Valerianache instructions for use
- Valerianache instructions for use
- Form of formulation and composition of the preparation
- Pharmacological properties of the preparation
- Indications for use
- Dosing and Administration
- Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation
- Side effects
- special instructions
- Interaction of the drug with other drugs
- Storage and dispensing conditions
- Valerianache price
The drug Valerianahel is a complex agent of plant origin, which has a pronounced calming effect on the central nervous system. This remedy belongs to the group of homeopathic medicines.
Form of formulation and composition of the preparation
The drug Valerianahle is available in the form of drops for oral administration. Drops are a homogeneous liquid of a dark brown color with a reddish hue, with a pronounced smell of valerian. Drops in bottles of dark glass with a volume of 30 ml. When stored on the bottom of the vial flocs or sediment can accumulate, which is the norm. Before using the inside of the bottle you just need to shake well.
The composition of the drug includes the following components:
- Valerian Extract;
- Chamomile officinalis;
- Humulus lupulus;
- Melissa extract;
- Avena sativa;
- Acidum picrinicum;
- Kalium bromatum;
- Ammonium bromatum;
- Natrium brom;
- Ethanol as an auxiliary component.
Pharmacological properties of the preparation
When taking drops inside active active substances are rapidly absorbed into the common bloodstream. The natural components included in the preparation favorably influence the central nervous system. Patients who used this medication noted that the feeling of anxiety, fear, disappeared against the background of therapy, and a sleep was getting better.
Homeopathic medications affect the body gently, so the patients do not experience addiction and oppression of the central nervous system on the background of therapy.
Indications for use
This drug is prescribed to patients for treatment and prevention of the following conditions:
- Treatment of neuroses and increased nervous excitability;
- Sleep disturbances;
- Constant stress and experience;
- An inexplicable feeling of fear;
- Vegetosovascular dystonia with attacks of panic attacks;
- As part of complex therapy for dental or ear pain.
Valerianachel drops are not prescribed to patients with individual intolerance to the constituents of the drug, as well as with liver failure or severe impairment of liver function. This medication is not prescribed for treatment of children under 3 years of age.
Dosing and Administration
According to the instructions, the drug is prescribed inside before meals or after eating 15-20 drops. If necessary, the drops can be diluted with a small amount of water. A day is recommended to take the drug no more than 3 times.
In pediatric practice, this drug is prescribed to patients with this dosage: children from 3 to 6 years - 5 drops 2-3 times a day, children from 6 to 12 years, 10 drops 2-3 times a day, depending on the indications and severity Neurasthenia.
During the acute phase of the disease it is permissible to take Valerianachel drops every 15 minutes for 2 hours for 10 drops. After 2 hours you can take the drug according to the above scheme. Preparations from the group of homeopathic remedies must be taken for a long time, at least several months. In some cases, this medication is taken up to six months, after which it is necessary to take a break.
Use of the drug during pregnancy and lactation
Despite the fact that the composition of the drug includes only plant components, this drug is not recommended for women during pregnancy because of the ethanol contained in the drops.
Ethanol can penetrate the placenta to the fetus, causing a delay in fetal development or severe damage to the child's liver. If you need to use the drug Valerianahel during pregnancy, women as an alternative, you can prescribe this drug in the form of tablets.
Drops Valerianachel during breastfeeding women are not appointed because of the likelihood of penetration of ethanol through breast milk into the baby's body. With prolonged use of the drug, ethanol accumulates in the child's liver, causing severe damage and intoxication of the body.
In most cases, the drug is well tolerated by patients, but with prolonged uncontrolled use or individual hypersensitivity to constituents of drops, the following side effects may develop:
- Rash on the skin;
- Hives ;
- Itching and flushing of the skin in rare cases.
There have been no cases of drug overdose in medicine.
During the treatment with Valerianachel, you should not drink alcoholic beverages, as this can lead to severe liver damage.
As a rule, the action of the drug does not inhibit the work of the central nervous system, but when taking drops in large quantities because of the ethanol entering into the composition, there may be some slowing down of the reaction rate, which should be taken into account for patients who drive a car or drive complex mechanisms.
The drug Valerianachel in the form of drops with extreme caution should be prescribed to patients with impaired liver or kidney function. Patients with severe hepatic insufficiency, this drug, if necessary, is administered in the form of tablets.
Interaction of the drug with other drugs
With the simultaneous use of the homeopathic remedy, Valerianachel in parallel with sedatives, afobazol, valocardin, dimedrol may inhibit the central nervous system, the development of inhibition in the patient, drowsiness, lethargy and apathy to what is happening.
Storage and dispensing conditions
The homeopathic remedy Valerianachel is dispensed in pharmacies without a doctor's prescription. Keep the drug in a place protected from children, avoiding direct sunlight on the bottle, at a temperature of not more than 25 degrees. It is recommended to shake the bottle well before each use.
Shelf life of the drug is 3 years from the date of manufacture indicated on the package. After this period, the drops should not be ingested.
The average cost of Valerianachel in the form of drops in pharmacies in Moscow is 490-620 rubles.