Rheumatism, muscular problems
Rheumatism includes any of a large number of inflammatory conditions of the bursa, joints, ligaments, or muscles characterized by pain, limitation of movement, and structural degeneration of single or multiple parts of the musculoskeletal system. The disability arises from a variety of causes, among which is auto-intoxication or self-poisoning.
Calcarea phosphorica 3X
Ferrum phosphoricum 3X
Rheumatism begins with a measure of congestion and inflammation. If this can be broken up promptly, a serious attack may be averted. For this to be achieved the tissue salt Ferrum phosphoricum is essential as an oxygen-carrier of the blood and thus allows tissues to “breathe” and to dispose of their waste products. It is a useful first-aid remedy for acute attacks of rheumatism.
Kali sulphuricum 3X
Magnesia phosphorica 3X
Natrum sulphuricum 3X
In rheumatic ailments, all the eliminative organs are involved, which include the kidneys, liver, bowels, lungs, and the skin. In these types of conditions there is congestion in the body’s waste transport system; the organs concerned are lacking in tone and efficiency. The tissue salt Natrum sulphuricum vitalizes the transport system in the body. It brings about the removal of the toxic fluids, which are the normal result of the chemical exchanges constantly taking place in the living tissue cells. Auto-intoxication occurs when these waste products build up in the blood and tissues.
R1, R11, R30, R46, R61, R73, R80, Omegaline, DoluperineIngredients
Calcarea phosphorica……………… 3X
Ferrum phosphoricum…………….. 3X
Kali sulphuricum……………………. 3X
Magnesia phosphorica…………….. 3X
Natrum sulphuricum………………. 3X
Non-medicinal ingredients: Croscarmellose sodium, monohydrate lactose, magnesium stearate.Dosage
Adults and children 12 years & older 4 tablets; children (6-11 years) 2 tablets; children (1-5 years) 1 tablet, all ages take 4 times daily or as directed by a health care practitioner. For children under 5 years of age, dissolve tablet in water.Cautions and warning
For more information please consult your health care practitioner.DIN-HM 80002502