Description of the medicine: Sea buckthorn oil (Oleum ex fructibus et foliis Hippopheae)
Sea buckthorn oil (Oleum ex fructibus et foliis Hippopheae).
Obtained from the fruits and leaves of sea buckthorn (Nippopha rhamnoides L.) - a shrub of this. suckers (Elaagnaceae).
Contains a mixture of carotene and carotenoids, tocopherols; chlorophyll substances and glycerides, oleic, linoleic, palmitic, stearic acids.
An oily, orange-red liquid with a characteristic odor and taste. The acid number is not more than 14.5.
Apply externally and inward. Outwardly used in the treatment of radiation injuries of the skin and mucous membranes, with colpitis, endocervicitis, cervical erosion.
In the treatment of colpitis and endocervicitis, the walls of the vagina and uterus are lubricated (after preliminary cleaning) with sea buckthorn oil using cotton balls. With erosion of the cervix, cotton swabs are used, abundantly moistened with oil (5 - 10 ml per swab). Tampons are firmly pressed to the erosion surface. Swabs are changed daily.
The course of treatment for colpitis 10 to 15 procedures; with endocervicitis and cervical erosion 8 - 12 procedures. If necessary, the treatment is repeated after 4 to 6 weeks.
Inside prescribed for complex therapy of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. Judging by the available data, sea buckthorn oil improves the protection of the gastric mucosa, accelerates the healing of a peptic ulcer.
When skin lesions are used in the form of oil dressings. Pre-clean the affected area from necrotic tissue, then apply sea buckthorn oil and apply a gauze-cotton dressing, which is changed every other day until the appearance of granulations.
With peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, take 1 teaspoon 2 to 3 times a day.
For internal use, sea buckthorn oil is contraindicated in inflammatory processes in the gall bladder, liver, pancreas, and gallstone disease.
Also used for inhalation in chronic inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract.
Release form: in bottles of orange glass on 20.50 and 100 ml.
Rectal suppositories with sea buckthorn oil (Suppositoria rectalis cum oleum Hippophea 0.5) for use in proctology have also been developed.
Storage: in a cool, dark place at a temperature of no higher than + 10 'C.