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Logo OLEUM RHINALE NASAL OIL


WELEDA Ref.No. U3846 Act 101/1965

OLEUM RHINALE NASAL OIL

Nasal Decongestant

COMPOSITION:   Per 100 g
  Camphora   0,0042g 
  Mercurius sulfuratus ruber D5 10g 
  Oil extract from Calendula, Flos   0,5g 
  Oil extract from Chamomilla, Flos   1,0g 
  Oleum aethereum Eucalypti   0,1458g 
  Oleum aethereum Mentha piperita   0,1458g 
  Oleum aethereum Thymi   0,0042g 
  Lecithin   0,1g 

INDICATIONS:
  1) Nasal congestion.
  2) Sinusitis.
  3) Rhinitis catarrhalis (inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes or lining of the nose, with nasal catarrh).
  4) Rhinitis sicca (dry nasal mucous membrane with crusts).
  5) Universal nose oil for sensitive mucous membranes.

MODE OF ACTION:
Camphora: aids in clearing the respiratory passages.
Mercurius sulf: aids decongestion by stimulating the body to eliminate excess mucous and phlegm.
Calendula: stimulates healing of mucal surfaces of nares without promoting suppuration.
Chamomilla: produces a state of hyperaesthesia resulting in a calming effect.
Oleum aether. Eucalypti: has a soothing effect on mucous membranes.
Oleum aether. Mentha piperita: increases respiration and has a soothing effect on mucous membranes.
Oleum aether. Thymi: stimulates warmth.
         
DOSAGE: NOT THE BE TAKEN
Unless otherwise directed.
Insert 2 drops three times daily into each nostril.
For babies apply with the aid of some cotton wool.
Shake before use.

PHARMA NATURA
Natural Medicines
March 1996

Weleda S.A. Division, 1 Carey Street, Wynberg, Sandton

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