Cor compositum

Cor compositum

Injection solution


Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Cor suis D8, Hepar suis D8, Crataegus D6, Arnica montana D4, Ignatia D6, Arsenicum album D8, g-Strophanthinum D8, Naja naja D10, Ranunculus bulbosus D6, Cactus D3, Glonoinum D4, Kalium carbonicum D4, Kalmia latifolia D4, Spigelia anthelmia D10, Carbo vegetabilis D18, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D8, Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D8, Acidum fumaricum D8, Acidum DL-malicum D8, Acidum sarcolacticum D6 22 µl each.


Stimulation of the defence system in cases of coronary circulation disorders, following myocardial infarction, for cases of myocardial insufficiency, cardiac insufficiency, endarteritis obliterans, hypertension, gastrocardiac syndrome, tendency to pulmonary oedemas, status post emboliam, emphysema, arrhythmia cordis, angina pectoris, athletic heart.


In acute disorders daily, otherwise 3-1 times weekly 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d., or if necessary i.v.

Package sizes:

Packs containing 5, 10, 50 and 100 ampoules of 2.2 ml.

Pharmacological and clinical notes

Cor suis (heart)

Disturbances of coronary circulation, cardiac insufficiency. Hepar suis (liver)

Liver damage and deficient liver detoxication. Crataegus (whitethorn)

Coronary insufficiency, senile heart, preinsufficiency, angina pectoris, post-infectious and focal-toxic myocardial weakness, complementary remedy to cardiac glycosides.

Arnica montana (mountain arnica)

Vascular tone; post-apoplectic paresis and muscular pains. Ignatia (St. Ignatius’ bean)

Dyspnea, inability to breathe deeply, sensation of globus, exogenous depression, lability of mood.

Arsenicum album (white arsenic)

Myocardial exhaustion, restlessness, anxiety. g-Strophanthinum (g-Strophanthin)

Cardiac/circulatory insufficiency, pulsation through the whole body, tachycardia. Naja naja (spectacled snake)

Myocarditis, endocarditis, dyspnea, collapse (with cold limbs) through cardiac weakness.

Ranunculus bulbosus (bulbous crowfoot)

Rheumatic and muscular pains, arthralgia, stabbing pains in the chest. Cactus (Queen-of-the-night)

Stenocardia, angina pectoris with sensation of tightness, endocarditis, pericarditis, stabbing pains in the heart, rushes of blood to the head.

Glonoinum (nitroglycerol)

Angina pectoris with anxiety, feeling of annihilation, palpitations extending to the neck. Kalium carbonicum (potassium carbonate)

Arrhythmia cordis, myocardial weakness, remedy for debility. Kalmia latifolia (mountain laurel)

Stabbing pains in the heart, radiating into the right arm; tachycardia. Spigelia anthelmia (Indian pink)

Stabbing pains in the heart, periodical stabbing pains in the left side of the chest, angina pectoris, pericarditis, endocarditis, stenocardia.

Carbo vegetabilis (wood charcoal)

Collapse and circulatory failure, e.g. in apoplexia cerebri, dyspnea. Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems. Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum (a-ketoglutaric acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems. Acidum fumaricum (fumaric acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle, dyspnea. Acidum DL-malicum (malic acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, myocardial weakness, athlete’s heart.

Acidum sarcolacticum (sarcolactic acid)

Acid/base regulation in the connective tissue and myocardium.

Due to the heart and liver extract, molecular components are made available for disturbed organ functions, as well as antihomotoxic effects for disorders of these organs being achieved in the form of the simile effect. The plant extracts, primarily, provide a cardiac tonic and normalize the disturbed circulation, while, by means of Glonoinum and other constituents, the important regulation of the myocardial circulation, with a reduction of myocardial damage, is achieved, which mechanism is simultaneously supported by the catalysts of the citric acid cycle. In particular, a predisposition towards infarction is not only averted by means of g-strophanthin but also with the aid of the other constituents, especially Acidum sarcolacticum, when, in the simile and reversal effect, the acidification in the regions of the myocardium where the circulation is poor, is lowered.

As auxiliary remedies to Cor compositum the following are especially suitable: Hepar compositum as well as Rauwolfia compositum (hypertonic patients), possibly also Placenta compositum (peripheral circulation) as well as Testis compositum ampoules (for men) or Ovarium compositum (for women); where there is a danger of myocardial infarction, and where infarction has already occurred, Cactus compositum (also orally), also Carbo compositum. As post infarctum therapy, alternating injections of Strophanthus compositum, Cactus compositum, Cor compositum and Carbo compositum are also suitable. After the infarction, orally, the following can be considered: Cactus compositum S, Cardiacum-Heel, Veratrum-Homaccord (collapse, cold sweat), Vomitusheel (nausea, sickness), Cralonin drops, possibly also Aurumheel N drops (myocardial weakness), further, Pectus-Heel, Glonoin-Homaccord, also Injeel single remedies as ampoules to be taken orally, especially Carbo vegetabilis (forte)- Injeel or Carbo compositum.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Cor compositum, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of coronary circulatory disorders, after-treatment of myocardial infarction, cardiac insufficiency (toxic, infectious, etc.), endarteritis obliterans, hypotonia, gastrocardiac syndrome, tendency towards pulmonary oedema, for emphysema, arrhythmia cordis, angina pectoris and other disturbances of the cardiac function; athlete’s heart. The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical appearance and the stage of the illness: for acute disorders, 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., or possibly i.v. daily, otherwise once to three times weekly, alternating with auxiliary remedies.