oil for internal and external use
bottle 30 g
bowel cleansing before diagnostic procedures
weakness of the birth force (as part of complex therapy)
burns, wounds, skin ulcers, hair growth hyperkeratosis
acute inflammatory bowel disease (including appendicitis)
abdominal pain of unknown origin
intestinal and uterine bleeding
acute and chronic glomerulonephritis
poisoning fat-soluble toxins (including including gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, male fern extract)
child age (up to 12 years )
Use during pregnancy and lactation
The use of castor oil is contraindicated during pregnancy due to the possibility of its early termination. Application in the III trimester of pregnancy is possible only for health reasons. If necessary, use during lactation should stop breastfeeding for the entire duration of treatment.
Use in pediatrics. The use of castor oil in children under 12 years of age is not recommended due to the high sensitivity of the intestines of children to irritating substances and the risk of dehydration.
100% castor oil.
Dosage and administration of
As a laxative, adults are prescribed 15-30 g once a day. When cleansing the intestines before diagnostic procedures, it is taken 2-6 hours before the study. Children aged 12 to 14 years are prescribed 5-15 g once a day.
With weak labor forces to stimulate labor, castor oil is prescribed at 40-50 g once against the background of the use of agents that stimulate uterine contractility.
In dermatological practice, to soften the skin and remove scales from the foci of excessive keratinization, they are prescribed topically in the form of ethanol talkers with a ratio of 1: 10 with the addition of 2% salicylic acid (10 g of castor oil, 2 g of salicylic acid, ethyl alcohol up to 100 ml) . The chatterbox is rubbed into the lesion 1 time per day for 4 to 7 days, after which the focus is mechanically cleaned and treatment continues.
In the treatment of burns, skin wounds are prescribed topically in the form of talkers and emulsions in distilled water 1 to 2 times a day under a bandage.
To enhance hair growth, prepare a solution consisting of 10 g of castor oil and 100 ml of 96% ethyl alcohol, which is rubbed into the scalp.
abdominal pain, nausea
indigestion, enterocolitis with repeated use of
hypovitaminosis A and D with repeated use of
rush of blood to the pelvic organs
addiction with repeated use.
At the same time, it reduces the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins A, D and K. In doses up to 4 g / day increases the absorption of fat-soluble drugs – extract of male fern, mebendazole, griseofulvin, probucol.
When used with saline laxatives, a dramatic increase in laxative effect is possible.
M-cholin-blocking agents (atropine sulfate, platifylline, pyrenzepine), antispasmodics (papaverine, drotaverine) attenuate the effect of castor oil.
Anticholinesterase agents (neostigmine, pyridostigmine, rivastigmine) and glycerol enhance the laxative effect of castor oil.
Increases the effect of agents that stimulate the contractile activity of myometrium (methyl ergometrine, ergometrine, oxytocin, prostaglandins) up to the risk of uterine rupture in labor.
Increases percutaneous drug absorption when topically applied, applied together with it on the skin.
Develops when receiving castor oil at a dose of more than 7 g / kg body weight. Characteristic is the appearance of diarrhea, abdominal cramps, impaired kidney function, dizziness, hallucinations, loss of consciousness.
Atropine sulfate and loperamide are specific antidotes. Assistance measures include drug withdrawal, recovery of fluid and electrolyte losses (preferably combined oral and intravenous administration), supportive and symptomatic therapy aimed at eliminating emergent disorders. With the development of neurotoxic effects, diazepam is administered 5 to 10 mg intravenously.
In the dark place at a temperature of no higher than 25 ° C. Keep out of the reach of children.
Dosage Form A dosage form for oral
Tula Pharmaceutical Factory, Russia