Oak bark is a vegetable raw material with tanning, astringent, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects used in the dental and otolaryngological practice as a local remedy.
Release form and composition
Oak bark enters the pharmacy network in a crushed form, packaged in cardboard boxes of 50 and 75 g
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Oak bark is used for inflammatory diseases of the mucous membranes of the pharynx, pharynx, oral cavity, namely pharyngitis, tonsillitis, gingivitis, stomatitis, as well as to reduce bad breath, infected wounds, frostbite, burns, calluses, bedsores, hemorrhoids, hyperhidrosis stop.
According to the instructions, Oak bark does not apply in the presence of hypersensitivity to this herbal remedy.
Dosing and Administration
Oak bark is intended for outdoor and local use.
Outwardly Oak bark is used in the form of a decoction for washing wounds, rinses, sitz baths, lotions, foot baths.
To prepare the broth, 2 tablespoons of vegetable raw materials are poured into enameled dishes and poured with a glass of boiled hot water. The dishes are covered with a lid and put in a water bath for half an hour. Next, filter the broth, squeezing out the remaining raw materials, and bring its volume to 200 ml with boiled water.
Before using the decoction, it should be shaken.
With the use of Oak bark, adverse reactions may develop predominantly allergic in nature. In some cases, with prolonged use of decoction for rinsing the mouth may change the taste and smell impairment.
When using Oak bark, it should be borne in mind that:
- It is possible to use the drug during pregnancy and breastfeeding, but after consulting a doctor and assessing the ratio of benefits to the mother and the risk to the child;
- The drug can also be used inside (for diarrhea, gastritis, dysentery, peptic ulcer, bleeding from the digestive tract, hemorrhoids, poisoning with salts of copper, mushrooms (with diarrhea - 2-3 times a day, 100 ml, in other cases 3-4 times per day, 15–30 ml).
The drug has no structural analogues.
Terms and conditions of storage
Phytopreparation stored in a dark and dry place no more than five years.
Cooked broth can be stored in a cool place for no more than two days.