Since the preparation has a combined composition, the pharmacodynamics is represented by the interaction of all active components. The drug has antipyretic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory and sedative effects. These properties provide paracetamol and metamizole (analgin), which belong to non-narcotic analgesics. By inhibiting cyclooxygenase in the CNS, they destroy the synthesis of prostaglandins.
Low doses of phenobarbital provide a sedative effect. Codeine refers to opoid analgesics, has analgesic, analgesic and antitussive properties. Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, improves performance, improves cerebral circulation and tone of the cerebral vessels, and helps concentration. This substance enhances the properties of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Caffeine dilates the vessels of the brain, reduces headaches. Small doses of phenobarbital have a sedative effect and potentiate the effect of analgesic components of the drug.