Expiration date: 05/2025

Structure and Composition: 

per 100 ml of liquid:

juice from leaves of bio-stimulated or "children" of aloe tree 80ml

ethyl alcohol 20 ml

in dark glass bottles of 50 ml in a cardboard bundle one bottle.


Composition: aloe tree juice, Eucalyptus oil, Castor oil

Excipients: emulsifiers

in dark glass jars 30 g in paper cartons 1 bank.

Description pharmaceutical form:

Aloe juice - slightly turbid liquid from orange-yellow to orange in color, bitter taste, spicy smell. Under the influence of light and air darkens. During storage the appearance of a precipitate.

Aloe Liniment - creamy mass of slightly cream-colored, kind of smell does not stain clothes.
Pharmachologic effect:

Aloe juice enhances bile secretion, secretion of digestive glands, has a laxative effect and bactericidal activity against pathogens (orally), anti-inflammatory, wound-healing effect (topically).

Aloe liniment accelerates epithelization, increases the skin's tolerance to the X-ray irradiation, has analgesic effect, reduces the burning sensation and tightness. In experiments on rabbits it revealed that for prophylactic use and significantly reduces the reaction shortens the healing of radiation damage of the skin.

Aloe juice: gastritis, gastroenteritis, enterocolitis, constipation (including spastic and atonic), chronic colitis (inside), acute and chronic purulent diseases (outwardly).

Aloe Liniment: burns II and III level, prevention and treatment of skin lesions with radiation therapy, dry and wet epidermis kraurosis vulva, acute and sub-acute inflammations (dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, lichen planus), and other skin diseases.

Aloe extract:

  • Various diseases of the eye: a progressive nearsightedness (myopia), inflammation of the cornea and other parts of the eye,
  • Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer
  • in convalescence from various diseases.



Aloe extract:

  • Severe cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure,
  • acute gastrointestinal disorders,
  • marked renal dysfunction.

Side effect:

Rarely - allergic reactions.

Dosage and administration:

Aloe juice, inside, 20-30 minutes before meals, 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day externally - in the form of lotions and direct irrigation of wounds. The course - 15-30 days.

Aloe Liniment: topically, for the prevention of skin damage - after each irradiation liniment lubricate the skin during the course (on average 45 days) for the treatment - applied thinly to the affected surface of the skin 2-3 times a day and cover with gauze in gynecology - morning and in the evening is applied to the affected area 2 times a day (morning and evening) for acute and subacute inflammatory processes of the skin - is applied to the affected areas with a thick layer (without subsequent dressing), 2 times a day, with dry skin lubrication liniment affected areas alternate with lanolin.

The extract in ampoules: adults daily injected subcutaneously with 1 ml (maximum daily dose - 4 ml), children under 5 years - 0.2-0.3 ml, over 5 years - 0.5 ml of the drug. The course of treatment - 30-50 injections. Perhaps the re-introduction after two-three-month break.