus tincture is used topically and by inhalation.
Local infusion used as a rinse, which 10-15 drops diluted in a glass of water. The procedures performed up to four times per day.
In the same solution to two times a day to spend steam inhalation infusion of eucalyptus.
The use of tincture Eucalyptus during pregnancy
Using Eucalyptus tincture during pregnancy is possible only after consulting a doctor and evaluate the benefits and harms of drug use.
When administered in high doses tincture Eucalyptus according to the instructions can cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, and muscle cramps.
When prolonged inhalation tincture Eucalyptus can lead to dryness of mucous membranes of the respiratory system.
In applying the tincture into possible allergic reactions that occur most often on hlorofillipt and essential oil.
To avoid allergic reactions from the use of infusions prior to treatment you should check the sensitivity to the plant, for which you must drink up to ten drops of tincture, or up to 25 drops of alcohol solution hlorofillipta (1%) diluted in one tablespoon of water. A course of treatment can be started after 6-8 hours in the absence of allergic reactions. The negative attitude to the smell of the plants could also indicate intolerance eucalyptus.
Tincture of Eucalyptus refers to a number of herbal remedies permitted to leave from pharmacies without a prescription. Shelf life tincture - up to 5 years under recommended storage conditions of the manufacturer (at temperatures up to 18 ° C in the dark).