Nabid drop is a unique oral medication that is free of any side effects, according to clinical research.
- Treatment of Oral & Gum Diseases
- Pain killer, Disinfectant & Anti-inflammatory
- Teeth Surgery Healing & Bleeding Control
- Gingival Infection & Inflammation
- Tonsillitis & Tonsillectomy
- Canker Sore & Stomatitis
- Sore Throat
- Oral Thrush
Nabid drop is a unique oral medication that is free of any side effects, according to clinical research. Nabid oral drop has received a commendation plaque and a gold and silver medal from the Swiss International Inventors Exhibition (Geneva) in 2009 and 2013, as well as a gold medal from the Asian Inventors Exhibition from Malaysia.
Nabid drop (herbal medicine - oral and solution)
This medicine, which is prepared with a special formula and based on miraculous herbs in both oral and solution forms treats diseases of the mouth, teeth, gums and throat, control of bleeding in the mouth, and anti-infection of the mouth. Particularly, it can accelerate the healing process of wounds resulting from surgery in different parts of the body, especially impacted teeth and tonsil ulcers.
This drug function is to eliminate inflammation which is the main cause of a large group of diseases or exacerbation of pain and their chronicity. Also, some unique compounds of this herbal medicine have antiseptic, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties which are effective in definitive treatment or improvement of those diseases that are associated with inflammation, swelling, infection.
Nabid drop can be used without any additional complementary medicine for bleeding control, pain relief, inflammation and inflammation of all wounds and injuries, especially diseases related to the mouth, teeth, gums, and throat, extraction of normal and impacted teeth (wisdom) and tonsil ulcer.
Amount and method of consumption:
Wounds from dental surgery and dental implants:
20 to 30 drops, depending on the severity of the injury, are dripped onto the wound every 4 hours and held in place for 5 minutes, then swallowed. (It is better not to cover or bandage the wound).
Canker sore, gum infection, and toothache:
In adults, 30 drops and in children, 15 drops should be kept in the mouth every 4 hours for 5 minutes, after which the mouth was completely covered with medicine
should be swallowed. Avoid eating and drinking for 30 minutes after consumption.
Wounds from tonsillectomy:
Every 4 hours, the surgical site should be completely soaked with Nabid drop, then 30 drops of the drug should be kept in the mouth for 5 minutes and gradually swallowed so that the wound inside the throat is completely soaked with the drug (It is recommended to avoid taking any medication with this drop).