Volini 50 MG Spray is a commonly used painkiller that is anti-inflammatory in nature. This is manufactured by Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited.
Volini 50 MG Spray falls under the category of non-steroid anti-inflammatory medication. It is used to treat inflammation and pain. It is an external use medication and is also available in the form of a gel for direct application.
Volini 50 MG Spray is packaged as a solution in Spray bottles. The following are the active ingredients in the solution:
Each of the active ingredients has a particular function in pain relief.
The Spray is formulated for instant relief from the following kinds of pain:
The side-effects of Volini 50 MG Spray are very rare but possible. Even though they are rare, some of them may lead to drastic outcomes. On the observance of any of the side-effects, a doctor must be consulted immediately.
Volini Spray does not cause any internal side-effects or reactions.
The dosage and duration prescribed by the doctor must be followed. Generally, the Spray is used as and when the pain occurs. In case of mild pain, sprains or strains, it is advised to be used twice a day.
In case of persistent pain in adults, it should be used three to four times a day along with oral medications to address the main disorder causing the pain. In children above 12 years old, it can be used two times a day under adult supervision.
Your hands should be thoroughly washed before and after using the Spray. The area of the skin to be treated should be cleaned before using the Spray.
Menthol present in the Spray has cooling effects and cools the heat generated due to inflammation from the affected area. Linseed oil moisturizes and protects the skin and controls the burning sensation on the skin that is likely to occur while using this Spray.
The other active ingredients Methyl Salicylate and Diclofenac Diethylammonium perform the following functions:
The following are the precautions that have to be followed while using Volini 50 MG Spray:
The following medications have the same composition and functions of Volini 50 MG Spray and hence can be used as a substitute:
Volini 50 MG Spray may interact with certain drugs. While some interactions may lead to the increased risk of side-effects, some may weaken the strength of the medication. Volini Spray interacts with the following drugs (some of them even when taken orally):
Though Volini Spray is only meant for external application, all the drugs consumed regularly or otherwise should be discussed with the prescribing doctor. This includes supplements and herbal medicines as well.
Ans: Yes. Since Volini 50 MG Spray is only meant for external application, it can be used even during pregnancy, but not on chapped or dry skin.
Ans: No. No cases of addiction have been reported with Volini 50 MG Spray. All addictive drugs are classified under Schedule H or Schedule X in India. Read the content on the product’s packaging to know more about the classification and the type of your drug.
Ans: Yes. Volini 50 MG Spray can be used on skin that is pigmented. Avoid using it on cuts, wounds and acne.
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