Bufferin Luna painkiller for children and teenagers
What is Bufferin Luna Japanese anesthetic medicine for Children?
Bufferin Luna from Japan is a painkiller designed especially for children and teenagers, putting the safety into the first place. This medicine quickly relieves pain, but it does not cause drowsiness. Therefore, it can be given to the child to school or to the sports section. Japanese gynecologists especially recommend Bufferin Luna for painful menstruation for teenager girls.
Japanese painkiller for children Bufferin Luna does not need water to be taken, as the special formula of the shell keeps the capsule until it is dissolved in the stomach, by this, preventing the irritation. And the light fruit taste will allow to give it even to elementary school children without any problems.
Please remember that all painkillers are most effective when taken on time. When a patient suffers pain for a long time, a large number of neurotransmitters are released in their blood and the hormonal balance is disturbed. As a result, the altered biochemical composition makes it difficult for analgesics to work. Therefore, leading Japanese pediatricians recommend taking painkiller for children Bufferin Luna at the initial signs of pain.
Active principles: acetaminophen 100 mg
Amount: 12 tablets
Maker: Lion Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Indications: headache, pain in the shoulders, painful menstruations, toothache, pain in the ears, temperature and chills.
How to take
Take the following amount when in pain.
- 0-7 years old - do not use
- 7-11 years old - 1 tab.
- 11-15 years old - 2 tab.
- 15 years and more - 3 tab.
For adolescents over 15 years old, it is also possible to use adult painkillers. However, one should be strictly taking no more than 3 tablets of this product per day.
Contraindications: Do not use to children under 7 years old, the elderly patients, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.