Medication Description: Anise Fruit (Fructus Anisi vulgaris)
ANISA FRUITS (Fructus Anisi vulgaris).
The mature fruits of a cultivated annual herb of the common anise (Аnisum vulgarе Gаrth., Рimpinella аnisum L.), herewith. herring reyatyh (Araseaee).
They contain essential oil (anethole) - at least 1, 5%, fatty oils and other substances.
Assign as an expectorant and laxatives. Included in the laxative tea and ammonia-anise drops.
The fruits of anise 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 (Оleum Аnisi). Contains about 80% anethole, anisal dehyd, anisic acid and other substances. A colorless or slightly yellowish liquid (at a temperature below 4-15 'C is a white crystalline mass) with a characteristic smell of anise and a sweetish taste.
Apply as an expectorant (2 to 3 drops per reception); often added to expectorant mixtures (see. Drops of ammonia-anisic).
R p.: Inf. fructuum Аnisi 15, 0: 200 ml
DS 1 tablespoon 3 times a day
R p .: Ol. Аnisi 15, 0
DS 2 to 3 drops at the reception
Drops of ammonia (Liquor ammonii anisatus). Ingredients: 2, 81 g of anise oil, 15 ml of ammonia solution, up to 100 ml of 90% alcohol. Transparent colorless or slightly yellowish liquid with a strong anisic and ammonia odor.
Is taken orally as an expectorant, especially for bronchitis. Doses: for adults 10 - 15 drops, for children up to 1 year old - 1 - 2 drops, 2 years - 2 drops, 3 - 4 years - 3 - 4 drops, 5 - 6 years - 5 - 6 drops, 7 - 9 years - 7 - 9 drops, 10-14 years old - 10-12 drops.
R p.: Liq. ammonii annisati 15 ml