Populus Compositum (Prescription Required) - 50 ML by Heel/BHI Homeopathics
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Populus Compositum - 50 ML by BHI HEEL (Prescription Required)
Hemorrhoidal disorders, catarrhal colitis, e.g. colitis mucosa et ulcerosa; pre-operative and post-operative administration in neoplasia, as well as before and after radiotherapy
Podophyllum 2X, Podophyllum 10X, Acidum muriaticum 4X, Acidum muriaticum 10X, Ignatia 3X, Mercurius sublimatus corrosivus 8X ana 0.5 ml. each. Contains 35 Vol.% alcohol.
In general, 10 drops directly on the tongue 3 times daily.
Form in which supplied and package size:
Dropper bottle containing 50 ml.
Pharmacological and clinical notes
Podophyllum (may-apple) Pancreopathy with spurting, painless diarrhea, cholecystopathy, colitis, hemorrhoids
Acidum muriaticum (hydrochloric acid) Chronic gastroenteritis, dyspepsia, hemorrhoids, very sensitive to contact
Ignatia (St. Ignatius' bean) Intestinal colic, colitis, prolapsus ani, hemorrhoids
Mercurius sublimatus corrosivus (mercury (Il) chloride) Suppurations, abscesses, dysentery, colitis, rectal tenesmus
Based on the individual homeopathic constituents of Podophyllum compositum, therapeutical possibilities result not only for the treatment of hemorrhoidal disorders and simple catarrhal colitis as well as colitis mucosa et ulcerosa, but also for the preliminary and after-treatment of neoplasia (pre- and post-operative, as well as before and after radiation therapy), especially when mucous and sanguineous evacuations occur (acute and chronic colitis). Especially indicated is Podophyllum compositum for pains in the right hypogastrium, which radiate into the right thigh. Alternating remedies such as Veratrum-Homaccord (colitis), Diarrheel (gastroenteritis), Nux vomica-Homaccord (rectal tenesmus, constipation with ineffectual straining), Mercurius-Heel (dysenteriform diarrhea), etc. are well adapted to Podophyllum compositum. Since spondylolisthesis can cause or simulate comparable disorders, in painful conditions also the intervertebral origin should always be taken into consideration .
The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the symptoms and the stage of the illness: for preliminary and after-treatment of neoplasia (pre- or post-operative), as well as before- and after radiation therapy, 10 drops 3 times hourly and then only 3 times daily; in acute disorders, shock therapy: 10 drops every 15 minutes. For acute disorders 1 ampule daily, otherwise 1 ampule 1-3 times weekly s.c., i.m., i.v.