CARMOLIS 80ML DROPS
CARMOLIS 80ML DROPS
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1 ml of drops for oral and external use contains: Menthol 1538 mg, Thyme Oil 15 mcg, Anise Oil 139 mcg, Chinese Schizandra Oil 1584 mg, Oil of Clove 1584 mg, Lemon Oil 11 mg, Lavender Oil 1584 mg, Spicy Lavender Oil 1584 mg, Indian mint oil (citronella) 154 mcg, Sage oil 316 mcg, Muscat oil 630 mcg.
Excipients: Ethanol 94%, purified water.
In a bottle of 80 ml drops for oral administration and external use. In packing 1 bottle with a stopper dropper on 1.5 ml.
Mechanism of action
Carmolis - dietary supplement, combined herbal remedies, the action of which is due to the properties of its constituent components.
Thyme oil has an expectorant effect due to the dilution of sputum, reducing its viscosity and accelerating the evacuation of the bronchi, and also has an antimicrobial and bronchodilatory effect.
Anise oil has an expectorant effect due to increased activity of the ciliated epithelium of the bronchi, as well as antispasmodic and antimicrobial action.
Chinese Schizandra oil has antimicrobial and antifungal (fungistatic) effects, improves intestinal motility and stimulates the secretion of gastric juice.
Clove oil has antimicrobial, antifungal and antiviral, as well as antispasmodic action. When applied topically, it has a local irritant and analgesic effect.
Lemon oil increases the functional activity of the stomach.
Lavender oil is obtained from narrow-leaved lavender and broad-leaved lavender. It has a sedative, carminative and choleretic effect.
Sage oil has antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal effects. Reduces sweating.
Muscat oil stimulates the digestive tract, has a choleretic effect.
Citronella oil (Indian mint) has a sedative, antimicrobial and irritant effect.
Menthol has a carminative, choleretic, antispasmodic effect.When applied topically, it has a local irritant and analgesic effect, reduces skin itching.
Indications and usage
In the complex therapy of the following diseases and conditions:
- Treatment and prevention of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract (including influenza and SARS).
- Phenomena of dyspepsia (including nausea, heaviness in the epigastric region, flatulence).
- Increased nervous irritability and irritability, a sense of internal tension.
- Arthralgia (including for rheumatism).
- Myalgia of various origins.
- Neuritis of the sciatic nerve.
- Insect bite.
- Inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract, accompanied by a cough.
- Obturation of the bile ducts.
- Liver disease.
- Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum.
- Traumatic brain damage.
- Lactation (breastfeeding).
- Hypersensitivity to the drug.
Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
The drug is contraindicated for use during pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding).
Dosage and administration
For the treatment and prevention of inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract, adults are prescribed orally for 10-20 drops diluted in a glass of water or 3-5 drops per piece of sugar up to 5 times / day. For inhalations, 20-25 drops are added to 1 liter of hot water, mixed and breathed with steam under a towel. When coughing, the drug is applied to the skin of the breast and the interscapular area and is well ground, after which the areas are covered with a warm cloth.
In arthralgia, myalgia, lumbago, sciatica, the drug is applied to the affected area. To enhance the therapeutic effect of the painful area should be kept warm (cover with a warm cloth or bandage).
When symptoms of dyspepsia and as a sedative, the drug is administered orally 3-4 times / day for 10-20 drops on a piece of sugar or diluted in a glass of water.
When insect bites, itching skin smear (not rubbing) the drug damaged skin several times a day.
Wash hands thoroughly after using the product for grinding.
It should be borne in mind that the drug contains 64% ethanol.The average recommended dose contains 540 mg of ethanol. The content of ethanol should also be considered when simultaneously prescribing other drugs.
When applied topically, avoid contact with the eyes.