NOTAKEHL D 3 pneumonia, gonorrhea ointment
Pack size:30 g Dosage form:ointment
Active ingredient: Penicillium chrysogenum (homeoph.)
The fungus produces a hydrophobic β-lactam compound known as penicillin. Penicillin, an antibiotic has been used in the treatment of gram-positive bacterial infections such as pneumonia, gonorrhea, wounds, staphylococcal infections, bacterial fevers.
Active for pneumonia, gonorrhea ingredients
- 100 mg Penicillium chrysogenum e volumine mycelii (lyophil., Sterile.) D3
Auxiliary pneumonia, gonorrhea ointment materials
- Wool wax alcohol ointment
- Triglycerides, medium chain
- Glycerol monostearate 40-50%
- Propylene glycol
- Magnesium Sulphate-7-Water
- Lactic acid
- Purified water
Ointment for rubbing in
Preparation pneumonia, gonorrhea ointment group:
Fungal preparation Active
Penicillium chrysogenum D3
1 g ointment contains: 0.10 g Penicillium chrysogenum D3 dil. (HAB, regulation 5a, with purified water). Other ingredients: 0.38 g wool wax alcohol ointment, 0.10 g medium-chain triglycerides, 0.03 g glycerol monostearate 40 - 55, 0.23 g propylene glycol, 0.02 g magnesium sulfate 7 H2O, 0.01 g lactic acid, 0.13 g Water for injections.
Experience has shown that it is used for:
Registered homeopathic medicinal product, therefore no therapeutic indication is given.
Apply a thin layer to the affected skin area 1–3 times a day. After a maximum of 4 weeks of therapy, Notakehl® D3 should be discontinued.
Side pneumonia, gonorrhea ointment effects:
Due to the content of Notakehl® D3 in specific organic components, hypersensitivity reactions, mainly in the form of skin reactions, can occur in rare cases and an allergy to the component Penicillium chrysogenum can be triggered. The drug should then be discontinued and a doctor should be consulted.
Do not use if you are hypersensitive to mold (Penicillium chrysogenum).
pneumonia, gonorrhea ointment Interactions:
Medicines with an immunosuppressive effect can impair the effectiveness of Notakehl® D3. There should be an interval of 4 weeks before and after treatment with orally administered live vaccines.
None known. Cetostearyl alcohol can cause local skin irritation (eg contact dermatitis). Propylene glycol can also cause skin irritation.