Release form and composition
The pharmaceutical company produces the medicine in the form of homeopathic drops and sublingual tablets.
Each Aflubin Tablets tablet contains:
- 37.2 mg of aconite (Aconitum) D6;
- 37.2 mg bryonia dioica (Bryonia) D6;
- 37.2 mg of iron phosphate (Ferrumphosphoricum) D12;
- 37.2 mg of lactic acid (Acidumsarcolacticum) D12;
- 3.6 mg gentian (Gentiana) D1;
- Auxiliary components: potato starch, lactose monohydrate and magnesium stearate.
12 tablets are sold. in blister packs packed in cartons.
Indications for use of Aflubin Tablets
As indicated in the instructions to Aflubin Tablets, the use of this homeopathic remedy is advisable when:
- Prevention (elective and emergency) and symptomatic treatment of influenza, parainfluenza and other acute respiratory diseases;
- The treatment of rheumatic and inflammatory diseases involving articular pain.
Contraindications of Aflubin Tablets
Medical reviews indicate that the use of Aflubin Tablets is contraindicated in only one case – when an individual is hypersensitive to any component of the drug.
Depending on the epidemiological and clinical situation, doctors may prescribe Aflubin Tablets during pregnancy and lactation.
Dosing and Administration
Regardless of the type of disease, the dosage of the drug is the same, only the frequency and duration of use differ.
So, Aflubin Tablets, according to the instructions prescribed in these dosages:
- Infants up to 1 year old – 1 drop or 1/2 tablet;
- Children from one year to 12 years old – 5 drops or 1/2 tablets;
- Adolescents from 12 years and adults – 10 drops or 1 tablet.
During the first two days of influenza and acute respiratory infections, you can take the drug up to 8 times a day. Afterward, it is recommended to reduce the frequency to three times a day. The treatment duration typically ranges from 5 to 10 days.
To prevent influenza regularly, it is advisable to begin using Aflubin at the start of the cold season. Alternatively, you can start approximately one month before the anticipated peak in annual cases. Take the medication at the same dosages as mentioned earlier. However, during regular prevention, limit the intake to twice a day. Continue this regimen for a duration of 3 weeks.
If you experience severe hypothermia or come into contact with an infected individual, take Aflubin as an emergency preventive measure for acute respiratory infections or the flu. The recommended dosage is to take it twice daily for a period of two days.
To treat rheumatic and inflammatory diseases with joint pain, take the drug 3 to 8 times a day during the first two days of treatment, and then three times a day for one month.
In the initial 1-2 days of treatment or when rapid symptom relief is needed, Af-Depth can be taken every 30-60 minutes, with 8-10 drops per dose, but not exceeding 8 doses per day. Once there is an improvement in the condition, switch to taking the drug three times a day.
It is recommended to take Aflubin 30 minutes before meals or 1 hour after meals. When using drops, hold them in the mouth for a while or dilute them in 1 tablespoon of water if necessary. Tablets should be taken sublingually, placing them under the tongue until completely dissolved. For infants under 1 year old, crush half a tablet and dissolve it in 1 teaspoon of breast milk or water.
Side effects of Aflubin Tablets
Based on numerous patient reviews, the vast majority of individuals who took or administered Aflubin to their children generally experienced good tolerance and no side effects, as long as they followed the recommended dosage regimen from the instructions or the doctor.
Although rare, there have been occasional reports of increased salivation, which should not be a reason for discontinuing the medication.
Individuals who exhibit hypersensitivity or have an intolerance to any component of Af-depth may experience allergic reactions. In such instances, it is advisable to consult a doctor who can prescribe an alternative medication with a similar mechanism of action but different active ingredients.
If any adverse reactions occur, it is crucial to seek medical advice to ensure appropriate treatment.
Researchers have not established any clinically significant interaction between this homeopathic remedy and other drugs. However, patients who are prescribed Aflubin should actively inform their doctor if they are undergoing treatment with other medications.
Aflubin contains natural plant-based components. Hence, storing it in drop form may result in slight changes in taste and/or smell, along with a minor clouding of the solution. These changes are considered acceptable since they do not affect the quality or effectiveness of the medication.
Analogs to Aflubin Tablets
Structural analogues of this drug, i.e. with the same active substances, do not release. Based on the similarity of the action mechanisms, we can consider the following drugs as analogues to Aflubin: Ajikold-Plus, Anabar Edas-308, AnviMax, AnGrikaps, Antigrippin-ANVI, Antigrippin-ORVI, Antigrippin-Maximum, Antiorzin, Asinis, Aspirin Complex powder, Viks Active Balz, Graffy powder, Viks Active Balz, Mom, Insty, Influnet, Influcid, Koldakt Bronkho, Kofanol, Linkas Balm, Pentaflucin, Suprima Plus, Terasil-D, Umkalor.
Terms and conditions of storage
Pharmacies approve Aflubin for over-the-counter dispensing.
You can store tablets for 3 years in a dark place at temperatures up to 25 ºC.
Store homeopathic drops for 5 years at temperatures up to 25 ºC in a place protected from strong electromagnetic fields and direct sunlight.