balm "Gold Star", previously available only on the shelves in the form of ointments, now sold in the form of a pencil for inhalation, nasal drops, patches, sprays, and syrup.Regardless of the form of release, the balsam includes: crystal menthol, camphor, peppermint, clove, eucalyptus, cinnamon oil and petrolatum and other auxiliary components.The tool is intended for the treatment of rhinitis, insect bites, muscle pain, neuralgia, sciatica, as well as relieve symptoms of colds and flu.
balm "Gold Star" has a local irritating effect.It has a warming, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect, stimulates the nerve endings and increases blood circulation in areas of application.However, it must be used very carefully to avoid contact with mucous membranes and open wounds.
Pencil for inhalation should be used for nasal congestion or rhinitis, accompanied by copious.To ease the breath to do 1-2 breaths each nostril.Do inhalations can be up to 10-15 times a day.With increasing swelling, excessive tearing, sneezing, or the appearance of a different kind of negative reaction, it is better to stop using pencil and treat a runny nose ointment or liquid balm.
balm "asterisk", intended for external use, a small amount rubbed into the skin: with a cold - in the area of the nose, sinuses, and under the nostrils;headache - in the neck and temples;at bronchopulmonary diseases - in the area of the back and chest, without affecting the area of the heart;when nevraglii - in places where concentrated pain.Insect bites should be smeared with extreme caution - a thin layer, preferably without touching the epicenter.If balm "Golden Star" is used for the treatment, apply it on the skin should be up to five times a day.As a preventive measure would be enough double application.
If you use the balm "Gold Star" may be an allergic reaction.In this case, the place of application tools should be washed with plenty of warm, soapy water.Children under two years and pregnant and lactating women "star" is not recommended.It is not necessary to apply balm and the presence of hypersensitivity to one or more components of the agent.