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Description of the medicine: Eucalyptus leaves (Folia Eucalypti viminalis)

Leaves of Eucalyptus (Folia Eucalypti viminalis).

Collected in late autumn, winter or early spring and dried leaves of the cultivated twig eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus viminalis Labill.), Fam. Myrtovyk (Murtasee).

They contain essential oil (at least 1% in whole leaves and 0.8% in cut leaves).

Essential oil and other substances contained in the leaves (tannins, etc.) have a stimulating effect on the receptors of the mucous membranes, and also have weak local anti-inflammatory and antiseptic activity.

Decoction and infusion of eucalyptus and eucalyptus oil are used as antiseptic agents for rinsing and inhalation in diseases of the upper respiratory tract, as well as for treating fresh and infected wounds, inflammatory diseases of the female genital organs (lotions, washing).

For rinsing and inhalation, the decoction is prepared as follows: 10 g of leaves are poured into a glass of cold water and boiled over low heat for 15 minutes, cooled and filtered; take 1 tablespoon in a glass of water.

Release form: dried leaves of 100 g in paper bags and briquettes.

A briquette of eucalyptus leaf (Briketum foli Eucaluti) is prepared from crushed leaves. The briquette is rectangular in size 120 x 65 x 10 cm, weighing 100 g; divided by grooves into 10 equal segments of 10 g.

To prepare decoctions in the above way, take one slice in a glass of water.

Tincture of eucalyptus (Tinctura Eucalurti). Tincture (1: 5) on 70% alcohol. Transparent greenish-brown liquid with a peculiar smell.

Assign inside as an anti-inflammatory and antiseptic in inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract and for the oral cavity, sometimes as a sedative.

It is taken orally by 15-30 drops; for rinsing - 10 to 15 drops per glass of water. Also used for steam inhalation.

Release form: in bottles of 25 ml.

Storage: in a cool, dark place.

Eucalyptus oil (Oleum Eusalypti) contains at least 60% cineole, pinene and other substances. Easy-moving transparent liquid, colorless or slightly colored yellowish, with a characteristic smell of cineole, odorless turpentine. Density 0.910 - 0.930.

It is used as an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent, for rinsing and inhalation in inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract (15 to 20 drops per glass of water).

Release form: in bottles of 25 ml.

Included in the complex drug for inhalation "Ingalipt" (see).

Rp .: Inf. fol. Europeanlypti 10.0: 200 ml

DS Rinse (1 tablespoon per glass of water)

Rp .: Ol. Europeanlypti 10.0

Мanholi 1, 0.

M.DS For steam inhalation (15 - 20 drops per glass of water)

See also Pectusin tablets, Eucatol drops, Efkamon ointment (see Menthol).

The purified amount of terpenoid phenolaldehydes and triterpenoids obtained from the leaves or shoots of the rod-shaped eclipt, produced under the name: "Eucalymin" (see), is used as a bacteriostatic agent.