Coal activated (carbo activatus)


COAL AKTIVIROVANNY (Carbo activatus).
     Black powder without the smell and taste. Almost nerastvorim in conventional solvents.
     Coal animal or vegetable origin, and with specially treated in this high surface activity, capable absorbs gases, alkaloids, toxins, etc.
     Apply for dyspepsia, flatulence, food poisoning, poison alkaloids, salts of heavy metals, etc.
     Assign inside with poison on 20 - 30 g per reception in the form of mist in the water; Activated carbon suspended in the water also produce Washing stomach. With high acidity and flatulence appointed interior on January 2 g (in the water) 3 - 4 times a day. When applied to poison mixture of the following: two of activated carbon, tannin and magnesium oxide and 1 part; Designate a mist of pepper 2 tablespoons of the mixture in a glass of warm water.
     Using coal activated (and variety) can Constipation or diarrhoea, impoverishment of the body vitamins, hormones, fats, proteins.
     Counter activated with the application of coal began defeat gastrointestinal tract, liver krovotecheniyah.
     In connection with the adsorption properties of activated carbon can reduce the effectiveness of both drugs.
     Calais after receiving coal activated turns black.
     Coal activated store in a dry place separate from substances emitting into the atmosphere gases or vapours.
     Tablets coal activated (T abuletta e S arbonis with a tivati).
     Synonyms: Karbolen, Sa rbolenum.
     Tablets containing at 0.5 or 0.25 grams of activated charcoal. For more convenient to use than the activated carbon in powder; Enjoy, but a lesser weight activity, as well as contain fillers (starch, gelatin, sugar syrup, etc.) that reduce adsorbiruyuschuyu surface. Is mainly curing dyspepsia and 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 3 tablets twice a day.
     Form release: tablets in a package of 10 pieces.

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