Dry extract of aloe

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Last reviewed: 18.09.2021

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Aloe extract is a medicine that affects the implementation of metabolic and digestive processes.

The drug stimulates metabolism, increases the speed of healing processes and has a general tonic and adaptogenic effect. It improves the processes of cell metabolism, tissue regeneration and trophism, and also increases the systemic nonspecific resistance of the body and the resistance of mucous membranes to the effects of damaging agents.

The medicine stimulates the protective activity of granulocytes and increases appetite. In addition, it increases the energy stores inside the sperm and their motility.

Indications Aloe extract

It is used to treat progressive myopia, conjunctivitis , iritis, myopic chorioretinitis, keratitis and blepharitis, as well as with clouding of the vitreous body .

In addition, it is prescribed in the combination therapy of ulcers affecting the gastrointestinal tract.

Release form

The release of the substance is realized in the form of a liquid extract for injections, inside 1 ml ampoules, 5 pieces each inside a cell package. Inside the box there are 2 such packages.

Use Aloe extract during pregnancy

It is impossible to prescribe Aloe extract for HS or pregnancy, because the principle of its therapeutic effect as a biogenic stimulant is extremely poorly understood.


The main contraindications:

  • severe intolerance to the components of the drug;
  • severe forms of lesions of the cardiovascular system and increased blood pressure;
  • active forms of disorders in the gastrointestinal tract (among them diarrhea), ulcerative colitis, intestinal blockage, appendicitis, regional enteritis and abdominal pain of an unknown nature;
  • renal / hepatic dysfunction, cholelithiasis, complicated nephrosis, cystitis and glomerulonephritis of a diffuse nature;
  • hemorrhoids, metrorrhagia and hemoptysis.

Side effects Aloe extract

Among the side signs:

  • digestive disorders: dyspepsia, sore throat and abdominal pain;
  • problems with the function of the CVS: an increase in blood pressure values;
  • immune damage: allergy symptoms, including rashes, flushing, urticaria and itching;
  • others: rush of blood to the pelvic organs, dizziness, potentiation of menstruation, hyperthermia, burning and changes in the area of the injection (itching or hyperemia).

Dosing and administration

If a sediment appears inside the ampoule, shake it before opening to obtain a uniform suspension.

Aloe extract is applied by performing a s / c injection, every day:

  • for an adult - 1 ml (on average, 3-4 ml per day);
  • for a child 3-5 years old - 0.2-0.3 ml;
  • for children over 5 years old - the dosage is 0.5 ml.

The therapeutic cycle includes 30-50 injections. It is allowed to perform the treatment again after a 2-3 month interval.

  • Application for children

The medication is prescribed to persons over 3 years of age.

Interactions with other drugs

The drug potentiates the activity of iron drugs and substances that stimulate hematopoiesis.

The combined use of the drug with loop or thiazide diuretics, GCS and licorice drugs increases the likelihood of developing a lack of potassium.

Storage conditions

Aloe extract must be stored in a dark place out of the reach of small children. Temperature indicators - no more than 25 ° C.

Shelf life

Aloe extract can be used for a period of 36 months from the date of manufacture of the medicinal product.


Analogs of the medication are - Aloe oral solution, as well as Aloe liniment.


To simplify the perception of information, this instruction for use of the drug "Dry extract of aloe" 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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