The balm are recommended for cold-related diseases, accompanied by difficult breathing, cough, nasal congestion. Active ingredients of the balm activate body defenses, provide for antiviral, antibacterial effect of the balm, help improving circulation in organs and tissues, making breathing easier, provide light sedative effect.
Camphor, birch extract, turpentine oil, menthol, eucalyptus oil, lavender oil, abies (silver fir) oil, excipients.
Camphor has irritating and analgesic effect.
Menthol dilates blood vessels, provokes cooling sensation, accompanied by light analgesic effect.
In case of respiratory organs diseases birch improves sputum discharge, reduces intensity of inflammatory process, and boosts body defenses.
Turpentine oil provides for local vessels dilatation and irritates nerve endings, what improves blood flow in the area of its application and provides calefactory effect. In addition, turpentine oil has antiseptic, analgesic and detracting effects.
Eucalyptus oil has antiviral and antibacterial properties, provides great expectorative, mucolytic and spasmolytic effects, helps improving circulation in respiratory organs.
Dr. LuKa balm for adults and children since the age of 12 may be used for infriction and steam inhalations. For infriction: rub a small amount of the balm to the area of the back, chest, avoiding heart region. The infricted area is kept warm by covering it with a towel or respective clothes. Repeat the procedure 2-3 times a day. Term of use is up to 5 days. For steam inhalations: add 0.5-1 tablespoon to 0.5-1 l of hot, but not boiling water, drape a towel over Your head and inhale vapors for 5-10 minutes.
Dr. Luka Balm: children under 12, pregnancy, lactation, individual intolerability to certain formulation components, predisposition to broncho- and laryngospasms, skin damages of various etiologies in the area of product application. In case of eye and mucosa contact rinse thoroughly. Do not use for inhalations in case of acute inflammation of the airways and pneumonia. Inhalations by school-age children are to be performed under adult supervision.
40 g jar in a cardboard box