Medication Description: Rose Hip Oil (Oleum Rosae)
HIPS OIL (Oleum Rosae).
Rosehip oil (see Rosehips). Contains unsaturated and saturated fatty acids, carotenoids, tocopherols.
Oily brown liquid with a greenish tint, bitter taste and a specific smell.
Applied externally for cracks (shallow) and nipple abrasions in nursing women, bedsores, trophic ulcers of the legs, dermatosis, ozen, in non-specific ulcerative colitis (in enemas).
Externally prescribed for wetting gauze wipes, which impose on the affected skin. When ozen, tampons are moistened and injected into the nasal cavity 2 times a day.
In the treatment of ulcerative colitis, rosehip oil is administered with an enema of 50 ml daily or every other day (15 - 30 enemas).
With dermatosis, along with local treatment, the drug is taken orally on 1 teaspoon 2 times a day.
Product: in bottles of 100 ml.
Storage: in the dark place at a temperature not exceeding +20 'C.