100 g cont.: Cistus canadensis D4, Arum maculatum D4, Melilotus officinalis D3, Vinca minor D3, Veronica officinalis D3, Mercurius bijodatus D8, Ammonium carbonicum D3, Lemna minor D3 5 g each; Cinnabaris D8, Sticta D4, Phosphorus D6, Kalium bichromicum D5, Hydrastis canadensis D4, Natrium tetrachloroauratum D6 10 g each. Contains 35 vol.-% alcohol.
Acute and chronic rhinitis with or without sinusitis.
Hypersensitivity to chromium. The preparation includes an iodine-containing ingredient.
In cases of thyroid disorder with reduced
iodine tolerance use only on the advice of a physician.
Skin reactions or, rarely, excess salivation after ingestion; in this case the therapist should be consulted.
Interactions with other medication:
In general, 10 drops 3 times daily; in acute disorders, initially 10 drops every 15 minutes, over a period lasting up to two hours.
Drop bottles containing 30 and 100 ml.
Pharmacological and clinical notes
Cistus canadensis (Canadian rock rose)
Dry pharyngitis, tonsillitis, sensitivity to cold and great tendency towards chills. Arum maculatum (cuckoo-pint)
Pharyngitis, laryngitis, hay fever, bulbar syndrome, particularly sialorrhoea. Melilotus officinalis (melilot)
Blocked, dry, crusted nose; congestive headache, improved after nasal haemorrhage. Vinca minor (lesser periwinkle)
Stomatitis, glossitis, eczema with crust formation. Veronica officinalis (speedwell)
Mercurius bijodatus (mercury (ll) iodide)
Acute and chronic angina, particularly viral; acute rhinitis, tonsillar hyperplasia. Ammonium carbonicum (ammonium carbonate)
Chronic rhinitis, possibly with nasal haemorrhages (when washing); congestive catarrh, tonsillitis.
Lemna minor (duckweed)
Atrophic rhinitis, anosmia, nasal polypi, as adjuvant in ozena.
Polysinusitis with malodorous secretions, otitis externa, pains in and around the eyeball.
Dry mucosa, e.g. in rhinitis, laryngopharyngitis, bronchitis, pertussis. Phosphorus (phosphorus)
Bronchopneumonia, laryngitis with hoarseness, nasal haemorrhages. Kalium bichromicum (potassium bichromate)
Viscid, ropy secretions from the mucosa; chronic catarrh of the nose, middle ear, ear passages; (poly-)sinusitis, stomatitis aphthosa and, in particular, ulcerosa.
Hydrastis canadensis (golden seal)
Thick, viscid, ropy, yellowish-white secretions from the nose or sinuses; ozena with ulceration of the septum.
Natrium tetrachloroauratum (aurum chloratum natronatum) Hyperosmia, ozena, rhinitis.
Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Naso-Heel S, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of rhinitis acuta et chronica, including in the course of viral infectious diseases, in influenza, the common cold, measles or rubella, as well as infections
caused by bacteria; rhinitis arising from physical influences (heat, dryness, the effect of dust, also coryza arising from a chill); rhinitis allergica = anaphylactica = hay fever, rhinitis vasomotorica (nervosa), rhinitis hyperplastica (obstructed nasal respiration) and atrophicans (ozena), anosmia, hyposmia, sinusitis; as auxiliary remedy for dacrocystitis.
The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: in acute disorders, massive initial-dose therapy: 10 drops every 15 minutes; for further treatment, 10 drops 3 times daily. To improve absorption as much as possible, the drops should be left in the mouth. Infants and small children are given 3-5 drops each time, with water. Alternating prescription with other preparations is often indicated, e.g. Traumeel S, Euphorbium compositum-Nasal Spray S.