Ovarium compositum

Ovarium compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Ovarium suis D8, Placenta suis D10, Uterus suis D10, Salpinx suis D10, Hypophysis suis D13, Cypripedium calceolus var. pubescens D6, Lilium tigrinum D4, Pulsatilla pratensis D18, Aquilegia vulgaris D4, Sepia officinalis D10, Lachesis mutus D10, Apisinum D8, Kreosotum D8, Bovista D6, Ipecacuanha D6, Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni D10, Hydrastis canadensis D4, Acidum cis-aconiticum D10, Magnesium phosphoricum D10 22 µl each.


Stimulation of the glandular and defensive functions, as well as those of the connective tissue, in dysmenorrhoea, endometritis, metritis, parametritis, enuresis (in young girls), in the climacteric, hyperemesis, insufficiency of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland  in females, craurosis vulvae, mastodynia, osteomalacia, menorrhagia, as well as in various disturbances of metabolism, including those arising in geriatrics.


None known.

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 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

Ovarium suis (ovary)

Disturbances of the ovarian function, e.g. dysmenorrhoea, metrorrhagia, climacteric disorders.

Placenta suis (placenta)

Dysmenorrhoea, peripheral circulatory disturbances. Uterus suis (uterus)


Salpinx suis (fallopian tube)

Dysmenorrhoea, sterility through inflammatory diseases of the salpinx uteri. Hypophysis suis (pituitary gland)

Disturbances of the endocrine glands, disturbances of the ovarian function. Cypripedium calceolus var. pubescens (lady’s slipper)

Conditions of nervous irritation, insomnia with restlessness and twitching of the body. Lilium tigrinum (tiger lily)

Uterus descensus, dysmenorrhoea, nervous cardiac disturbances with anxiety, fluor albus.

Pulsatilla pratensis (wind flower)

Migrating disorders (worse before menses), delayed menses, dysmenorrhoea, remedy for affections of the mucosa, venous stasis.

Aquilegia vulgaris (columbine)

Disturbances of the menses, climacteric disorders.

Sepia officinalis (cuttlefish)

Climacteric disorders, nervous exhaustion, depression, chronic inflammation of the uterus and adnexa.

Lachesis mutus (bushmaster)

Climacteric disorders (hot flushes), dysmenorrhoea. Apisinum (bee venom)

Oedema, ovarian cysts, dysmenorrhoea, ovarialgia, metrorrhagia. Kreosotum (beech tar creosote)

Catarrh of the mucosa with acrid secretions, e.g. fluor albus, pruritus vulvae, menorrhagia, metrorrhagia, hyperemesis.

Bovista (bovista)

Menorrhagia, dysmenorrhoea, venous haemorrhages. Ipecacuanha (ipecacuanha)

Uterine haemorrhages, in gushes; hyperemesis.

Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni (mixture containing essentially mercuroamidonitrate) Suppurations, acute and chronic inflammation of the lymphatic system, chronic affections of the connective tissue.

Hydrastis canadensis (golden seal)

Remedy for affections of the mucosa: thick, ropy, yellowish-white secretions, menorrhagia, viscid, metrorrhagia, myomatous haemorrhages.

Acidum cis-aconiticum (aconitic acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems. Magnesium phosphoricum (magnesium phosphate) Dysmenorrhoea, tendency towards cramps, neuralgia.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Ovarium compositum, therapeutical possibilities result for the stimulation of the glandular, connective tissue and defensive functions in dysmenorrhoea, para-, myo-, endometritis, enuresis (young girls), in the climacteric, dystrophia musculorum progressiva in young girls, hyperemesis, insufficiency of the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland (Cushing) in females, Kraurosis vulvae, mastodynia, osteomalacia, menorrhagia, as well as for various metabolic disturbances, including geriatric.

The combination of organ extracts with homoeopathic remedies and catalysts which act effectively on the enzymes, or the trace element magnesium have the objective of eliminating hormonal dysfunctions as well as functional disturbances in the region of the female reproductive organs, as well as eliminating inflammatory conditions of irritation of the ovaries and uterus; it is also effective for a tendency towards haemorrhages and in cases of fluor albus, when it is recommended to administer also other antihomotoxic and biotherapeutic agents such as Metro-Adnex-Injeel as intermediate injections; in possible earlier therapeutical damage (retoxic therapy of fluor albus) also Coenzyme compositum ampoules, Ubichinon compositum ampoules and possibly Glyoxal compositum; if the inflammatory foci should flare up again (regressive vicariation), also Traumeel S; in vague feverish conditions to purify the homotoxic situation also Engystol N, in highly feverish phases with a septic tendency also Echinacea compositum S, orally Arnica-Heel, Traumeel S, Mercurius-Heel S, Gynäcoheel, Hormeel S and Lamioflur. For frigidity and symptoms of mental stress Cerebrum compositum is indicated in addition as intermediate injection, possibly also Neuro-Injeel ampoules to stimulate the glandular functions, possibly also Cutis compositum, especially when symptoms appear on the skin. In the climacteric, the preparation Klimakt-Heel should also be administered orally. If  there is any suspicion of precancerous state, Thyreoidea compositum and

Glyoxal compositum are indicated in addition (possibly only a single injection of the latter).

Particularly favourable therapeutical results can be achieved when corresponding nosodes are administered as alternating remedy in hormonal dysregulation, e.g. Mastopathia cystica-Nosode-Injeel in the disease of that name, Cystopyelonephritis-

Nosode-Injeel for affections of the kidneys and bladder, but also in combination with suis-organ preparations related to these organs, such as Uterus suis-Injeel, Salpinx uteri suis-Injeel, etc.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: in acute disorders and at the start of the therapy, 1 ampoule daily,  otherwise 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., possibly i.v. once to 3 times weekly, alternating with auxiliary remedies.