Maraslavin - Instructions For Using The Solution, Price, Reviews, Analogues

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Maraslavin - Instructions For Using The Solution, Price, Reviews, Analogues
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Maraslavin: instructions for use and reviews

  1. 1. Release form and composition
  2. 2. Pharmacological properties
  3. 3. Indications for use
  4. 4. Contraindications
  5. 5. Method of application and dosage
  6. 6. Side effects
  7. 7. Overdose
  8. 8. Special instructions
  9. 9. Drug interactions
  10. 10. Analogs
  11. 11. Terms and conditions of storage
  12. 12. Terms of dispensing from pharmacies
  13. 13. Reviews
  14. 14. Price in pharmacies

Latin name: Maraslavin

ATX code: A01AD11

Active ingredient: Pontic wormwood herb + Clove buds + Ginger rhizomes + Thyme grass + Black pepper fruits (Artemisiaa pontica L. + Syzygium aromaticum (L.) LMPerry + Zingiber officinale Roscoe + Satureja hortensis L. + Piper nigrum L.)

Manufacturer: Sopharma JSC, Bulgaria

Description and photo update: 2019-12-08

Prices in pharmacies: from 127 rubles.


Solution for topical application Maraslavin
Solution for topical application Maraslavin

Maraslavin is a drug with a combined composition of plant origin for the treatment of dental diseases.

Release form and composition

Dosage form - solution for topical application: cloudy, red-brown in color, with a specific odor and astringent-sour taste; during storage, a precipitate falls out (100 ml in dark glass bottles, 1 bottle in a cardboard box).

Active substances in 100 ml of solution:

  • Herba Artemisiae pontici (wormwood herb) - 4.196 g;
  • Rhizoma Zingiberis (zingiber rhizomes) - 4.196 g;
  • Flores Caryophylli (clove buds) - 3.646 g;
  • Fructus Piperis nigri (black pepper fruit) - 1.199 g;
  • Herba Satureja hortensis (savory herb) - 0.728 g.

Additional inactive ingredients: water, wine vinegar and ammonium chloride.

Pharmacological properties

Maraslavin is a combined medicinal product of phyto-origin and has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, local anesthetic, disinfectant, astringent, irritating and tissue regeneration stimulating effect.


At the beginning of the course of therapy, the use of Maraslavin leads to swelling, hyperemia and irritation of the gingival mucosa. Due to the hypertonicity of the drug, toxic decay products are removed from the gum pockets and gum tissue. Soon there is an increase in the number of collagen fibers, an increase in their density, and then a new epithelium is formed, the normal structure of the gums is restored and the strength of the periodontal bond with the cement of the tooth root is enhanced.

During the treatment of the hemorrhagic form of periodontal disease, the swelling and bleeding of the gums decreases, which acquire a pale, and then a pale pink hue at the beginning of therapy and gradually thicken. The gingival papillae become thinner and gradually begin to come into close contact with the tooth neck at the sub-enamel-cement border. Gingival pockets decrease or disappear altogether, and tooth mobility decreases.


There is no information on the pharmacokinetics of Maraslavin.

Indications for use

  • Hemorrhagic periodontal disease with alveolar pockets;
  • The postoperative period after surgery for periodontal disease;
  • Purulent periodontal disease (as part of combination therapy).


Maraslavin is contraindicated for use with hypersensitivity to its constituent substances.

Instructions for the use of Maraslavin: method and dosage

Maraslavin is applied topically in the oral cavity. Treatment with the drug is carried out by a dentist.

The initial stage of therapy is the removal of supragingival tartar simultaneously with ventilation of the gingival pockets (for this, a stream of clean warm water or a spray bottle is used). Then, loose cotton swabs with the drug are inserted into the bone and gingival pockets using a probe. To do this, 20-25 ml of Maraslavin is poured into a glass container and tampons are abundantly moistened in it, the size of which is selected individually depending on the width of the pockets.

The duration of one procedure is 5-6 minutes. During the first session, 5-6 such procedures are carried out sequentially on each pocket. Each subsequent tampon penetrates deeper and easier into the alveolar pocket. The last tampons are left in the pockets (loose) until the next session. The patient is warned that, due to purulent discharge, subfebrile condition is possible, in this case he should remove the tampons on his own, and then consult a dentist.

During the second session, the tampons remaining after the first session are removed, after which the subgingival tartar is removed. As in the first time, the tampons are injected several times and again leave the last until the next session.

The general course of treatment lasts 3 months. In total, 17-20 sessions are shown, the first 5-6 sessions are carried out with 24-hour breaks, then the intervals are determined by the dentist.

After 5-6 months after the start of therapy, the doctor conducts a control examination of the patient and at least 1-2 times (if necessary, more, depending on the condition of the gums) treats the alveoli with Maraslavin in order to eliminate possible pathogens. A final examination is indicated 12 months after starting treatment.

Side effects

The drug can cause allergic reactions.

If tampons are tightly applied, the outflow of purulent exudate may be disturbed and, as a consequence, the body temperature rises to 37.9 ºС (it normalizes on its own after removing the tampons).


To date, no cases of drug overdose have been registered.

special instructions

During the entire course of treatment, patients are recommended:

  • Do not brush your teeth with a toothbrush with paste and do not use disinfectant rinses (for rinsing, use cool water 2 times a day - morning and evening);
  • Include vitamin-rich foods in the diet;
  • Refrain from eating spicy and irritating foods, such as onions, garlic, nuts;
  • Take vitamins A and C;
  • Avoid prolonged sun exposure.

Influence on the ability to drive vehicles and complex mechanisms

According to the instructions, Maraslavin does not affect the patient's ability to drive various vehicles and perform potentially hazardous activities associated with increased concentration and immediate psychomotor reactions.

Drug interactions

Pharmacological and pharmaceutical interactions of Maraslavin with other medicinal substances have not been described.


Maraslavin's analogs are: Anginophyte, Denta Drops, Dicloran Denta, Oak Bark, Dentinox, Bronsprey, Cholicet, St. Cholisal, T-Sept, Tantum Verde, Tanflex, Forteza, Kalgel, Proposol.

Terms and conditions of storage

Store at temperatures up to 25 ºС out of reach of children.

The shelf life is 3 years.

Terms of dispensing from pharmacies

Available without a prescription.

Reviews about Maraslavin

Numerous reviews about Maraslavin are mostly positive. Patients note the naturalness of the preparation containing phytocomponents and the absence of allergic reactions. However, the effect of its use is often not observed immediately, but some time after the end of the course of therapy. In this case, periodontal disease disappears almost completely. When treating tartar, the remedy well removes gum inflammation, but some people do not like the specific smell and taste of the solution. Sometimes patients claim that they did not notice much improvement in their condition.

Price for Maraslavin in pharmacies

The approximate price for Maraslavin varies in the range from 140 to 200 rubles (for a bottle of 100 ml).

Maraslavin: prices in online pharmacies

Drug name



Maraslavin solution for topical application 100 ml 1 pc.

127 RUB


Maraslavin solution of places. approx. 100ml

171 r


Anna Kozlova
Anna Kozlova

Anna Kozlova Medical journalist About the author

Education: Rostov State Medical University, specialty "General Medicine".

Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!

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