What is phytostimulin?
Phytostimulin® is the brand name of a drug, which uses the combination of two natural active compoundssuch asTriticum Vulgare(1) and phenoxyethanol(2), exerting anantiseptic and healing effecton certain skin conditions.
To highlight: This pharmaceutical product is made by the company namedLaboratorios GROSSMAN, S. A. (3)
What is phytostimulin for?
- Phytostimulin® thanks to the combination ofTriticum Vulgare-phenoxyethanol, stimulates the synthesis of tissue for the healing ofwounds in the skin, caused by traumatic events orskin diseases.
- It is used to treat:
- Alterations of dermal tissue requiring reactivation of epithelial neoformation.
- Chemical-histological alteration of the skin, such as burns of any degree and extent.
- Ulcerodystrophic skin disorders that include pressure ulcers, varicose ulcers, chronic ulcers, torpid wounds, among others. (4)
- Delayed wound healing as in plastic and aesthetic surgery.
- Cervical lesions postcauterization and consecutive to surgery or radiotherapy.
- Dermatosis, nipple ulcerations duringlactationanddiaper rash.
Dosage and routes of administration of phytostimulin
The phytostimulin® is sold in abox with a tube of 30 gr of cream, which contains aqueous extract ofTriticum vulgare15 gr and phenoxyethanol 1 g. The administrationis topicaland the dosage for informational purposes may be as follows:
- Phytostimulin®cream: After sanitizing with antiseptic soap and water, place a generous layer on the affected area once or twice a day, for as long as your doctor tells you.
Side Effects of Phytostimulin
Therapeutic treatment with phytostimulin®may cause in a certain patient population some of the following side effects:
- Possible allergic reactions due to contact with any component of the formula.
Important: If during the use of this medicine appear any of the symptoms described or another not included, pleasediscontinue use and consult your doctor.
Contraindications and warnings of phytostimulin
The use of phytostimulin®is contraindicatedin the following cases:
- Patients with hypersensitivity to any component of the formula.
You should know: Give your doctorall the information about your health history before starting treatment with this medicine.
Avoid it if you have:
- History of hypersensitivity to the components of the formula.
- Products such as phytostimulin®, need a prescription or prescription for administration despite being very safe.
- Follow your doctor’s directions during treatment with this drug.
- Do not use this medicine near the eyes.
- Keep this drug out of reach of children.
- Keep stored in a dry, cool place.
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