Description of the medicine: Anise fruits (Fructus Anisi vulgaris)
FRUIT OF ANIS (Fructus Anisi vulgaris).
The ripe fruits of the cultivated annual herbaceous plant of anise ordinary (Anisum vulgar Gaerth., Rimpinella anisum L.), fam. Selde Rein (Ariasee).
They contain essential oil (anethole) - at least 1, 5%, fatty oils and other substances.
Assign as an expectorant and laxative. Included in laxative tea and ammonia anise drops.
Anise fruits are used as an infusion: 1 teaspoon of the fruit is brewed like tea in a glass of boiling water, infused for 20 minutes and filtered.
Take 1/4 cup 3-4 times a day 30 minutes before meals.
Anise oil (Oleum Anisi). It contains about 80% anethole, anisal dehydrate, anisic acid and other substances. A colorless or slightly yellowish liquid (at a temperature below 4-15 ° C, a white crystalline mass) with a characteristic smell of anise fruits and a sweetish taste.
Apply as an expectorant (2 to 3 drops per reception); often added to expectorant medicines (see ammonia-anise drops).
Rp .: Inf. fructuum Anisi 15, 0: 200 ml
DS 1 tablespoon 3 times a day
Rp .: Ol. Anisi 15, 0
DS 2 to 3 drops per dose
Ammonium Anise Drops (Liquor Ammonii anisatus). Composition: 2, 81 g of aniseed oil, 15 ml of ammonia solution, up to 100 ml of 90% alcohol. A clear, colorless or slightly yellowish liquid with a strong anise and ammonia odor.
It is taken orally as an expectorant, especially for bronchitis. Doses: adults 10-15 drops, children under 1 year old - 1 - 2 drops, 2 years old - 2 drops, 3 - 4 years old - 3-4 drops, 5-6 years old - 5-6 drops, 7-9 years old - 7 - 9 drops, 10-14 years - 10-12 drops.
Rp: Liq. Ammonii anisati 15 ml