What is Hepar Sulph is used for?
SBL Hepar Sulphur Dilution is helpful against glandular inflammation and eruptions. It relieves bleeding from the mouth and is effective against mouth and gum pains. It helps in reducing painful neck swelling and burning itching sensation in the body.
How do you take Hepar Sulph?
(adults/children) Dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a physician. (adults/children) Dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a physician.
What is the use of Sulphur 200 in homeopathy?
Information about SBL Sulphur Dilution 200 CH It is made from sulphur springs which are well suitable for skin ailments such as pain, redness, burning, and inflammation. It is from mineral kingdom. It is also beneficial in treatment of stomach disorders like acidity and gastric issues.
What is natrum Mur 6X used for?
Information about SBL Natrum Muriaticum Biochemic Tablet 6X It acts as an anti-inflammatory agent and reduces swelling of the rectum which causes severe pain after passing stool and treats conditions associated with it such as constipation and contraction of the anus.
What is Merc sol good for?
Mercurius solubilis (Merc. sol) is a commonly used homoeopathic remedy for mouth-throat infections, catarrh, eye, ear infections, and fever. In homoeopathy, Merc. sol is also known as quicksilver or black oxide of mercury.
What are uses of Merc Sol in homeopathy?
Background: Mercurius solubilis (Merc. sol) is a known, accepted homoeopathic medicine for the treatment of various mouth, throat, eye, and ear infections. Previous studies suggested that Merc. sol has anti-inflammatory properties which could be beneficial in memory impairment.
What is hepar Sulph used for?
Homeopathic medicine Hepar Sulph is prepared by trituration of sulphide of calcium obtained by burning the white interior of oyster shells with pure flowers of sulphur. As a homeopathic medicine, it is majorly used to treat cold, ear infections, sore throat, tonsillitis, cough, asthma and skin complaints with pus discharges.
What is the remedial diagnosis of hepar sulphur?
Remedial diagnosis: Hepar Sulph. 1) First visit (1-3-2017): Hepar sulph 200, 3 doses per day, for 7 days. Patient was advised to keep the area clean. Avoid tight dressing. Also informed them to inform the changes on regular basis, especially about temperature and the condition of ulcer.
What does hepar Sulph feel like?
Those who need Hepar Sulph feel chilly, hate drafts and dislike being touched. They are irritable, easily angered, and over-sensitive to pain. Even the thought of pain or injury makes them cringe or shiver.
Why is hepar sulphis not an antibiotic?
Hepar sulphis not really an antibiotic, because it doesn’t produce any side effects. It is also cost-effective and doesn’t cause anaphylactic reactions. It will not lead to long-term gut dysbiosis.