Alora is a preparation created on the basis of extracts of calendula and chamomile, aloe, menthol, castor and eucalyptus oils. It is used as a local anti-inflammatory and analgesic for plexitis, arthritis, myalgia, radiculitis, and tendovaginitis. Also, Alorom is effective for the prevention of bedsores in surgical and neurological practice.
Clinical studies have shown that the drug promotes tissue repair, improves trophic processes, strengthens the capillaries, accelerates the resorption of hematomas, relieves temperature and pain, and eliminates inflammation.
Alora can be used for a long time, as it does not exhibit toxic properties, does not cause allergies and does not irritate the skin.
Release form and composition
Alora is available in the form of liniment. It includes:
- Juice Aloe;
- Chamomile liquid extract;
- Calendula liquid extract;
- Castor oil and emulsifier;
- Eucalyptus oil;
Indications for use Alorom
According to the instructions for Alorom, he is prescribed for the treatment of:
- Closed injuries of the musculoskeletal system;
- Soft tissue injuries;
- Acute and chronic inflammation of muscles, ligaments, peripheral nerve endings.
Alorom has no serious contraindications, as it consists of natural components, but it is not recommended to use it in case of hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of the drug.
Dosing and Administration Alorom
Liniment with Alor is applied on the skin with a thin layer 2-3 times a day. It is well absorbed and leaves no residue. When applying it is recommended to gently massage the affected areas. The course of treatment can be from 5 to 15 days. Alor should not be applied to open wounds.
Side effects of Alorom
When using this liniment may cause allergic reactions.
Common analogues of Alorom are drugs Apizartron and Bishofit.
Terms and conditions of storage
The drug should be stored in a cool and dry place out of reach of children. Shelf life - 2 years.