Salvin - instructions for use, analogs, testimonials and release forms (1% solution for topical application of 10 ml, 25 ml and 50 ml of VIF) for the treatment of angina, tonsillitis and stomatitis in adults, children and pregnancy. Composition

Salvin - instructions for use, analogs, testimonials and release forms (1% solution for topical application of 10 ml, 25 ml and 50 ml of VIF) for the treatment of angina, tonsillitis and stomatitis in adults, children and pregnancy. Composition

In this article, you can read the instructions for using the drug Salvin. There are reviews of visitors to the site - consumers of this medication, as well as opinions of doctors of specialists on the use of Salvin in their practice. A big request is to actively add their feedback on the drug: the medicine helped or did not help get rid of the disease, which were observed complications and side effects, possibly not declared by the manufacturer in the annotation. Analogues of Salvin with available structural analogues. Use for the treatment of angina, stomatitis, periodontitis, pharyngitis and tonsillitis in adults, children, as well as during pregnancy and lactation. Composition of the preparation.


Salvin - antiseptic of plant origin. Contains essential oils, caffeic acid and its derivatives, diterpenes, triterpenes. Sage has antibacterial, fungistatic, virosostatic, astringent, secretolitic action, helps to reduce sweating. It is active against gram-positive microflora, including antibiotic-resistant.




Dense extract of sage medicinal leaves (salvin) + auxiliary substances.



  • chronic rhinitis (inflammation of the nasal mucosa);
  • acute and chronic pharyngitis (inflammation of the mucous throat);
  • chronic nasopharyngitis;
  • acute and chronic tonsillitis (inflammation of the tonsils, tonsillitis);
  • chronic laryngitis and laryngotracheitis (inflammation of the mucous larynx and trachea);
  • gingivitis (inflammation of the gums);
  • periodontitis (inflammation of periodontal tissues);
  • parodontosis (dystrophy of periodontal tissues);
  • stomatitis (inflammation of the oral mucosa);
  • mechanical and thermal damage;
  • abscesses (ulcers) of the oral cavity after dissection.


Forms of release


Alcohol solution 1% for topical application in a 10 ml bottle, 25 ml, 50 ml.


Instructions for use and dosing regimen


Locally (alone or in combination with other drugs) in the form of 0.1-0.25% aqueous-alcoholic solutions. To prepare these solutions, 1% alcohol solution of the drug is diluted with distilled water or 0.9% sodium chloride solution in a ratio of 1: 3-1: 10.


Apply in the form of lubrication, irrigation, washing, applications, as well as in the form of turundas, introduced into canals and pathological dentogingival pockets (for 10 minutes). The course of treatment from 2 to 10 sessions at intervals of 1-2 days.


Side effect

  • feeling of bitterness in the mouth;
  • dryness, burning sensation;
  • irritation in the form of a light rapid reddening;
  • allergic reactions.



  • hypersensitivity to the components of the drug;
  • pregnancy and lactation.


Application in pregnancy and lactation


The appointment of drugs with sage is prohibited during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The active substances of the plant can provoke bleeding, increase the tone of the uterus, and reduce the production of milk from a nursing woman.


Use in children


Not recommended for children under 5 years.


special instructions


The preparation contains ethyl alcohol in the composition. Do not swallow the extract and contact with eyes.

The finished solution can not be stored. It should be used immediately after preparation.

Drug Interactions


With topical application, the active substances of the sage extract do not enter into a drug interaction with other medicinal agents.


Analogues of the drug Salvin


Structural analogs for the active substance:

  • Dr. Theiss Sage;
  • Carmolis;
  • Parodontocid;
  • Salfin VIF;
  • Stomatophyte;
  • Stomatophyte A;
  • Stomatophyte expert.


Analogues on the pharmacological group (herbal antiseptics):

  • Abisil;
  • Galenofillipt;
  • Oak bark;
  • Kalanchoe juice;
  • Calendula tincture;
  • Nettle extract is liquid;
  • Maraslavin;
  • Eucalyptus tincture;
  • Eucalyptus oil.


Doctor's Feedbackdentist


Rinsing with herbal solutions is the easiest and safest way to relieve pain and speed up recovery with any inflammation in the mouth. Often, salvina rinses are prescribed a few days after tooth extraction or when rubbing the mucous membrane with the edges of a removable denture, in the complex therapy of exacerbation of periodontitis. Sage has an astringent effect, it envelops the mucous membranes with a thin film that protects it from irritants, helping to reduce inflammation.In addition, phytoncides in the extract of sage in combination with ethyl alcohol have an antibacterial effect, affecting the cause of the disease. Given the affordable cost of the drug, it does not hurt to always have in the medicine cabinet in case of angina or any inflammatory phenomena in the oral cavity.

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