Thyreoidea compositum

Thyreoidea compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Glandula thyreoidea suis D8, Thymus suis D10, Corpus pineale suis D8, Splen suis D10, Medulla ossis suis D10, Funiculus umbilicalis suis D10, Hepar suis D10, Galium aparine D4, Sedum acre D6, Sempervivum tectorum D6, Conium maculatum D4, Spongia D8, Acidum sarcolacticum D3, Fucus vesiculosus D6, Calcium fluoratum D10, Colchicum autumnale D4, Viscum album D3, Cortisonum aceticum D28, Pulsatilla pratensis D8, Sulfur D10, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum D8,

Acidum fumaricum D8, Acidum DL-malicum D8, Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum D8, Adenosinum triphosphoricum D8 22 µl each.


Thyroid dysfunction; stimulation of the glandular functions, as well as of the defensive system and the functions of the connective tissues, particularly in precancerous  stages, carcinomas and sarcomas, hypernephroma, dystrophia musculorum progressiva, myxoedema, induratio penis plastica, adipositas, bronchial asthma, naevi, sclerodermitis, elephantiasis, osteochondrosis, arthrosis.


Pregnancy. The preparation includes several iodine-containing ingredients. In cases of thyroid disorder with reduced iodine tolerance use only on the advice of a physician.

Side effects:

Aggravation of existing hyperthyroidism. Intravenous administration may cause hypersensitivity reactions and sudden drop of blood pressure.

Interactions with other medication:

None known.


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

Glandula thyreoidea suis (thyroid gland)

Stimulating factor, struma parenchymatosa et colloides. Thymus suis (thymus gland)

Stimulating factor, disturbances of growth and development, neoplasm phases. Corpus pineale suis (epiphysis)

Stimulating factor, neoplasm phases. Splen suis (spleen)

Stimulating factor, especially of the defences against infection; anaemic conditions. Medulla ossis suis (bone marrow)

Stimulating factor, anaemic conditions, therapeutical damage, osteomalacia, osteomyelitis chronica, exostosis.

Funiculus umbilicalis suis (Wharton’s jelly [umbilical cord])

Stimulating factor, damage to the connective tissues, osteochondrosis, intervertebral neuralgia, cervical syndrome.

Hepar suis (liver)

Stimulating factor, stimulation of the detoxicating hepatic function. Galium aparine (goosegrass)

Precancerous and neoplasm phases, dysuria, nephrolithiasis, cystitis, dermatosis. Sedum acre (stonecrop)

Haemorrhoidal disorders, fissura ani. Sempervivum tectorum (houseleek)

Herpes, haemorrhoids, precancerous conditions. Conium maculatum (spotted hemlock)

Vertigo upon each change of position, strangury, debility, ascending paralysis, concretions and nodules hard as stone, neoplasm phases, remedy for senile conditions.

Spongia (roasted sea sponge)

Glandular swellings, struma colloides et parenchymatosa, palpitations. Acidum sarcolacticum (sarcolactic acid)

Acid-base regulation in the connective tissue. Fucus vesiculosus (bladder-wrack)

Scrofulous glandular swelling, struma, adiposis. Calcium fluoratum (calcium fluoride)

Caries of the bone, glandular swellings (of stony hardness).

Colchicum autumnale (meadow saffron)

Gastro-enteritis, muscular and articular rheumatism, pericarditis, endocarditis, adjuvant in neoplasm phases.

Viscum album (mistletoe)

Sudden attacks of vertigo; headaches, particularly frontal; constitutional hypertonia, pruritus sine materia, precancerous conditions and neoplasia.

Cortisonum aceticum (cortisone acetate)

Damage to the cortex of the suprarenal gland, pituitary gland and connective tissue. Pulsatilla pratensis (wind flower)

Migratory disorders, vertigo, neuralgic disorders, venous stasis, catarrh of the mucosa. Sulfur (sulphur)

Reagent in all chronic diseases, e.g. for irritating, weeping skin eruptions; malodorous sudoresis of the armpits, pruritus, hot

flushes, scrofulous glandular swellings; cellular activity is influenced catalytically. Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, weakness of the defensive mechanism.

Acidum fumaricum (fumaric acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, conditions of exhaustion. Acidum DL-malicum (malic acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, promotes detoxication. Acidum alpha-ketoglutaricum (a-ketoglutaric acid)

Active factor of the citric acid cycle and of redox systems, feeling of exhaustion. Adenosinum triphosphoricum (adenosine triphosphate)

Support of the energy-consuming systems.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Thyreoidea compositum, therapeutic possibilities result for the stimulation of the glandular functions as well as  of the defensive system and connective tissue function, including, in particular, in precancerous conditions, carcinomas and sarcomas, hypernephroma, progressive muscular dystrophy, myxoedema, induratio penis plastica, also as auxiliary remedy for adiposis, bronchial asthma, nevi, sclerodermia, ele-phantiasis, osteochondrosis, arthrosis.

Tumour formation is to be regarded as the end phase of all homotoxicoses, when the organism, as a result of the serious enzyme disturbances and mutagenic damage of the DNA in the affected tissues, can find no other solution but to condense the homotoxins in the neoplasm (in the “ash tray” principle). Possibly, especially in a  further attack by intermediary and exogenic homotoxins (including sutoxins), the organism can attempt to decompose the neoplasm by means of ulceration. A feasible method of curing cancer lies in the conversion of neoplasm phases in toto into reaction phases.

As the tests over many years with tissue extracts, catalysts, homoeopathic remedies of stimulative action and hormones applied in the reversal effect have shown, a lowering of the homotoxin level can be achieved for the organism by other means, i.e. not by destructive but through constructive, enzyme-regenerating therapy, so that the genetically established possibilities for the synthesis of reparative enzymes, especially in biological therapy (particularly with the Composita preparations) can produce their full effect, in this way really preparing and extending the possibilities of a biological cancer cure. In this connection, especially Thyreoidea compositum is a very important preparation which, in association with Hepar compositum, Coenzyme compositum, Ubichinon compositum and possibly also Glyoxal compositum, can lead to astonishing results (in addition to Galium-Heel, Psorinoheel N, Lymphomyosot, Traumeel S, etc.). In the treatment of neoplasm phases, the neoplasm should not be placed so much in the foreground as the causal toxin level and the damage to the defensive system

caused by homotoxins, including, in particular, to the cellular respiration and genetic material which, by means of stimulative catalysts, intermediary products and tissue preparations, as included in the various Composita preparations, may still be influenced therapeutically.

In the treatment, furthermore, not only the objective research findings and the most extensive laboratory findings are to be taken into consideration, but also the subjective symptoms of the patient are significant. As a result, often a conversion to regressive vicariation can be seen which, in the treatment of the cellular phases, is of such decisive significance.

Thyreoidea compositum, in addition to Galium-Heel, Psorinoheel, Lymphomyosot (administered orally as well as parenterally), and further in addition to Engystol N, Traumeel S, and in particular also in addition to Coenzyme compositum, Ubichinon compositum and Glyoxal compositum, because of its stimulative effect and intensity of action directed to the induction of blocked enzymes, is one of the most important preparations in the treatment of dedifferentiation phases.

In struma, in addition to Thyreoidea compositum, also Struma nodosa-Injeel or Struma cystica-Injeel is indicated.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: for hypofunction of the thyroid gland, as well as other glands with internal secretions, at first 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d., possibly i.v. 3 times weekly, otherwise 1 ampoule once to twice weekly, alternating with auxiliary remedies.