Description of the medicine: Salvin (Salvinum)
A drug obtained from the leaves of sage officinalis (extraction with acetone).
A greenish-yellow gummy mass, from which a 1% alcohol solution is obtained.
Salvin solutions have an astringent and local anti-inflammatory effect. They have moderate antimicrobial activity against gram-positive microflora.
They are applied topically for chronic inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity, catarrhal and ulcerative necrotic gingivitis, stomatitis, with periodontal disease, etc.
Assign in the form of a 0.1 - 0.25% alcohol solution, which is prepared from a 1% alcohol solution by diluting (4-10 times) with distilled water or an isotonic sodium chloride solution. Applied in the form of lubrications, irrigation, applications, for wetting turundas introduced into the gingival pockets (for 10 minutes), etc. The course of treatment consists of 2 to 10 sessions at intervals of 1 to 2 days.
Release form: 1% alcohol solution in bottles of orange glass of 10 ml.
Storage: at room temperature. Solutions prepared by exterme are not subject to storage.