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Product name: BALM "Golden Star" (BALM "GOLDEN STAR")

Active substance: comb.
drug
Type: A drug with a locally irritating effect, used to alleviate nasal breathing in ARI

Manufacturer: DANAPHA PHARMACEUTICAL (Vietnam)
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PHARMACHOLOGIC EFFECT
Combination drug, which includes: Carnations flower oil, camphor, Chinese Chinese butter cake, Peppermint leaves oil, Eucalyptus leaf-shaped oil leaf, racemetol.

Has a local irritating, distracting and antiseptic effect.

INDICATIONS
For a pencil for inhalation:

- rhinitis (as part of combination therapy).

For balsam - symptomatic treatment in combination therapy:

- influenza;

- colds;

- headache;

- rhinitis;

- Insect bites.

DOSING MODE
For a pencil for inhalation: inhalation, in each nasal passage 10-15 times / day, 1-2 inhalations per 1 inhalation.

For balm: externally, apply a thin layer and lightly rub.
With a headache - on the field of the temple or the back of the head, with flu and colds - on the chest and back, with rhinitis - on the wings of the nose, with insect bites - in place of the bite.
SIDE EFFECT
Allergic reactions.

CONTRAINDICATIONS
For a pencil for inhalation:

hypersensitivity;

- Children's age (up to 2 years).

For balsam:

hypersensitivity;

- Skin diseases or violation of the integrity of the skin at the site of the intended application of the drug.

APPLICATION FOR CHILDREN
A pencil for inhalation is not allowed in children under 2 years of age.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
When allergic reactions occur with the use of balm, the drug must be discarded and the rests washed off with warm water.

Avoid contact with the mucous membranes of the eyes and nose.

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