Balsam Lang

Balsam Lang

Balm Lang is useful for relieving dizziness, colds, aches, joint pain, sprains, relieving breathing, and motion sickness. In addition, this product can be used to treat itching due to insect bites.

Lang Balm is a pain-relieving balm that is not sticky on the skin and has a soothing aromatherapy. Lang Balm contains natural ingredients, such as peppermint oil and camphor.

The combination of natural ingredients in Basem Lang can give a cold effect which will then turn warm. This effect can divert pain and provide a sense of comfort in the body.

Lang Balm is available in three sizes, namely 10 grams, 20 grams, and 40 grams.

What is Lang Balm

group Free medicine
Category Herbal medicine
Benefit Relieves dizziness, colds, aches, joint pain , sprains, relieves breathing, motion sickness, and itching due to insect bites .
Used by Mature
Lang Balm for pregnant and lactating mothers Category C: Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the fetus from methyl salicylate and menthol applied to the skin. However, there have been no controlled studies in pregnant women.

Do not apply Lang Balm to the nipple area if you are breastfeeding. It is not known whether the active ingredients in Lang Balm can be absorbed into breast milk or affect milk production.

Pregnant women or nursing mothers should consult a doctor before using over-the-counter topical medications that contain methyl salicylate and menthol.

Drug form Balsam

Precautions Before Using Lang Balm

There are several things you should pay attention to before using Lang Balm, including:

  • Do not use Lang Balm if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this product.
  • Do not use Lang Balm on open wounds, sunburned skin, cracked skin, dry skin, and skin that is experiencing irritation.
  • Avoid contact with the eyes or area around the eyes, inside of the nose, inside of the mouth, or genitals. Wash immediately with water if the area is exposed to this product.
  • Consult a doctor about using Lang Balm in children.
  • Consult your doctor about using Lang Balm if you are pregnant, nursing, or planning a pregnancy.
  • Consult your doctor if you plan to use Lang Balm with other medications, supplements, or herbal products in case of drug interactions.
  • Tell your doctor that you are having treatment with Lang Balm before having surgery or any medical procedure, including dental surgery.
  • See a doctor immediately if an allergic reaction occurs after using Lang Balm.

Lang Balm Dosage and Rules

Apply Lang Balm on the painful area of ​​the body 3-4 times a day. If needed, basting can be repeated as needed.

How to Use Lang Balm Correctly

Read the rules of use listed on the packaging before using this product.

Take an appropriate amount of Lang Balm and smooth it while gently massaging it in the areas that need it. Don't forget to always wash your hands before and after using Lang Balm.

Do not cover the area of ​​skin that has been applied to Lang Balm with a bandage, except on the advice of a doctor.

Store Lang Balm at room temperature, in a dry place away from direct sunlight. Keep this product out of reach of children.

Lang Balm Interactions with Other Drugs

Considering that Lang Balm contains eucalyptus oil and methyl salicylate , interactions that can occur if this product is used with certain drugs are:

  • Increased effect of drowsiness when used with drugs that have a drowsy effect, such as alprazolam and amitriptyline
  • Increased risk of bleeding when used with warfarin , anisindione, or dicumarol
  • Decreased effectiveness of amphetamine and pentobarbital drugs

Lang Balm Side Effects

Lang Balm generally rarely causes side effects. Consult a doctor if a rash, itching, redness, swelling, or burning or blistering appears on the skin applied to Lang Balm.

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