Description of the medicine: Rosehip Oil (Oleum Rosae)
HIP OIL (Oleum Rosae).
Rosehip seed oil (see Rosehips). Contains unsaturated and saturated fatty acids, carotenoids, tocopherols.
A brownish oily liquid with a greenish tint, a bitter taste and a specific smell.
Applied externally for cracks (shallow) and abrasions of the nipples in nursing women, bedsores, trophic ulcers of the lower legs, dermatoses, ozene, with ulcerative colitis (in enemas).
Outwardly prescribed for wetting gauze napkins, which are applied to the affected areas of the skin. With ozen, tampons are moistened and injected into the nasal cavity 2 times a day.
In the treatment of ulcerative colitis, rosehip oil is injected with an enema of 50 ml daily or every other day (15-30 enemas).
With dermatoses, along with local treatment, the drug is taken orally by 1 teaspoon 2 times a day.
Release form: in bottles of 100 ml.
Storage: in a dark place at a temperature of no higher than +20 'C.