"Vokar": instructions for use, feedback
No one is immune from seasonal colds. To strengthen your immunity and prevent your body from attacking all kinds of infections, we suggest using the drug Vokara. Instructions for the use of this drug will be described in detail in this article. Also, you will find out whether it is possible to give the medicine to children, what properties it has and whether it has contraindications.
Composition, description, shape, packaging of the preparation
The drug "Vokar", the instruction for which is contained in a cardboard package, is available in the form of homeopathic drops. They are made in the form of a transparent solution with a specific smell and a yellowish tinge.
The active components of this remedy are the venom of the snake, the sulukuku, sage, lakonos and belladonna. Also for the preparation of this drug, additional components are used in the form of ethyl alcohol and mercurius solubilis.
Drops of "Vokar" for children and adults are packaged in droppers-bottles of 50, 20 and 100 ml.
Pharmacological properties of homeopathic drops
What is remarkable about the medication "Vokar"?Instruction for use informs that for this remedy is characterized by anti-edematous, anti-inflammatory, restorative and immunomodulating action.
Also the drug under consideration has effects that help to remove toxins from a sick organism, reduce signs of general intoxication with influenza and ARI, etc.
Why is Vokar's medication so popular? Instruction( for children this medicine is prescribed very often) states that it exhibits antispasmodic, analgesic and indirect antipyretic effects. In addition, droplets improve the microcirculation flow in damaged tissues, greatly accelerating the recovery of the patient and avoiding the development of complications.
The use of a homeopathic remedy in the treatment of upper respiratory tract diseases helps to cough, reduce laryngospasm and facilitate breathing. Also, the medicine accelerates the healing, repair and cleansing of the mucous membranes.
Kinetic properties of
What is the kinetics of the drug "Vokar"?The instruction for children and adults indicates that the therapeutic effectiveness of this medication is due to the combination of properties of those substances that are included in the composition of the drops. In this regard, the identification of kinetic indicators of the drug is not possible.
It should also be noted that the ingredients of this preparation can not be traced through biological studies and markers. For the same reason, it is impossible to detect metabolites of the agent in question.
Indications for use
What diseases require the use of the drug "Vokar"?Drops( instructions for children and adults will be presented below) are used only in combination therapy with:
- chronic tonsillitis;
Contraindications to the administration of homeopathic drops
What are the conditions forbidden to use the medication "Vokara"( drops)?The instruction for children and adults informs that this remedy is not recommended for hypersensitivity to its ingredients.
Care should also be taken when treating patients during pregnancy and during breastfeeding.
Vokar preparation: instruction for the use of
This drug is not recommended for use without doctor's prescription, especially for children. If you do not have the opportunity to contact an experienced doctor, carefully read the instructions before taking drops. In it you can find information on how to use the drug and in what dosage.
As a rule, homeopathic drops of "Vokar" are taken inside before meals( for 35-60 minutes) or after a meal.
Before swallowing the medication, it is recommended to hold it in your mouth a little. It should be noted that it is possible to take such a solution not only in pure, but also in diluted form( for example, with ordinary water).
So, what dosage is prescribed for the drug "Vokar"?Instructions for use for children and adults contain the information that this medication should be taken to people of 12 years in a daily dosage equal to 10 drops. The said amount of the drug is desirably divided into three steps.
The duration of the homeopathic remedy is 2-4 weeks. If required, the therapy can be repeated. However, it is desirable to do this after one month.
If a patient needs to ease symptoms of an infectious disease in a short time, doctors recommend taking the drug every 35-60 minutes. To carry out such treatment procedures is desirable until the patient's condition noticeably improves. But it should be borne in mind that the number of daily medication should not exceed eight times.
Side effects of
Usually the homeopathic drops of "Vokar" are well tolerated by all groups of patients. However, in rare cases, they may show increased salivation. Also, some people develop allergic reactions.
If other side effects occur( not described above), the patient should consult a doctor right away.
Very often, medicines containing natural herbal ingredients reduce aroma and taste over time. Also, such drugs may have a slight turbidity and precipitation.
The listed phenomena have no effect on the effectiveness and action of the drug.
Analogues and cost
You can replace the homeopathic drops of "Vokar" with such means as "Doctor MOM", "Bronhicum", "Tonzilgon N", "Septotelet D".
It is rather difficult to buy this drug in Russian pharmacies. As a rule, pharmacists offer its analogue "Tonzilgon N", the cost of which is 290-380 rubles. As for the price of drops "Vokar", then in the pharmacies of Ukraine it can be purchased for 100-160 hryvnia.
reviews. This medication has been prescribed for children from the age of 12.Parents of adolescents report that the drug in question fairly quickly reduces pain in the throat, hoarseness and inflammation.
It should also be noted that some patients leave not only positive but also negative reviews about these drops. They show that treatment with this drug is useless, except when complex therapy is required.
Another disadvantage of the mentioned drug is that it is rather difficult to find in Russian pharmacies. Also, patients complain that such homeopathic drops can not be used by pregnant and lactating women.