Thuya occidentalis 9 CH, sucrose, lactose monohydrate. Granules, 4 g (approx. 80 pellets).
The preparation belongs to the broad category of monoskładnikowych homeopathic medicines. It is in the form of granules for oral use. It contains component contributes to the support function of the body, and is applicable to a wide variety of ailments. Its use but mainly favors the elimination of skin lesions in the form of warts.
- Hypersensitivity to ingredients
It is recommended to use the drug as part of homeopathic treatment in the treatment of various diseases, as recommended by your doctor.Especially recommended alternative, in the case of warts (in addition to drugs targeted to the appearance and location of lesions).
Apply orally at a dose of 10 pellets once a week.
THUJA OVERVIEW INFORMATION
Thuja is a tree. The leaves and leaf oil are used as a medicine.
Thuja is used for respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, bacterial skin infections, and cold sores. It is also used for painful conditions including osteoarthritis and a nerve disorder that affects the face called trigeminal neuralgia.
Some people use thuja to loosen phlegm (as an expectorant), to boost the immune system (as an immunostimulant), and to increase urine flow (as a diuretic). It has also been used to cause abortions.
Thuja is sometimes applied directly to the skin for joint pain, ostearthritis, and muscle pain. Thuja oil is also used for skin diseases, warts, and cancer; and as an insect repellent.
In foods and beverages, thuja is used as a flavoring agent.
In manufacturing, thuja is used as a fragrance in cosmetics and soaps.
How does it work?
Thuja contains chemicals that might fight viruses. It also contains a chemical called thujone that can cause brain problems.
Possibly Effective for:
Common cold. Research suggests that taking a specific product containing vitamin C and extracts of thuja, echinacea, and wild indigo (Esberitox) by mouth for 7-9 days improves cold symptom severity and overall well-being in people moderate cold symptoms.
Insufficient Evidence for:
Cold sores. Early research suggests that taking a specific product containing vitamin C and extracts of thuja, echinacea, and wild indigo (Esberitox) by mouth reduces itchiness, tension, and pain people with cold sores.
Low white blood cell count (leukopenia). Early research suggests that taking a specific product containing vitamin C and extracts of thuja, echinacea, and wild indigo (Esberitox N) by mouth in improves white blood cell counts in people with low numbers of white blood cells after having received chemotherapy for 6 months or less. However, it does not seem to improve white blood cell counts in people who received chemotherapy for longer time periods. Also, other research suggests that Esberitox N does not improve white blood cell counts when used by women receiving radiation treatment.
Nasal swelling (sinusitis). Early research suggests that taking a specific product containing vitamin C and extracts of thuja, echinacea, and wild indigo (Esberitox) by mouth for 20 days improves nasal blockage and general well-being in people with sinusitis who are also taking antibiotics.
Sore throat (tonsillitis). Early research suggests that taking a specific product containing vitamin C and extracts of thuja, echinacea, and wild indigo (Esberitox) by mouth for 2 weeks, along with the antibiotic drug erythromycin, reduces symptoms and improves well-being and recovery in people with tonsillitis better than taking erythromycin alone.
Stimulating immune function.
Use as an insect repellent.
More evidence is needed to rate the effectiveness of thuja for these uses.