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Last reviewed by: Aleksey Portnov , medical expert, on 14.03.2019

Cefavor is a homeopathic medicine with a complex composition.

Indications of the cefavor

It is used in disorders of the circulatory system and changes in blood pressure, against which headaches develop.

Release form

It is available in the form of drops for oral administration in vials of 50 or 100 ml volume. In the kit there is also a special nozzle-dispenser. Inside the pack - 1 bottle with drops.


The constituent elements of the drug allow to improve the processes of microcirculation in the heart and brain, as well as peripheral circulation. In addition, they reduce erythrocyte and platelet aggregation, as well as blood viscosity. As a result, there is an improvement in blood characteristics and an increase in the rate of capillary circulation.

Normalization of capillary permeability and cell walls is carried out. Inside tissues, processes that promote the absorption of sugar, as well as oxygen, are activated. Flavonoids prevent the effects of free radicals released by the body in fairly large quantities against the background of IHD.

With the stabilization of circulatory processes, the subclavian syndrome does not develop, as a result of which there is an improvement in the metabolic processes inside the heart tissues, and also in the internal organs with the brain and in the extremities, and also providing them with oxygen.

Use of the cefavor during pregnancy

Restrictions on the use of Cefavor during pregnancy or breastfeeding are not present if the medicine is taken with compliance with medical prescriptions.


The main contraindications:

  • intolerance of the constituent elements of the medicine;
  • since the drug contains alcoholic substances (20%), it is forbidden to prescribe it to people with alcoholism;
  • Do not give drops to children under 6 years of age.

Side effects of the cefavor

Due to the administration of drops, the following side effects may develop:

  • immunity reactions: allergy manifestations, including pruritus and rash;
  • disorders in the digestive tract: digestive disorders;
  • neurological disorders: development of headaches.

For some time, manifestations of the existing pathology may increase (aggravation of the primary type). These phenomena are completely normal, they do not require discontinuation of drug use. But if they do not pass with time, you should cancel the application and consult with the doctor. Also, the doctor should be treated in case of any unusual signs.

Dosing and administration

The medicine is taken orally (nebulized drops are allowed).

Adolescents from 12 years and adults are required to take the medication 3-4 times a day (20-30 drops each). Children 6-12 years old - the number of methods is similar, and the dose is 10-15 drops.

Duration of therapy is prescribed by the doctor individually, taking into account the expected result and the purpose of admission. Without medical advice, you can not take drops for a long period of time.

Interactions with other drugs

There is no information on the interaction of cefavora with other drugs.

Stimulants are able to influence the medicinal properties of any homeopathic remedies.

If a combination of the drug with any other drug is required, the doctor should be consulted beforehand.

Storage conditions

Cefavor does not require any special conditions for maintenance. But drops should be kept in a place inaccessible to children.

Shelf life

Cefavor is suitable for use in the period of 5 years, but at the same time after opening the bottle the shelf life is only 3 months.

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To simplify the perception of information, this instruction for use of the drug "Cefavor" translated and presented in a special form on the basis of the official instructions for medical use of the drug. Before use read the annotation that came directly to medicines.

Description provided for informational purposes and is not a guide to self-healing. The need for this drug, the purpose of the treatment regimen, methods and dose of the drug is determined solely by the attending physician. Self-medication is dangerous for your health.

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