Provides local irritating, distracting (analgesic) and antiseptic (disinfecting) effects. The distracting effect is associated with the ability of turpentine (as well as other essential oils) to penetrate the epidermis (surface layer of the skin) and cause reflex changes in the body as a result of irritation of the skin receptors. A certain role is also played by the release of biologically active substances from the skin, in particular, histamine.
Oleum Terebinthinae rectificatum
Bottle 40 ml.
local irritating, distracting (analgesic) and antiseptic.
neuralgia, myositis, lumbar ischalgia, rheumatism.
Lesions of the parenchyma (structural and functional elements) of the liver and kidneys.
is an essential oil obtained by distillation of gum from common pine.
A clear, colorless, mobile liquid with a characteristic odor and a burning taste.
Insoluble in water, soluble in 12 parts of alcohol. Miscible in all ratios with ether, chloroform, benzene.
Dosage and administration of
externally for rubbing in the form of ointments and liniment, sometimes for inhalation with putrefactive bronchitis and other lung diseases.
allergic reactions possible.
In a cool, dark place.
Use the expiration date
no later than the date indicated on the package.
Prescription conditions from
pharmacies Without prescription
as described delighted a+++++