Lactofiltrum

[ 2.1 ] Over-the-counter medical products

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Lactofiltrum is innovative double-acting medicine which stimulates growth of intestine beneficial micro flora and neutralizes effect of allergens, toxic agents and pathogenic bacteria. The medicine contains lactulose and lignin.

Lignin as a part of Lactofiltrum is a highly purified lignin-humic complex, product of hydrolyzed wood processing and enterosorbent. Due to a big surface area and extensive system of pores it bears high sorption capacity, is able to eliminate toxic agents, allergens and pathogenic micro flora out of organism and enhances the immune system. Lactulose is a semisynthetic disaccharide bears evident probiotic effect and non-specific immunotropic effect. Due to this combination Lactofiltrum has a complex curative effect on the body.

Surveys show that a four-week course of Lactofiltrum improves skin microbial balance and retrieves radiant skin of 80% of the women who participated in research.

Complex therapy with atopic dermatitis plus Lactofiltrum helps to reduce skin pruritus, duration and intensity of hyperemia, infiltration and dryness of skin in less than 7 days.

Registration number: LSR-008904/08

Pack size: 10 tablets per blister of polyvinylchloride film (or of aluminum printed lacquered foil). Quantity of tablets per one cardboard pack is 30 or 60 pieces.

Main indications for use:

  • Dysfunction of intestinal microbial balance;
  • Irritable bowel syndrome treatment;
  • Liver cirrhosis and hepatitis treatment;
  • Acne eruption, pruritus, dryness and skin flaking;
  • Suppressed immune system.

Measuring of medicine:

Lactufiltrum should be taken orally, milled if needed, with water one hour before meal or other medical products:

  • Adults and children above 12 years of age – 2-3 tablets 3 times per day;
  • Children of 8-12 years old – 1-2 tablet 3 times per day;
  • Children of 3-7 years old – 1 tablet 3 times per day;
  • Children of 1-3 years old – 1/2 tablet 3 times per day.

Average course duration constitutes of 2 or 3 weeks. Long-term ingestion of medicine and retreatment should only be prescribed by a doctor.