Benefits: Drainage remedy, prostatitis, nephrolithiasis, renal calculi, Albuminuria, nephrosis and chronic nephritis.
Inflammatory conditions of the kidneys, renal calculi, sharp, stinging pains in the kidneys (renal area), pains in the sacral region. Peritonitis, metritis, piercing pains in the bladder; cystitis, cystopyelitis, burning sensations upon urination, turbid, yellow urine.
Detailed Description: This innovative supplement has the following composition and the action of its ingredients is described as well.
Ingredients: Berberis vulgaris D4, Cantharis D4, Dulcamara D4, Equisetum hyemale D6, Eupatorium purpureum D3, Ethanol, Aqua purificata.:
Berberis vulgaris: Sharp, stitching or colicky pains which originate in the renal region and radiate, pains are worse from pressure; pains in the sacral region, low back pain; rigidity and numbness of the back; painful renal calculi; cystitis.
Cantharis: Dull pains in the renal region; burning pains during urination, dysuria and tenesmus. Urine is passed drop by drop, appearance of urine is albuminous, blood-tinged; cystitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis.
Dulcamara: Irritation of the bladder; constant and painful urge to urinate; during urinating, there is an abundance or lack of urine, urine is offensive, coloured, and albuminous. Paralysis of the bladder which is aggravated by cold, damp weather; specific effect on the cystic mucosa; cystitis, nephritis.
Equisetum hyemale: Exerts similar effects on the kidneys and bladder as Cantharis, due to its content of silica. However, there is less bladder tenesmus and hemorrhagic urine. Enuresis; bladder irritation (mainly in women); excessive elimination of uric acid (causing pain during urination); cystitis.
Eupatorium purpureum: Indicated in cases of bladder irritation and urinary tract infection; frequent urge to urinate, painful urination, with an abundance of, or lack of urine; urine is coloured and albuminous; characteristic dull renal pains; sensation of pressure in the bladder.
Dosage: In acute cystitis and cystopyelitis, 10 drops in some water initially administered hourly, subsequently may be administered in 2 hour intervals. Upon the improvement of symptoms, administer 5-10 drops in some water 3-4 times daily.
In chronic cystitis, cystopyelitis and bacteriuria: administer 5-10 drops in some water 2-3 times daily before meals, until symptoms subside.
In irritation of the bladder: 5-10 drops in some water once or twice daily.
Clinical experiences: Regarded as a drainage formula. Acutely, may be administered in alternation with R1 every 30-60 minutes. On a chronic basis as a drainage remedy, 5-10 drops 3 times daily for 4-6 weeks.
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