Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020): Current Issue
Articles

The Effectiveness of Therapy for Contact Allergic Dermatitis Using a New Domestic 6% Ointment from Plant Extracts

Published December 6, 2020
Keywords
  • Experimental skin allergy,
  • ombined 6% ointment of thick extract of Bidens tripartitae dry extract of licorice root,
  • Celestoderm B,
  • Guinea pigs

Abstract

In a comparative study of the treatment of skin allergies, a combined 6% ointment of thick succession of Bidens tripartitae and dry extract of licorice root, and ointment celestoderm B in experiment on Guinea pigs, it was found that the use of combined 6% ointment of thick succession of Bidens tripartitae and dry extract of licorice root at the local hydrophobic basis, more effective in the treatment of allergic contact dermatitis than glucocorticosteroid ointment celestoderm B. Thus, in a comparative study of the treatment of skin allergies, a combined 6% ointment of a thick extract of a series of tripartite and dry extract of licorice root and ointment of celestoderm B, it was found that the use of a combined 6% ointment of a thick extract of a series of tripartite and dry extract of licorice root on a local hydrophobic basis, is more effective in the treatment of contact allergic dermatitis than the glucocorticosteroid ointment celestoderm B.