Activated charcoal (Carbo activatus)
Coal animal or vegetable origin, specially treated and having a connection with this high surface activity, capable of adsorbing (absorbing) gases, alkaloids (nitrogen-containing organic compounds of natural, bowl of vegetable origin, having physiological activity, and some are used as drugs), toxins (hazardous materials), etc.
Apply for dyspepsia (indigestion), flatulence (gas accumulation in the gut), food poisoning (poisoning), poison alkaloids, salts of heavy metals, etc.
How to use:
Assign inside in case of poisoning by 20-30 g per reception as a suspension in water. Suspension of activated charcoal in water also produce gastric lavage. With high acidity and flatulence designate the interior of 1-2 g (in water) 3-4 times a day. When poisoning is also used a mixture of the following composition: 2 parts charcoal, tannin, and magnesium oxide, 1 part; appoint a suspension of 2 tablespoons of mixture into a glass of warm water.
In the application of activated charcoal (and its variants) are possible constipation or diarrhea, poor body with vitamins, hormones, fats, proteins.
Contraindicated the use of activated charcoal in ulcerative lesions of the gastrointestinal tract, gastric bleeding. In connection with the adsorption properties of activated carbon can reduce the effectiveness of both drugs taken. Cal after taking the angle of the activated turns black.
Activated carbon is stored in a dry place away from the substances released into the atmosphere of gases or vapors.
Before use of the product activated carbon you should consult your doctor. This instruction is given a free transfer and is intended solely for information. For more information, please contact the manufacturer annotations.