Drug product with antimycotic activity on the basis of flowers of Tripleurospermum inodorum
Drug product with antimycotic activity on the basis of flowers of Tripleurospermum inodorum
(Velikhanova Z.R., Sorokina A.A., Sachivkina N.P., Zhiltsova N.V., Zhiltsov V.V., Marakhova A.I., Stanishevsky Ya.M.)

The invention relates to the pharmaceutical industry, namely to the agent with antimycotic action. The agent has an antimycotic effect, containing components extracted by extracting air-dried flowers from Tripleurospermum inodorum in the ratio of raw materials: extractant - 1:10, using as the extractant a water-alcohol solution with an ethanol concentration of 70-95% by extracting under reflux. The above tool has a pronounced anti-mycotic effect.

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