Validol is a drug that is used to relieve nervous tension and anxiety.
The optimal effect occurs after 2-4 weeks of use, therefore it is not recommended to take Validol on a daily basis.
If symptoms persist or worsen after 2 weeks of use, consult a doctor.
- Relieving nervous tension and feelings of anxiety.
- The optimal effect occurs after 2-4 weeks of use, therefore the product should not be used on an ad hoc basis.
- If symptoms persist or worsen after 2 weeks of use, consult a doctor.
Active substance: Mentholum, Menthyli valeras
|Active substance||Active substance: mixture of menthol and menthyl isovalerate
1 lozenge contains 60 mg of a mixture of menthol (Mentholum) and menthyl isovalerate (Menthyli valeras).
|Other ingredients||Sucrose, calcium stearate.|
- 1 lozenge 3 times a day. Oral use.
- Due to the lack of experience in use, the use of the medicinal product in children and adolescents is not recommended.
Hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients.
The package contains 10 tablets
- In patients with heartburn or hiatal hernia, symptoms may sometimes be aggravated by menthol. In such a situation, the use of the product should be discontinued. Caution should be exercised in patients with peptic ulcer disease or inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.
- Patients with rare hereditary problems of fructose intolerance, glucose-galactose malabsorption or sucrase-isomaltase insufficiency should not take this medicinal product.
Pregnancy and lactation
- There are insufficient data on the use of menthol and menthyl isovalerate in pregnant women.
- There are no data on the excretion of menthol and menthyl isovalerate in human milk.
- The use of Validol during pregnancy and lactation is not recommended.
After long-term use of the medicinal product, the following undesirable effects may occur, which disappear spontaneously after discontinuation of use:
- local allergic reaction in the oral cavity (contact allergy);
- Hypersensitivity reactions to menthol, with symptoms of headache, bradycardia, muscle tremor, ataxia, anaphylactic shock, skin rash have been reported.