Release form and composition of Aflubin Oral Drops
Aflubin Oral Drops are homeopathic drops in the form of a clear, colorless to colorless with a slightly yellowish hue of liquid without a specific odor.
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Excipients: ethanol 43% (by weight) – 59 ml.
Aflubin Oral Drops is a complex homeopathic preparation. Has anti-inflammatory, immunomodulating, antipyretic, detoxifying action. Has antiviral activity. Promotes increased activity of nonspecific factors of local immunity. Reduces the intensity and duration of intoxication and catarrhal syndromes, normalizes the functions of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract.
The combined action of Aflubin’s Oral Drops components is responsible for its effect, making it impossible to conduct kinetic observations or trace all components using markers or bioassays. Similarly, the detection of drug metabolites is not feasible for the same reason.
– treatment and prevention (planned and emergency) of influenza, parainfluenza and other acute respiratory diseases with the aim of alleviating the symptoms (as part of complex therapy);
– treatment of inflammatory and rheumatic diseases, accompanied by joint pain syndrome.
Contraindications of Aflubin Oral Drops
– Hypersensitivity to the components of the drug.
Dosage of Aflubin Oral Drops
Adults and teenagers – 10 drops, children 1-12 years old – 5 drops, children under 1 year old – 1 drop.
In the early stages of the illness or in cases requiring rapid symptom relief
For the early stages of the illness or situations requiring rapid symptom relief, it is advisable to adhere to the following dosage regimen:
- Take the medication every half hour to an hour.
- Administer 8-10 drops per dose.
- Continue this frequency until there is an improvement in the condition.
- It is important not to exceed 8 doses.
After the initial phase
After the initial phase, when the condition starts to improve, the frequency of administration should be adjusted as follows:
- Reduce the frequency to 3 times a day
To prevent influenza as part of a routine regimen, especially at the beginning of the cold season or one month prior to the expected peak incidence, the recommended intake is twice a day for a period of 3 weeks.
For emergency prevention of influenza and acute respiratory infections after direct contact with an infected individual or exposure to severe cold, take the medication twice a day for 2 days.
In the treatment of inflammatory and rheumatic diseases involving joint pain, the recommended frequency of intake is 3-8 times a day during the initial phase of treatment (1-2 days), followed by 3 times a day for a duration of 1 month.
Take the drug 30 minutes before or 1 hour after a meal. The drops can be taken either in pure form or diluted in 1 tablespoon of water. For children under 1 year old, dilute the drops in 1 teaspoon of water or breast milk.
It is advisable to hold the drug in the mouth for some time before swallowing.
During the early stages of the illness or situations where rapid symptom relief is necessary, individuals can take the drug every half hour to an hour, with a dosage of 8-10 drops per dose, until there is an improvement in the condition. However, it is important not to exceed 8 doses. Following this, the frequency should be reduced to 3 times a day.
Rarely: increased salivation.
The patient should be informed that if other side effects occur, you should consult a doctor.
Cases of overdose have not been registered to date.
Clinically significant interaction of Aflubin with other drugs has not been established.
Since the drug Aflubin in the form of drops of homeopathic contains plant natural components, during storage, there may be a slight cloudiness of the solution or a weakening of the odor and taste, which does not lead to a decrease in the effectiveness of the preparation.
Pregnancy and lactemia
A healthcare professional will determine the use of Aflubin during pregnancy and lactation (breastfeeding) on an individual basis.
Application in childhood
The dosing regimen provides guidelines for the use of the drug in children.
Conditions of leave from pharmacies
The drug is approved for use as a means of OTC.
Terms and conditions of storage
Store the sublingual tablets of the drug at a temperature not exceeding 25 °C in a location inaccessible to children. The shelf life is 3 years, and it should not be used after the expiration date indicated on the package.
For the homeopathic drops of the drug, store them at a temperature not exceeding 25 °C in a place shielded from light and strong electromagnetic fields, and keep them out of reach of children. The shelf life is 5 years, and it should not be used after the expiration date printed on the package.