Amara Marjoram Ointment contains an extract of the marjoram herb, which has a light antibacterial effect. The drug is used as an auxiliary in inflammation of the nasal mucosa. The use of marjoram ointment soothes irritated epidermis.
Amara Marjoram Ointment is used as an auxiliary in inflammation of the nasal mucosa.
Active substance: Ethanolum, Majoranae herba
Active substance: marjoram herb extract (Majoranae herbae extractum) 100g/100g extractant: ethanol 96% (v/v), white petrolatum.
Always use Marjoram ointment exactly as described in the package leaflet or as your doctor or pharmacist has told you. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
Marjoram ointment should be used externally.
Children over 3 years of age, adolescents and adults: 2-4 times a day, spread a small amount of ointment around the nostrils.
Use of the drug in children and adolescents
Use in children under 3 years of age after consulting a doctor.
When not to use Marjoram Ointment:
- if you are allergic to the active substance or any of the other ingredients of this medicine,
- on damaged skin,
- in acute inflammation of the skin,
- in children under 1 year of age.
The drug is a light green ointment with a characteristic marjoram odor.
Aluminum tube containing 10 g of ointment in a cardboard box with a package leaflet.
Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse before taking this medicine.
It is not recommended to introduce the preparation into the nostrils, because the ointment base inhibits the work of the ciliary apparatus of the mucous membrane.
If symptoms worsen or do not improve despite the use of the ointment, treatment should be discontinued and a doctor should be consulted.
When using the drug, avoid contact with the eyes.
It is not recommended to use on large areas of the body.
Interactions with other drugs
Tell your doctor about all the medicines you are currently taking, have recently taken, or plan to use. So far, drug interactions with other drugs have not been reported.
Like all medicines, Marjoram Ointment can cause side effects, although not
everybody gets them.
Due to the presence of phenolic glycosides in the marjoram herb, which release hydroquinone, long-term use of Marjoram ointment may cause skin depigmentation.