OxyHives - Use | Dose | Side Effects
OxyHives is a medicine that contains Apis Mellifica (a remedy from the honey bee) and a plant known as Leopard's Bane (lat. Arnica Montana). It is used to treat inflammation from hives (urticaria). It relieves itching, redness and swelling.
The exact mechanism of action of OxyHives is not known, but there are studies conducted in USA that have shown benefits of Apis Mellifica in the treatment of hives. This product belongs to natural homeopathic products and it is safe for use therefore it is available without prescription.
- Ease itching and burning
- Relieves symptoms of hives (urticaria)
- Comforts pain and swelling
This medicine should be avoided in patients allergic to any of the ingredients. If you are experiencing symptoms of an allergy, such as:
- swelling of the face,
- swelling of the lips,
- difficulty breathing call your doctor immediately.
So far, there are no reported side effects.
If symptoms become more severe or persist, discontinue use and call your doctor.
Ingredients of this product are FDA approved.
It should be avoided in patients under the age of 12, unless recommended by your doctor.
Use of OxyHives during pregnancy and breastfeeding
It should be used during pregnancy only if the benefit to the mother outweighs risk to the child. You should seek medical advice before you start using this medicine in pregnancy.
It is not know whether OxyHives passes into breast milk. Consult with your doctor before you start using this medicine during breastfeeding.
How to use
OxyHives is found in the form of spray. You should spray OxiHives 2-3 times a day under the tongue.
You can use it regardless of food, because food does not affect this medicine.
Use with other medicines (Interactions)
There are no known interactions with other medicines. However, if you are using other medicine sprays (such as nitroglycerine spray), you should seek medical advice before you start using this medicine.
OxyHives side effects
There are no reported side effects. However, this doesn't mean that this medicine does not have them. More research is needed.
If your symptoms worsen or persist or you are experiencing side effects that may be caused by OxiHives, you should call your doctor.