Badaja powder instruction manual
Powder Badyaga is a locally irritating agent of natural origin. It is indicated for external use only, improves blood circulation in tissues in the application area, has an anti-inflammatory and mild analgesic effect.
Form of issue and composition
This preparation is a powder of a gray-green color. It is a dried and chopped freshwater sponge. Available in bags of 2.5, 5 and 10 g.
The Badyaga powder consists of a dried and chopped freshwater sponge. It is a skeleton consisting of intertwined threads of a network of silica needles. These loops are connected by an organic substance with a spongin. With local (local) application, the skin becomes irritated with silica needles, due to which the blood reflex increases in the tissues, an anti-inflammatory and easy analgesic effect is realized. Also, this effect contributes to the mechanical cleaning of the pores of the skin, the removal of dead cells of the surface layer (the stratum corneum of the epidermis), the cleansing of the skin from pigment spots, inflammatory elements. Powder Badyaga leads to an increase in the synthesis of a number of biologically active substances that have the ability to enhance the redox-oxidative processes in the skin, which is manifested by its rejuvenation, increased elasticity of connective tissue fibers, reducing the number and severity of wrinkles.
After applying the compound to the skin, the drug is not absorbed inside, it acts only locally in the area of application.
Indications for use
Due to its pharmacological action, Badyaga powder is indicated in such pathological conditions or inclusions of the skin:
- Intradermal hemorrhages (bruises), bruising, for their early resolution.
- The presence in the skin of infiltrates, which were formed due to a long chronic inflammatory process in it of various origins.
- Congestive pigmentation of the skin.
- Seborrhea - increased production of sebum with clogging of gland ducts and frequent attachment of bacterial infection.
An anti-inflammatory and easy analgesic effect makes it possible to testify to the use of Badiag powder in the complex therapy of rheumatoid arthritis (autoimmune inflammatory joint damage), radiculitis (inflammation of the spinal cord roots), osteochondrosis (pathological process in the discs between vertebrae), arthritis (inflammation of joints of various origin) , osteoarthrosis (degenerative-dystrophic processes in the cartilage of the joint), bruises of soft tissues or joints.
Contraindications for use
The use of Badyag powder is excluded if the integrity of the skin is violated in the area of application of the preparation. Also, the use of this agent is not carried out in the presence of allergic reactions or individual intolerance to powder components. Do not apply the drug to the skin in case of acute inflammatory processes in it (dermatitis) caused by infection (bacteria, fungi or viruses), toxins or allergic reaction. In no case is the drug not used for suspected malignant or benign skin tumors, since the irritating effect of the powder can lead to a worsening of the oncological process.
Dosage and route of administration
Powder Badyaga is used only externally. Before use, the powder is diluted with a small amount of boiled water until a mushy mass is obtained. To treat changes on the skin in the form of bruises, infiltrates, pigment spots, the resulting suspension is applied with a swab to the area of application of the preparation. After 20 minutes of exposure (the time during which the suspension dries on the skin), the applied mass is washed off. In the complex therapy of inflammatory processes of the musculoskeletal system, the applied mass is left on the skin during the day.
The use of Badyaga powder can lead to the development of negative reactions in the field of its application, which manifest allergic reactions (rash, itching of the skin, urticaria ) or significant local irritation (marked reddening and burning of the skin).
Powder Badyag not for internal use. Before using it, you should carefully read the instructions. There are several specific indications regarding its application:
- Bodyfish powder can be used during pregnancy and during breastfeeding, as it is not absorbed into the systemic bloodstream and does not adversely affect the growing fetus or the infant.
- The drug does not interact with other drugs for internal use.
- In case of using Badyaga powder together with other preparations for external use, they should not be applied at the same time.
- Do not allow the drug to enter the mucous membranes or open skin wounds. In case of contact with eyes, they must be rinsed with plenty of running water.
In the pharmacy chain, Badyaga powder is dispensed without a doctor's prescription. In case of doubt or questions regarding its use, it is necessary to consult a physician.
Cases of drug overdose are not described. With a significant application of the suspension on the skin and with prolonged exposure, it is possible to develop local irritation in the form of redness (hyperemia) and the appearance of burning sensation. In this case, the product must be washed off with a large amount of running water.
There is an analogue of the preparation, which is available in the form of a ready-made suspension for application to the skin - a suspension of Badyag.
Terms and conditions of storage
The shelf life of the unopened powder of Badyaga is 3 years from the date of manufacture. After the preparation of the suspension, the drug should be applied to the skin for half an hour. Storage is carried out in a dark place inaccessible to children with an air temperature not exceeding + 25 ° C.
Badyaga powder for the preparation of suspension for external use, 10 years - from 58 rubles.