QUASSIA, Taraxacum officinale, Mucuna pruriens, Vipera berus

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QUASSIA SIMILIAPLEX Taraxacum officinale, Mucuna pruriens, Vipera berus mixture

Homeopathic medicine.


Active QUASSIA, Taraxacum officinale, Mucuna pruriens, Vipera berus ingredients


  • 150 mg Picrasma excelsa, Quassia amara Urtink
  • 150 mg Silybum marianum Urtink
  • 150 mg Taraxacum officinale D3
  • 100 mg Juglans cinerea D3
  • 150 mg Veronicastrum virginicum D3
  • 100 mg Myrica cerifera D3
  • 100 mg Mucuna pruriens D3
  • 100 mg Vipera berus D8

Auxiliary QUASSIA, Taraxacum officinale, Mucuna pruriens, Vipera berus materials

  • Ethanol

Homeopathic medicinal product, therefore without a therapeutic indication.

Picrasma excelsa benefits:

Still on the digestive system, Picrasma Excelsa is also used to treat or control and correct abnormal feeding habits such as anorexia and poor appetite. The herb can also be used to remedy convalescent debility. Using the herb has been observed to help in boosting digestion as well as the appetite of an individual.

Quassia amara benefits:

Quassia is used for treating an eating disorder called anorexia, indigestion, constipation, and fever. It is also used to rid the intestines of various kinds of worms; as a tonic or purgative; and as a mouthwash.

What is Silybum marianum used for?

Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is an herbal supplement used to treat liver and biliary disorders. Silymarin, a mixture of flavanoid complexes, is the active component that protects liver and kidney cells from toxic effects of drugs, including chemotherapy.

Taraxacum officinale benefits:

What is Taraxacum officinale used for?

While many people think of the dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) as a pesky weed, it is chock full of vitamins A, B, C, and D, as well as minerals, such as iron, potassium, and zinc. Dandelion leaves are used to add flavor to salads, sandwiches, and teas.

Juglans cinerea benefits:

Medicinal Uses
Butternut was used by various native North American Indian tribes as a laxative and tonic remedy to treat a variety of conditions including rheumatic and arthritic joints, headaches, dysentery, constipation and wounds.

Veronicastrum virginicum benefits:

Native Americans used the root for its properties as a laxative and emetic. They believed that the root cured typhus and “bilious” fevers, chills, diarrhea, constipation, seizures, and that it aided women in labor. V. virginicum is used to treat diarrhea and chronic dysentery.

Myrica cerifera benefits:

The root bark and berries are used to make medicine. Some people take bayberry for head colds, painful and swollen intestines (colitis), diarrhea, and nausea. In large amounts, bayberry is used to cause vomiting. Some people also use it to stimulate the circulatory system.

Mucuna Uses and Benefits
  • Promotes a healthy nervous system. ...
  • Supports the brain and intellect. ...
  • Supports motor skills and coordination. ...
  • Revitalizes the reproductive system. ...
  • Supports healthy digestion and elimination. ...
  • Provides significant nutritional content. ...
  • Natural source of levodopa (L-dopa).