Cutis compositum

Cutis compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Cutis suis D8, Hepar suis D10, Splen suis D10, Placenta suis D10, Glandula suprarenalis suis D10, Funiculus umbilicalis suis D10,

Thuja occidentalis D8, Galium aparine D6, Selenium D10, Thallium sulfuricum D13, Ignatia D6, Sulfur D10, Cortisonum aceticum D28, Urtica urens D4, Acidum phosphoricum D6, Calcium fluoratum D13, Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni D13, Aesculus hippocastanum D6 Ichthyolum D28, Sanguinarinum nitricum D6, Ledum palustre D4, Arctium lappa D6, Acidum formicicum D198, Pyrogenium-Nosode D198, Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D10, Acidum fumaricum D10, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D10 22 µl each.


Stimulation of the defensive system in cases of dermatitis, dermatosis, allergy, scleroderma, acne vulgaris, erythematodes, dermatomycosis, crusta lactea, condyloma, ecthyma, impetigo contagiosa, neurodermatitis, microsporosis, interdigital mycosis, decubitus, Dupuytren’s contracture, loss of hair, naevi, Quincke’s oedema, elephantiasis.


Known allergy to ammonium bitumen sulphate.

Side effects:

In rare cases, increased flow of saliva may occur after taking this medication. If this happens, the therapist should be consulted.

Interactions with other medication:

None known.


In acute disorders daily, otherwise 1 ampoule 3-1 times weekly 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

Cutis suis (skin)

Stimulation of the dermal function, dermatoses, eczema, rhagades, decubitus and other skin impairments.

Hepar suis (liver)

Stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic functions. Splen suis (spleen)

Stimulation of the splenic function and of the defensive system. Placenta suis (placenta)

Disturbances of the peripheral circulation, decubitus, crural ulcers, eczema. Glandula suprarenalis suis (suprarenal capsule)

Neurodermatitis, rhagades, burns.

Funiculus umbilicalis suis (Wharton’s jelly [umbilical cord])

Stimulation of the connective tissue functions, circulatory disorders, dermatoses. Thuja occidentalis (Arbor vitae)

Constitutional remedy, especially for diseases with a tendency towards proliferative processes such as warts, condylomas, papillomas, polypi, chalazions.

Galium aparine (goosegrass)

Precancerous and neoplasm phases, oedema; promotes granulation. Selenium (selenium)

Loss of hair, acne, eczema.

Thallium sulfuricum (thallium sulphate) Loss of hair (alopecia areata et diffusa).

Ignatia (St. Ignatius’ bean)

Pruritus, urticaria, great sensitivity to draughts. Sulfur (sulphur)

Reagent in all chronic diseases; cellular activity is influenced catalytically: irritating, weeping cutaneous eruptions.

Cortisonum aceticum (cortisone acetate)

Impairment of the cortex of the suprarenal gland, pituitary gland and connective tissue. Urtica urens (small nettle)

Urticarial, irritating dermatosis, uric acid diathesis. Acidum phosphoricum (phosphoric acid)

Physical and mental exhaustion, debilitating hyperhidrosis, alopecia. Calcium fluoratum (calcium fluoride)

Cracked and chapped skin, glandular swellings (of stony hardness), fistulae of the bone.

Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni (mixture containing essentially mercuroamidonitrate) Suppuration, abscesses.

Aesculus hippocastanum (horse chestnut)

Regulates the peripheral circulation, the lymph flow; venous stasis, paraesthesis, varicose veins.


Acne, eczema, dermatosis, injury caused by frost, phlebitis. Sanguinarinum nitricum (sanguinarine nitrate)

Chronic polypi of the nasal mucosa, sensation of soreness of the scalp. Ledum palustre (wild rosemary)

Acne on the forehead, eczemed; antidote for insect stings; coldness of injured parts, rheumatic diathesis.

Arctium lappa (burdock)

Acne, weeping eczema with crust formation, especially when the lymph glands are swollen, malodorous sudoresis of the armpits.

Acidum formicicum (formic acid)

Cell stimulation factor in retoxic phases, skin flushed, irritating, burning; urticaria, general alterative remedy.

Pyrogenium-Nosode (pyrogenium nosode) Suppuration, septic conditions, panaris, decubitus. Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum (a-ketoglutaric acid)

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

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems; dermatosis. Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems; dermatosis, hyperhidrosis. Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Cutis compositum, therapeutic possibilities result for the stimulation of the defensive system and for influencing the homotoxic terrain in the widest variety of skin affections such as dermatitis,  dermatosis, allergies, sclerodermia, acne vulgaris, erythematosus, dermatomycosis, crusta              lactea,     condylomas,              ecthyma, impetigo              contagiosa,              neurodermatitis, microsporia, interdigital mycosis, decubitus, Dupuytren’s contracture, alopecia, naevi, Quincke’s disease, etc. Also for the stimulation of the natural dermal excretory functions, especially when these have been suppressed through cosmetics containing dioxane or hexachlorophene, etc., causing reversal effects or even retoxication (kaolin baths as auxiliary remedy). The organ extracts act as a slide rail for the homoeopathic remedies and the catalysts of the citric acid cycle on disturbed connective tissue and dermal functions, directed towards the most varied skin diseases, e.g. reaction phases such as eczema, acne vulgaris and conglobata, but also alopecia and not least, degenerative phenomena such as sclerodermia, etc.

In cases of degenerative skin diseases, preparations such as Coenzyme compositum ampoules, Thyreoidea compositum, Ubichinon compositum and possibly Glyoxal compositum and quite particularly also Hepar compositum (stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic function) must be administered in addition; for sclerodermia also Placenta compositum and Circulo-Injeel (stimulation of the peripheral circulation); for serious inflammatory symptoms also Echinacea compositum S and Traumeel S. Causticum compositum is indicated after burns (including through X-rays, radium and

telecobalt rays, etc.), for persistent blockage of the dermal functions also Echinacea compositum forte S; for precancerous state, Viscum compositum. The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the disease: at the start of treatment, 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., possibly i.v. daily, alternating with auxiliary remedies, otherwise 1-3 times weekly.