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Melisana Klosterfrau has a sedative, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory effect.
The central effect (sedative) occurs when applied with symptoms of nervous system disorders, especially with psycho-vegetative complaints, stress, difficulty falling asleep, while the antispasmodic effect is manifested when used with functional gastrointestinal symptoms. Essential oils of medicinal plants and the terpenes contained in them have a predominantly sedative and antispasmodic effect.
It has been proven that the therapeutic effect of a combination of essential oils and alcohol is superior to the effect of alcohol.
It has an antimicrobial effect in the complex treatment of colds, especially in the early stages.
When applied externally, it has an antimicrobial, antiviral, antifungal (fungicidal) effect, stimulates blood circulation, causes anesthetic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Essential oils containing terpenes and terpenoids are absorbed through the intact skin and mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract and respiratory tract and are excreted mainly through the lungs and kidneys. Terpenes and / or their metabolites may have a therapeutic effect (expectorant effect).
The effect on the autonomic nervous system and the central nervous system, as well as on the cardiovascular system and lungs is mainly based on the absorption of essential oils and ethanol.
For oral administration in adults: psychovegetative nervous disorders, such as: increased nervous irritability, sleep disturbances, difficulty falling asleep, headaches caused by nervous overstrain. Dyspeptic phenomena of nervous origin (flatulence, feeling of heaviness in the stomach, lack of appetite). Prevention and maintenance therapy for colds.
For external use: neuralgic pain, muscle pain (myalgia).
100 ml contains essential oils from: melissa leaves (Fol. Melissae) 536 mg, elecampane rhizomes (Rhiz. Helenii) 714 mg, angelica root (Rad. Angelicae) 714 mg, ginger rhizomes (Rhiz. Zingiberis) 714 mg, carnation flowers ( Flor. Caryophylli) 285 mg, rhizomes of medicinal kalgan (Rhiz. Galangae) 285 mg, black pepper fruits (Fruct. Piperis nigri) 71 mg, gentian roots (Rad. Gentianae) 714 mg, nutmeg seeds (Sem. Myristicae) 71 mg , orange peel (Pericarp Aurantii) 714 mg, cinnamon tree bark (Cort. Cinnamomi) 321 mg, cassia flowers (Flor. Cassiae) 36 mg, cardamom fruit (Fruct. Cardamomi) 10 mg, ethanol 52.7 g (59% mass, 66% by volume)
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Dosage and Administration
Melisan Klosterfrau take inside. With increased nervous excitability: 1-3 teaspoons of elixir (5-15 ml), before meals, previously diluted with a double amount of warm water or tea. If necessary, sweeten with sugar or honey. For sleep disorders: 1-3 tsp, after having been diluted with a double amount of warm water, 15 minutes before bedtime. For headaches: 1–3 ch.lozhki drug, previously diluted with a double amount of warm water. For gastrointestinal disorders of nervous origin (flatulence, feeling of heaviness in the stomach): 1-3 tsp, after diluting with a double amount of warm water. With catarrhal diseases: at the first symptoms - 3 times a day, 1-3 tsp, after having diluted with double the amount of hot water or tea. The course of treatment should be at least 7 days.
Melisan Klosterfrau applied externally. With neuralgia and myalgia. Apply the drug on the painful area and rub until completely dry. For sensitive skin, the drug should be diluted with double the amount of water. It should be used only on intact skin. The duration of treatment is not limited.
When using Melisan Klosterfrau in recommended doses, side effects are very rare. When applied orally at the beginning of treatment can rarely occur: heartburn, indigestion, feeling hot, tired, dizzy, skin allergic reactions (itching). Reactions from the gastrointestinal tract disappear when taking the medicine after a meal. In case of skin allergic reactions, treatment should be discontinued. Frequent external use may lead to dehydration of the skin.
Hypersensitivity to the components of Melisan Klosterfrau, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, liver disease, alcoholism, epilepsy, brain damage, children's age.
The action of benzodiazepines can be enhanced. Simultaneous use of alcohol and phenytoin, tolbutamide, warfarin, or meprobamate may cause a decrease in the half-life of these drugs. Taking high doses of Klosterfrau Melisan along with other medications may affect the pharmacokinetics of these drugs.
Pregnancy and Lactation
Contraindicated in pregnancy. At the time of treatment should stop breastfeeding.
The drug contains 59% alcohol by weight (66% - by volume). When used in recommended doses, ethanol consumption ranges from 2.6 g (1 tsp of the drug) to 5.2 g (2 tsp of the drug). With the appointment of 10 ml (2 tsp) Klosterfrau Melisan, the level of ethanol in the blood does not exceed 0.1. When used orally: due to the high concentration of alcohol in the drug, taking the medicine even when diluted on an empty stomach can cause symptoms such as heartburn, stomach pain, nausea or vomiting. In this case, the medication should be administered after a meal. For external use: Patients with allergic reactions or skin lesions should be tested for sensitivity (on the crook of the arm) before starting treatment. Alcohol dehydrates the skin with frequent use. Contact with the drug should be avoided. In case of contact with eyes, rinse them with water for 10 minutes.
Symptoms: when applied orally - the development of known side effects of alcohol is possible. For external use - prolonged use (compresses with undiluted product) can cause damage to the skin.
- Brand name: Klosterfrau MELISANA
- Active ingredient: Herbal medicine
- Dosage form: Elixir for oral and external use
- Manufacturer: Klosterfrau Berlin GmbH
- Country of Origin: Germany