- sodium chloride
- sodium bicarbonate
- protein (animal)
- water for injections
THYREOIDEA, Thymus, Lycopus virginicus, Vespa crabro, Melissa officinalis Composition:
Liquid dilution for injection: 1 ml contains:
Arsenicum album Dil. D5 aquos. 0.1 g (HAB, vs. 5b)
Cuprum sulfuricum dil. D5 aquos. 0.1 g (HAB, method 5b)
Glandula thymi bovis Gl Dil. D4 0.1 g (HAB, method 41a)
Glandula thyreoidea bovis Gl Dil. D31 0.1 g (HAB, method 41a)
Hypophysis bovis Gl Dil. D21 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 41a)
Lycopus virginicus e planta tota ferm 33d Dil. D2 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 33d)
Melissa officinalis ex herba ferm 33c Dil. D3 0.1 g (HAB, Vs. 33c)
Vespa crabro ex animale toto Gl Dil. D5 0.1g (HAB, vs. 41c)
Areas of application:
Registered homeopathic medicinal product of the anthroposophic type of therapy, therefore without indication of a therapeutic indication.
The drug should not be used in case of hypersensitivity to the donor animal protein.
Precautions for use and warnings:
There is insufficient documented experience with the use of this medicine in children. It should therefore not be used in children under 12 years of age.
Dosage and method of administration:
Unless otherwise prescribed, inject 1 ml subcutaneously once a week to once a day.
Duration of use:
The duration of treatment requires consultation with the doctor.
Acidum arsenicosum benefits:
Uses for symptomatic relief of: itching, dry, rough and scaly skin, eczema and psoriasis, wasting and weakness, sensitive skin, poor digestion, anxiety and nervousness.
Cuprum sulfuricum benefits:
It provides effective relief from unbearable pain in the forehead with severe pain in the root of the nose. It is useful in treating abdominal disorders such as chronic cases of nausea and vomiting and can also be used in treating chronic diarrhoea with ulceration.
Lycopus virginicus benefits:
It was also used for anxiety, insomnia, and respiratory ailments such as pneumonia, bronchitis, hemoptysis, and chronic cough.
Melissa officinalis benefits:
Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), a member of the mint family, is considered a calming herb. It was used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety, promote sleep, improve appetite, and ease pain and discomfort from indigestion (including gas and bloating, as well as colic)