Aloe Juice 50ml
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Aloe Juice instruction for useReed more and buy Aloe Juice on this pageComposition100 ml of LS consists of 80 ml of succus (unpreserved) of aloe vera leaves and 20 ml of 95% ethanol (ethyl alcohol).Form of issueThe medicine is ava..
Aloe Juice instruction for use
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100 ml of LS consists of 80 ml of succus (unpreserved) of aloe vera leaves and 20 ml of 95% ethanol (ethyl alcohol).
Form of issue
The medicine is available in the form of an alcohol solution, 50 ml or 100 ml in a pack.
Regenerative, adaptogenic, tonic.
Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
Aloes succus is a remedy with the effectiveness inherent in the substances that make up the structure of its plant active ingredient. Due to its bitter taste, as well as vitamin and enzymatic components, it stimulates the appetite and increases the secretory function of the glands of the digestive system.
Free anthraquinones, chrysophanol and emodin, anthroglikozide aloein and resinous components irritate chemoreceptor complexes of the colon, thereby providing a laxative effect of the drug.
Emodin, by means of suppressing the productivity of arylamine N-acetyltransferase and depending on the dose taken, inhibits the growth of Helicobacter bacteria (Helicobacter) pylori. There is evidence of "enveloping" the action of emodin against viruses, as a result of which their inactivation occurs. There is also a direct virucidal effect on viruses that cause herpes zoster and varicella (Varicella zoster), herpes simplex type 1 and type 2 (Herpes simplex), and influenza viruses.
The alcohol solution of the preparation has a bactericidal effect on the microflora of the pathogens of mycobacteria tuberculosis, diphtheria, intestinal infections and whooping cough. It improves the metabolism of cells, regeneration and tissue trophism, increases the nonspecific general resistance of the human body and the resistance of mucous membranes to damaging agents, accelerates regeneration processes, replenishes energy reserves in spermatozoa and increases their activity.
In addition, treatment with succus, due to the combination of microelements of zinc, copper, selenium and polysaccharides in it, is characterized by immunomodulating effects.
Indications for use
Sold as a medicine, Aloes juice in a pharmacy (an official drug) is indicated for use when:
enterocolitis (in complex treatment);
gastritis of chronic course;
chronic constipation of spastic and atonic character;
suppurative skin diseases (externally).
In folk medicine, this remedy is used for:
erosions of the cervix;
ulcers, burns, fistulas, wounds, etc.
The official drug is contraindicated for use when:
personal sensitivity to the ingredients of drugs;
pathologies of the cardiovascular system in severe forms;
acute gastrointestinal diseases of inflammatory etiology;
severe kidney / liver pathologies;
under the age of 18 years.
These contraindications, when administered orally, are also relevant in folk medicine.
In case of internal administration of the drug, we observed:
increased uterine tone (during pregnancy);
tides to the pelvic organs;
increased menstrual bleeding.
Aloes juice, instructions for use
Produced by the company "VIFITECH", the drug is administered orally half an hour before meals, 5 ml (1 h / l) at a frequency of 2-3 times per 24 hours, for 15-30 days.
For outdoor use, in the form of irrigation or lotions, shows the use of sufficient amount to cover wounds, for 15-30 days.
If it is not possible to buy the drug at the pharmacy, there is nothing else than how to make Aloes succus at home, especially since the experience of growing this plant and its further application in folk medicine is abundant.
It is worth noting that in nature there are more than 300 species of this plant, but the most popular are Aloe Arborescent and Aloe Vera, which are grown by many people at home and later used as a remedy.
The succus itself is extracted from the middle and lower leaves of the plant, reaching a length of 15 cm, by grinding the leaves in a mortar or grinding with a grater, succusr, meat grinder. The composition thus obtained should be filtered using a cheesecloth or bandage folded in four.
Traditional medicine practices the application of the Aloe vera succus and Aloe Vera succus for skin of the face and body, hair, organs of the digestive tract, eyes, throat, nose and much more. Below are the most popular folk recipes based on this plant.
Aloes succus for the face is recommended to use to apply masks, to prevent wrinkles and aging skin, for which 5 ml of vegetable oil and Aloes succus are added to the mulled egg yolk. The prepared mask is applied to the face and held for 20-30 minutes.
Aloes succus for hair is used to strengthen their roots, get rid of dandruff, restore the structure, as well as when they fall out. It is recommended 2-3 hours before washing the hair, just rub the succus into the scalp or use a compress for 60 minutes.
Fresh Aloes succus from acne on the face and body (acne) is useful as a course of masks. To do this, it is necessary to impregnate them with a ten-layer gauze napkin and attach to the face for 20-30 minutes. At the beginning of this treatment, masks are done every day, with improvement of the condition - in a day, and in the subsequent - twice a week. On average, 20-25 similar procedures are carried out.
To get rid of the common cold, the aloe vera succus diluted in a third of water is buried in the nose several times in 24 hours, 2-4 drops in each nasal passage.
A mixture of Aloes succus with honey and Cahors in a ratio of 1: 2: 2 for oral administration contributes to the rise of immunity and the treatment of cold catarrhal conditions.
In case of excessive consumption of the drug, the formation or increase of the side effects that have already been observed, which require the use of symptomatic treatment measures, was observed.
With prolonged use, there may be a decrease in the level of potassium in the body, which may cause an increase in the effects of antiarrhythmic drugs and cardiac glycosides.
With the parallel administration of glucocorticoids, diuretics (diuretics) and licorice preparations, the possibility of hypokalemia formation increases.
The drug potentiates the effectiveness of stimulants of hematopoiesis and laxatives.
Terms of sale
You can buy Aloes succus in a pharmacy without a prescription.
Vials with the preparation, like self-prepared mixtures, should be stored at a temperature of up to 15 ° C.
The official preparation is suitable for use for 2 years from the moment of its production.
As an oral medication is not prescribed until 18 years.
The medicine includes ethanol (ethyl alcohol). With the parallel use of alcoholic beverages, toxic effects may increase.
During pregnancy (and lactation)
The use of the drug internally during pregnancy and lactation is prohibited.
Almost all the reviews about Aloes succus, including the manufactured product or self-made funds, are positive. The healing effects of this plant have been known for a long time and are successfully used in both official and traditional medicine in the treatment of many disease states.