Hepar compositum

Hepar compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Hepar suis D8, Cyanocobalaminum D4, Duodenum  suis D10, Thymus suis D10, Colon suis D10, Vesica fellea suis D10, Pankreas suis D10, China D4, Lycopodium clavatum D4, Chelidonium majus D4, Carduus marianus D3, Histaminum D10, Sulfur D13, Avena sativa D6, Fel tauri D8, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D10, Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D10, Acidum DL-malicum D10, Acidum fumaricum D10, Acidum alpha-liponicum D8, Acidum oroticum D6, Cholesterinum D10, Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni D28, Taraxacum officinale D4, Cynara scolymus D6, Veratrum album D4 22 µl each.


Stimulation of the detoxicating function of the liver in acute and chronic diseases of the liver/gall, e.g. cholangitis and cholecystitis; in functional disorders of the liver of toxic origin as cause or result of other diseases, in hypercholesteremia, erythematodes,  toxic exanthema, dermatosis and dermatitis, neurodermitis and for the stimulation of the liver cell functioning.


In general, 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d., or, if necessary, i.v., 3-1 times weekly.

Package sizes:

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

Pharmacological and clinical notes

Cyanocobalaminum (Vitamin B12)

Damage to the liver parenchyma, disturbance of the detoxicating hepatic function, disturbance of the fat and carbohydrate metabolism.

Hepar suis (liver)

Stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic function. Duodenum suis (duodenum)

Duodenitis, duodenal ulcers, gastrocardiac syndrome. Thymus suis (thymus gland)

Stimulation of the lymphatic system, neoplasm phases, disturbances to growth and development.

Colon suis (large intestine)

Stimulates the detoxicating and secretory processes, intestinal stasis, intestinal tenesmus, colitis mucosa et ulcerosa.

Vesica fellea suis (gall bladder) Chronic cholangitis and cholecystitis. Pankreas suis (pancreas)

Pancreopathy, chronic enteritis, marasmus, cachexia. China (Peruvian bark)

Remedy for debility, flatulent colic, biliary colic, enlargement of liver, gastroduodenitis. Lycopodium clavatum (club-moss)

Diseases of the hepatic and cystic ducts, loss of appetite or Iycorexia, meteorism, pale yellowish complexion.

Chelidonium majus (celandine)

Cholelithiasis, cholecystitis, cholangitis, biliary colic, pain under the right shoulder blade, hepatopathy.

Carduus marianus (milk thistle)

Liver damage, congestion of the portal vein, biliary colic, haemorrhoids. Histaminum (histamine)

To support the detoxicating function, increased glandular secretion, eczema and dermatosis.

Sulfur (sulphur)

Reagent in all chronic diseases; cellular activity is influenced catalytically. Avena sativa (common oats)

Nervous exhaustion; recommended for manias. Fel tauri (ox bile)

Diseases of the liver and gall bladder, cholelithiasis. Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems; intolerance to fats and albumin.

Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum (a-ketoglutaric acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems; feeling of weakness. Acidum DL-malicum (malic acid)

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

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems; conditions of exhaustion. Acidum alpha-liponicum (thioctic acid)

Coenzyme in the decomposition of pyruvic acid. Orotic acid (lactic acid)

Liver damage. Cholesterinum (cholesterol)

Cholelithiasis, cirrhosis of the liver, cancer of the liver.

Calcium carbonicum Hahnemanni (inner white part of the oyster shell)

Conditions of exhaustion, pain in the epigastrium upon contact, persistent flatulence, biliary colic.

Taraxacum officinale (dandelion)

Cholecystopathy, hepatopathy with and without jaundice, meteorism, flatulence, congestion of the portal vein, gastritis.

Cynara scolymus (globe artichoke)

Stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic function and of diuresis; tonic. Veratrum album (white hellebore)

Affections starting feverishly, chronic vomiting, diarrhoea, conditions of collapse.  Based    on the individual  homoeopathic constituents of Hepar compositum, therapeutical possibilities result for the stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic function

in acute and chronic effectations of the liver and gall bladder, e.g. for cholangitis, cholecystitis; also, however, of disturbances of the hepatic function of toxic origin: cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis epidemica, as well as disturbances of the hepatic function as the cause or consequence of other diseases; for hypercholesterinaemia, erythematosus, toxic exanthema, dermatosis and dermatitis, neurodermatitis, and to stimulate the functions of the liver cells.

The active substances combined in Hepar compositum, such as Vitamin B12, organ extracts and homoeopathic medicaments particularly aimed at the hepatic functions, complement themselves synergistically with potentiated action.

The action of Hepar compositum can be increased by the intermediate administration of Ubichinon compositum ampoules, Coenzyme compositum ampoules and possibly Thyreoidea compositum (antineoplastic action).

If the disorders are located more in the left side of the epigastrium or alternate from side to side, intermediate injections of Momordica compositum, Ceanothus- Homaccord, possibly also Leptandra compositum, and if there is a suspicion of neoplasia, also Podophyllum compositum as well as Viscum compositum (medium, forte), etc. are indicated.

Alternating injections with Hepeel, Injeel-Chol and possibly Chelidonium-Homaccord exert a favourable action; for suitable symptoms, possibly also with Nux vomica- Homaccord. The latter preparations should also be administered, according to the symptoms in each case, orally with Chelidonium-Homaccord.

Alternating remedies for intestinal stasis are Leptandra compositum, Momordica compositum, Nux vomica-Homaccord and Papaver-Injeel forte, and possibly also Dioscorea-Injeel forte.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: initially 1 ampoule s.c., i.m., possibly i.v. 3 times weekly; in the further course of treatment 1 ampoule s.c. only once to twice weekly, alternating with auxiliary remedies.