Instruction for use: Chamomillae recutitae flores (Flores Chamomillae officinalis)I want this, give me price
Other non-narcotic analgesics, including non-steroidal and other anti-inflammatory drugs
Antiseptics and disinfectants
Chamomile flowers contain essential oil (up to 0.8%), flavonoids, coumarins, organic acids, ascorbic acid, carotene, gums, polysaccharides, bitterness, polyacetylenes, macro- and microelements, and other biologically active substances.
The preparation is of plant origin. Has antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, wound healing, diaphoretic, choleretic, spasmolytic and mild analgesic effect.
Inside (as part of complex therapy) - chronic gastritis, enteritis and colitis, peptic ulcer and duodenal ulcer, flatulence, bile and intestinal colic, diarrhea. Sometimes used as a sweatshop. Locally - infectious and inflammatory diseases of the ENT organs and oral cavity (pharyngitis, tonsillitis, stomatitis, gingivitis).
Inside, in the form of infusion, 15-45 ml (2-3 tablespoons) 2-3 times a day.
In enemas, as an auxiliary drug for intestinal spasms and flatulence.
Locally, for rinsing, lotions, baths, baths. To rinse the mouth and throat - 1 / 2-1 glass (in a warm form) 3-5 times a day. For microclysters use 50 ml of infusion 1-2 times a day.
To prepare the infusion 8-10 g (2 tablespoons) chamomile flowers are placed in enamel ware, pour 200 ml (1 glass) of hot boiled water, cover with a lid and heat in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes, cool at room temperature for 45 minutes, filter through a double layer of gauze, the remaining raw material is squeezed. The volume of the infusion obtained is adjusted to 200 ml with boiled water.
3 filter bags are placed in a glass or enamel ware, poured 100 ml of boiling water, cover with a lid and insist for 15 minutes. Filter packets are pressed. The volume of the infusion obtained is adjusted to 100 ml with boiled water.
Before use, the infusion should be shaken.