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Support of the organism for the function of the nose and upper respiratory tract.


November 20, 2021


Active substance to be used as starting raw material for the compounding of officinal homeopathic medicine, according to the official homeopathic pharmacopoeias, without indications / conclusive description resulting from repertorizing:

Support of the organism for the function of the nose and upper respiratory tract.

Dosage: 3 tablets every day orally.

Specific information: Side-effects never manifested. No homeopathic medicine has ever been recalled from circulation due to side-effects or adverse effects. Homeopathic medicines have never manifested synergy when administered simultaneously with any chemical or other medicine.

Recommendation: Before starting any non prescription drug your health condition must be recently fully examined and diagnosed clinicaly and laboratory so as not to be any need for further examination.

Attention: Consult your physician immediately if symptoms persist or worsen.



Product Description

Scientific documentation:

1. Repertorizing hints as of appendix a:

Coryza, concomitant complaints, nasal discharge,
watery, yellowish, burning, greenish, grey, mucus,
nose obstructed / nose sneezing, respiration,
asthmatic, marked by prolonged wheezing on
exhalation, difficult, oppressed breathing, rattling,
with noise of mucus, taste diminished, agg. Coryza
during, suppression of / nose, catarrh, air open
amel., dump weather, dry chronic, extents to
frontal sinuses, one-sided, post nasal, acrid, dry in
warm room, fluent in open air, cold air agg., from
a draft of, annual hay fever, spring in, asthmatic
breathing, cough with, croup with, discharge with
fluent, open air amel., alternating sides, cold room,
warm room, windy weather, discharge without,
alternating with fluent, from least contact of cold
air, spring / violent attacks, walking amel., discharge
clear, copious, excoriating, gelatinous, glue-like,
watery, whitish, obstruction, air in the open amel.
/ nose, acrid discharge from nose, catarrhs, nasopharyngeal,
with general morning agg., coryza,
alternating dry and blue, clear watery, yellowish,
slimy, discharges, corroding, one-sided, sneezing,
violent, from slightest exposure, expectoration,
morning with and evening without expectoration,
night with and day without expectoration / nose,
ineffectual efforts to sneeze, nasal catarrh, nasal
discharges, offensive, slimy, flocculent, nosecoryza,
alternate days on, bathing, beer after, draft,
menses during, spring time, temperature change
of, uncovering, weather changes of, wet getting
/ catarrh, acrid discharge makes upper lip sore,
sneezing with, stuffed condition with, and flushes
at root of nose, smell, diminished, blunted, impaired,
loss of, catarrh of frontal sinuses in, coryza in /

2. Materia medica reference as of appendix b

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