Vegetable drops "Cholagol": instructions for use

Drug description

Substances in the composition of "HOLOGOLA" for the most part have a vegetable origin and have anti-inflammatory, choleretic, disinfecting and laxative effects.
Peppermint and eucalyptus, which are part of Holagol, provide choleretic effect, while improving the flow of bile from the liver and providing an anti-inflammatory effect. The laxative effect of HOLOGOLA is due to the presence of frangulaemodine in the composition of the drug.


"Kholagol" is indicated for patients with cholelithiasis, cholangitis and cholecystitis, and these vegetable drops can be useful in chronic liver disease and the postoperative period, when biliary tract operations have been performed.

Admission Rules

Consume "Kholagaol", dripping it on a piece of sugar, as a rule, no more than five to ten drops, but with exacerbations, the dose may increase to twenty drops. Holagol is taken three times a day, thirty minutes before meals.
Children who have reached the age of twelve may use “Holagol” on an equal basis with adults, but the daily dose should not exceed thirty drops. The course of treatment with Holagolom lasts from one to six weeks, however, the drug can be used periodically, for example, only for colic and painful attacks.

Contraindications and side effects

Vegetable drops "Kholagaol" not shown to everyone, there are contraindications. The drug should not be taken in children under the age of twelve, pregnant and lactating women, people with severe kidney disease and disorders of the hepatobiliary system. Also, “Kholagol” should not be taken by those who have allergic reactions to the drug components
The side effects of HOLOGOLA are small, only in minor cases, the effects of taking the drug, such as nausea, heartburn and vomiting, are recorded. The exceptions are cases when “Holagol” was used by children under twelve years of age - in this case, the drug can cause fatty degeneration of the liver and encephalopathy.
It should be borne in mind that in the composition of “Cholagola” more than eleven percent of alcohol, and its use is not desirable for people with liver diseases, epilepsy, suffering from chronic alcoholism, brain diseases.
A significant overdose of Cholagola can cause fever, nausea, and respiratory failure. For symptoms of overdose, induce vomiting, flush the stomach and take activated charcoal.
In the absence of contraindications, Kholagol has no negative effects on the human body and is well tolerated. It does not cause drowsiness and does not affect the performance when performing work that requires a high level of concentration, for example, driving a car. Store “Kholagol” at room temperature, the shelf life is three years.