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Acetic alumina, a solution is obtained from sodium aluminate, acetic acid and tartaric acid and can be used medicinally in various ways.
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Acetic alumina has a disinfecting, cooling and astringent effect. Acetic Acid Alumina is used for various inflammatory diseases of the skin and subcutaneous structures. For example, insect bites, blunt injuries, strains, sprains and subcutaneous inflammations. Also for mild dermatitis solaris.
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The acetic alumina is available as a ready-to-use solution. It is diluted with water in a ratio of 1:10 or 1:15 and used as an envelope. However, acetic acid clay is not recommended for the treatment of open wounds (causes burning and wound pain).