Salviathymol ® N Madaus liquid
active ingredients: sage oil, eucalyptus oil, peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, clove oil, fennel oil, star anise oil, levomenthol, thymol.
Traditionally used as a mild medicinal product for mild inflammation of the gums and oral mucosa. The medicinal product is only registered for the area of application because it has been used for many years. If the symptoms of inflammation of the gums and oral mucosa last longer than 1 week, a doctor should be consulted.
Contains 31% alcohol by volume. Contains, among other things, propylene glycol.
For risks and side effects, read the leaflet and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
MEDA Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Benzstraße 1, 61352 Bad Homburg.
Salviathymol ® N Madaus liquid Proven for inflammation in the mouth • Has a preventative effect, promotes healing and relieves pain • With a refreshing taste for rinsing and gargling • Very good tolerance and no discoloration of the teeth Effective protection through the healing power of nature.
The mouth and throat mucosa is exposed to many germs due to food intake and breathing. If the smallest injuries occur in the mouth or if the mucous membrane of the throat dries out, inflammation of the gums, painful canker sores or cold-related throat problems - such as scratching or burning - can quickly develop. These complaints are not only annoying, but often very painful. And they can promote bad breath. But it doesn't have to come to that. Just as regular and thorough brushing of teeth protects against receding gums (periodontal disease) or cavities in the teeth (caries), regular rinsing and gargling with SALVIATHYMOL ® helpsN MADAUS to prevent inflammatory processes and bad breath and to strengthen the resistance of the oral mucosa to pathogens. SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS can also be used to naturally accelerate the healing process. Because SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS contains valuable oils from medicinal plants, which on the one hand have an excellent effect against harmful bacteria, inflammation and pain, and on the other hand strengthen the gums.
Traditional, purely herbal mouth and throat therapeutic agent
The concentrate for gargling and rinsing contains seven essential oils: sage oil, eucalyptus oil, peppermint oil, cinnamon oil, clove oil, fennel oil and star anise oil. These selected essential oils have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and astringent effects, among other things. In addition, they are well tolerated and help to maintain and restore the natural balance of the oral flora. This makes gargling and rinsing with the solution particularly suitable both for long-term use as part of daily oral hygiene and for the treatment of acute irritation of the oral and pharyngeal mucosa.
Unless otherwise prescribed by a doctor, adults and children over the age of 12 use 20 drops (equivalent to 1 g) of liquid diluted in a glass (approx. 100 ml) of lukewarm water up to 3 times a day. This dilution is sufficient for 3 - 4 flushes, a total flushing time of approx. 2 minutes. The liquid should also be drawn through the interdental spaces. Do not swallow and do not rinse with water. SALVIATHYMOL ®N MADAUS can also be used as an additive for the daily oral irrigator. For this purpose, a few drops are added to the previously filled with water container of the oral irrigator, which should be rinsed with clear water after use. The duration of the application depends on the course of the symptoms. If this persists for more than 1 week, a dentist should be consulted. Get well soon from a sore throat
Lozenges, gargling solutions and sprays have a disinfecting, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect and can thus provide local short-term relief. Slow sucking and steam inhalation are perceived as soothing because both moisten the mucous membranes. It is also important to drink a lot (2 liters/day of tea or water) so that the pathogens can be flushed out. Gargling and rinsing with SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS also strengthens the oral flora against pathogens. Used regularly, SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS protects and soothes the mucous membranes and alleviates or prevents inflammation.
HELP WITH BAD BREATH AND BAD TASTE
Bad breath after consuming garlic, alcohol, coffee or smoking is usually short-lived and thorough oral hygiene provides a short-term remedy. However, bad breath is a permanent problem for 15 to 20% of people. Common triggers are poor oral hygiene and reduced salivation - for example due to snoring or as a side effect of medication. But inflammations in the ENT area and obesity can also come into question. If there is an inflammation in the mouth, rinsing and gargling with SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS can gently and naturally remedy the situation.
ORAL HYGIENE – RIGHT FROM THE START
Regular brushing of the teeth is recommended from the first milk tooth onwards – in the morning before and in the evening after eating. The interdental spaces should be cleaned regularly with dental floss or interdental brushes. The dentist can advise on the currently recommended technique. Although 80% of all twelve-year-olds in Germany have caries-free teeth, inflammation of the oral mucosa and gums can still occur. For prevention or relief, SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS can be added to the oral irrigator. Rinsing or gargling with SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS has proven effective in treating such inflammations in children over the age of 12. SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS is not recommended for younger children.
Frequently asked questions & Answers
How long can SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS be used?
The medicine should not be used after the expiry date which is stated on the container and carton after EXP. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.
Does SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS also help with a sore throat?
Yes. The essential oils in SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and astringent effects, among other things. The mucous membranes are also better supplied with blood, which also has a healing effect on throat problems.
Can SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS also be used on small children?
No. SALVIATHYMOL ® N MADAUS is not suitable for children under the age of 12. Therefore, the medicinal product should be kept out of the reach of children.
When should you see a doctor about bad breath?
If the bad breath persists for a long time and cannot be eliminated by thorough brushing or mouthwash, the dentist should rule out a cause in the oral cavity. If the oral cavity is actually not the cause of the symptoms, a visit to the general practitioner should follow.