Melilot

(BAN, rINN)

💊 Chemical information

Barku _ no žole˙; Gelber Steinklee; Komonicová nat’; Mélilot; Meliloti herba; Rohtomesikkä; Sötväppling; Sweet Clover; Yellow Melilot; Yellow Sweet Clover; Ziele nostrzyka.

Pharmacopoeias.

In Eur..

Ph. Eur. 6.2

(Melilot; Meliloti Herba). The whole or cut, dried aerial parts of Melilotus officinalis. It contains a minimum of 0.3% coumarin, calculated with reference to the dried drug. Protect from light.

💊 Profile

Melilot is used internally in herbal preparations for chronic venous insufficiency. It contains coumarin and its derivatives and the dose may be expressed in terms of coumarin. The German expert committee for herbal drugs and preparations (Commission E) also allows the addition or substitution of M. altissimus (tall melilot), tall yellow sweet clover. Melilotus officinalis is also used externally.

Homoeopathy.

Melilot has been used in homoeopathic medicines under the following names: Melilotus officinalis; Mel. off.

💊 Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Braz.: Vecasten; Ger.: Meli Rephastasan. Multi-ingredient: Arg.: Snell Patch; Snell Progress; Austral.: Bioglan Zellulean with Escin; Chile: Celltech Gold; Fr.: Antinerveux Lesourd; Creme au Melilot Composee; Cyclo 3; Ditavene; Esberiven; Esberiven Fort; Evarose; Sedopal; Ger.: Phlebodril N; Salus Venen Krauter Dragees N†; Venen Krauter NT; Ital.: Capill Venogel; Dermilia Flebozin; Diosmina Complex; Facosmina; Flebo-Si; Flebofort; Levital Plus; Lipaven; Pulsalux; RepaVen†; Venodin; Venoton; Rus.: Cyclo 3 (Цикло 3); Singapore: Cyclo 3; Spain: Fabroven; Venofit; Switz.: Phlebodril; Veino-Gouttes-N†.
Published May 08, 2019.