HYDROCHINONE Injeel forte ampoules 10 pcs, bronchial asthma, dermatoses, precancerous condition
Homeopathic bronchial asthma, dermatoses, precancerous condition medicine.
Physiologically, hydroquinone is formed in the course of oxidative phosphorylation, when it is rapidly reconverted to quinone by cytochrome B.
Disturbances in the utilization of oxygen, e.g. in impregnation phases, such as bronchial asthma and dermatoses (diseases of the skin especially one that does not cause inflammation), as well as in precancerous conditions.
active HYDROCHINONE Injeel forte, bronchial asthma, dermatoses, precancerous condition ingredients
- 1.1 ml Hydroquinum D8,D12,D30,D200 per 0.275 ml
HYDROCHINONE Injeel forte, bronchial asthma, dermatoses, precancerous condition excipients
- sodium chloride
- water for injections
Precautions for use:
Like all medicines, homeopathic medicines should only be used during pregnancy and breastfeeding after consulting your doctor.
General note: The effect of a homeopathic medicinal product can be adversely affected by generally damaging lifestyle factors and by stimulants and stimulants. If you use other medicines, ask your doctor.
Dosage and method of administration HYDROCHINONE Injeel forte, bronchial asthma, dermatoses, precancerous condition:
Unless otherwise prescribed:
The application requires an individual dosage by a homeopathically experienced therapist. In the context of self-medication, 1-2 ml iv, im or sc should therefore only be injected once parenterally. To continue the therapy, it is recommended to contact a homeopathically experienced therapist.
Duration of treatment:
Even homeopathic medicines should not be used for a long period of time without medical advice.
Note: When using a homeopathic medicine, the existing symptoms can temporarily worsen (initial aggravation). In this case, you should stop taking the medicine and consult your doctor. If you notice any side effects, please tell your doctor or pharmacist.
For medicines: Read the leaflet on the risks and side effects and ask your doctor or pharmacist.