Diathesis, exudative (swelling tendencies)

Diathesis, exudative (swelling tendencies)

(Lymphodermal reaction or deposition phase, possibly ectodermal reaction phase: skin affections)

Lymphomyosot 8-10 drops at 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

Calcoheel 1 tablet at 12 noon and 8 p.m. Cruroheel S (in place of Calcoheel)

possibly both preparations taken together 2-4-6 times daily. Psorinoheel (constitutional alterative therapy)

Traumeel S tablets (anti-inflammatory, antisuppurative action) Graphites-Homaccord (in skin affections)

Schwef-Heel (intermediate remedy for energetic sulphur therapy) Galium-Heel (detoxicating agent)

Hepeel (stimulation of the hepatic function) Viburcol in acute exacerbation

Rhododendroneel S (nocturnal unrest, sensitivity to weather) Injection therapy

Traumeel S i.m., s.c., i.v., possibly with Psorinoheel, alternating, Euphorbium compositum S injection solution (sinus affections), possibly also Sinusitis-Nosode- Injeel and Polypus nasalis-Injeel, possibly also Otitis-media-Nosode-Injeel (forte)

(adenoids), Sutoxol-Injeel (forte) (reactant in Iymphatism), Salmonella typhi-Injeel and Salmonella paratyphi B-Injeel (forte), further Bacterium lactis aerogenes-Injeel (forte), also Medorrhinum-Injeel (forte) for adenoids and Iymphatism

Coenzyme compositum (enzyme damage after antibiotics, etc.), possibly also the collective pack of Catalysts of the citric acid cycle (according to prescription) or also Acidum L(+)-asparagicum-Injeel, Acidum DL-malicum-Injeel, Baryum oxalaceticum- Injeel, Acidum succinicum-Injeel etc., possibly with Histamin-Injeel at intervals Cerebrum compositum (disturbances in mental development)

Echinacea compositum S (chronic reaction phases, to stimulate the defensive system in chronic tonsillitis, etc.)

Tonsilla compositum as constitutional remedy once weekly i.m. or in place of this, Glandula Iymphatica suis-Injeel and Cutis_suis_Injeel once weekly i.m., in addition Graphites-Homaccord, Psorinoheel and Hepeel

See also cradle cap, dermatitis, dermatoses, scrofulosis, polyps, mononucleosis, etc.

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