Thalamus compositum

Thalamus compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Thalamus opticus suis D8, Corpus pineale suis D8, Glandula suprarenalis suis D10, Viscum album D10, Adenosinum-3’,5’- monohydrogenphosphoricum D6 22 µl each.


Stimulation of the central regulatory functions in degenerative diseases and neoplasia.


In general, 1-3 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

Thalamus opticus suis (optic thalamus) Stimulation factor of the central control functions. Corpus pineale suis (epiphysis)

In neoplasm phases, antagonistic functions such as inhibition of growth, antitumorous activity.

Glandula suprarenalis suis (suprarenal gland) Conditions of exhaustion of the suprarenal glands. Viscum album (mistletoe)

Precancerous state and neoplasm.

Adenosinum-3’,5’-monohydrogenphosphoricum (cAMP) (cyclic adenosine monophosphate)

Stimulative reactivation in enzyme blockages, intracellular control factor.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Thalamus compositum, therapeutic possibilities result for auxiliary treatment for the stimulation of the central control functions in neoplasia and degeneration phases.

In neoplasia, with increasing gravity of the disease, atrophy of the suprarenal glands is found, as well as necrotic foci in the thalamus opticus, particularly in the region of the nucleus pallidus and corpus striatum (“Pallido-Striatum“), which lead to the assumption of defective central control. Now specific stimulative therapy can be applied effectively, similarly live-cell or frozen-cell therapy (Niehans, Winkler, Reckeweg, etc.), especially with natural thymus dilutions. Between the lenticular nucleus and the caudate part of the nucleus caudatus (caudate nucleus) the pars pallida and corpus striatum are situated in which, i.e. in the centre of the thalamic control, numerous basically vital functions (of the cybernetically controlled vegetative organization) of man, also display alteration in cancer. From these, possibly neural disturbances, provoked at a distance, of a regulatory nature or of signalling action, emanate (which, among other things, are responsible for what are known as pigmental spots in the iris, which can be observed after retoxication processes [retoxic impregnation]). While the hypophysis cerebri stimulates the growth processes (through the somatropic hormone) and is therefore contraindicated in neoplasia live-cell therapy, the corpus pineale possesses certain antagonistic functions such as growth inhibition, anti-tumour activity and an influence on asthma and phases to the right of the biological section.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d., possibly i.v., once to 3 times weekly, possibly in alternation with Pallido-Striatum D12. Pallido-Striatum: nucleus pallidus and corpus striatum (in the thalamus opticus) appear, when diseased to be the loci of the central pathological defective control of the incidence of cancer.