Ubichinon compositum

Ubichinon compositum

Injection solution Composition:

Injection solution: 2.2 ml cont.: Ubichinonum D10, Acidum ascorbicum D6; Thiaminum hydrochloricum D6, Natrium ribroflavinum phosphoricum D6, Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum D6; Nicotinamidum D6, Vaccininum myrtillus D4, Colchicum autumnale D4, Podophyllum peltatum D4, Conium maculatum D4, Hydrastis canadensis D4, Galium aparine D6, Acidum sarcolacticum D6, HydrochinonumD8, Acidum alpha- liponicum D8, Sulfur D8, Manganum phosphoricum D8, Natrium diethyloxalaceticum

D8, Trichinoylum D10, Anthrachinonum D10, Napthochinonum D10, para- Benzochinonum D10, Adenosinum triphosphoricum D10, Coenzymum A D10, Acidum acetylosalicylicum D10, Histaminum D10, Nadidum D10, Magnesium gluconicum D10 22 ┬Ál each.

Indications:

Stimulation of the defensive mechanisms against toxins in order to reactivate the blocked enzymatic systems in defective enzymatic functions and degenerative diseases (cellular phases).

Contraindications:

Pregnancy and lactation.

Side effects:

None known.

Interactions with other medication:

None known.

Dosage:

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

Acidum ascorbicum (Vitamin C)

Co-factor for enzyme functions (redox systems). Thiaminum hydrochloricum (Vitamin B1)

Co-factor for enzyme functions (oxydative decarboxylation). Natrium ribroflavinum phosphoricum (Vitamin B2)

Co-factor for enzyme functions (flavoproteid and redox systems). Pyridoxinum hydrochloricum (Vitamin B6)

Co-factor for enzyme functions (transaminases, dehydratases, desulphhydrases, decarboxylases.

Nicotinamidum (nicotinamide)

Co-factor for enzyme functions (dehydratases). Vaccininum myrtillus (bilberry)

Catarrhal diseases, enteritis, cystitis, dysthyreosis. CoIchicum (meadow saffron)

Gastro-enteritis,    muscular    and                              articular                              rheumatism,                              pericarditis,                              endocarditis, scarlatinal nephritis; as adjuvant in neoplasm phases.

Podophyllum peltatum (may-apple)

Pancreopathy with spurting, painless diarrhoea; cholecystopathy, colitis, haemorrhoids, adjuvant in neoplasm phases, acticarcinomatous action.

Conium maculatum (spotted hemlock)

Glandular swellings, as in scrofulous and cancerous conditions; sclerosis and nodules hard as stone(!).

Hydrastis canadensis (golden seal)

Remedy for affections of the mucosa: thick, viscid, ropy, yellowish-white secretions from all mucous membranes; raises the tonicity in cachectic and marasmic conditions. Galium aparine (goosegrass)

Precancerous conditions and neoplasm phases. Acidum sarcolacticum (sarcolactic acid)

Acid-base regulation in the connective tissue. Hydrochinonum (hydroquinone)

Antiseptic and antipyretic action. Acidum alpha-liponicum (thioctic acid)

Coenzyme in the decomposition of pyruvic acid. Sulfur (sulphur)

Reagent in all chronic diseases; cellular activity is influenced catalytically. Manganum phosphoricum (manganese phosphate)

Conditions of exhaustion with anaemia; trace element action especially in enzyme functions of the citric acid cycle.

Natrium diethyloxalaceticum (sodium oxalacetate)

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

Trichinoylum (triquinoyl octahydrate)

Regeneration of blocked respiratory enzymes, promotes detoxication. Anthrachinonum (anthraquinone)

Active    factor    in    energy              metabolism;               promotes              detoxication;              gastro-intestinal disturbances.

Naphthochinonum (naphthoquinone)

Active factor in energy metabolism; promotes detoxication; after radiotherapy. para-Benzochinonum (para-benzoquinone)

Active factor in energy metabolism; promotes detoxication; dermatosis. Ubichinonum (coenzyme Q)

Active factor of the intermediary metabolism; promotes detoxication; strengthens the defensive mechanism.

Adenosinum triphosphoricum (adenosine triphosphate) Support of the energy-consuming systems.

Coenzymum A (coenzyme A) Coenzyme for transacetylation.

Acidum acetylosalicylicum (acetylsalicylic acid)

Retoxic damage, damage to connective tissue, nephrosis, myocarditis, somnipathy. Histaminum (histamine)

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

Nadidum (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide)

Biocatalyst, stimulation of the end oxidation in the respiratory chain. Magnesium gluconicum (magnesium gluconate)

Trace element action, especially in enzyme functions of the citric acid cycle.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Ubichinon compositum, therapeutical possibilities result for the stimulation of the defensive mechanisms against toxins in order to reactivate blocked enzyme systems, in the case of defective enzyme functions and in degenerative diseases (cellular phases).

While in allopathic therapy, in the cellular phases located to the right of the biological section, i.e. degenerative diseases, cancer formation and other phases corresponding, in general, to what is known as chronic marasmus, all attempts by the organism to rectify these phases (appearing as illnesses or regressive vicariation) are treated with massive suppressive measures, whereby the enzyme damage present in the phases  to the right of the biological section are intensified considerably and possibly made quite irreparable, the biological physician proceeds according to a totally different therapeutical principle, i.e. by stimulating blocked enzyme systems with catalysts, and depolimerization of the neoplasm phase formation characterized by condensation or polymerization (according to Professor W.F. Koch), when various quinones and activation factors of enzyme functions, in appropriate, finely graduated blends, in addition to homoeopathic remedies of antineoplasmatic action, in suitable dosage (such as Colchicum autumnale, Podophyllum peltatum, Conium maculatum,

Hydrastis canadensis, Galium aparine) are utilized. In particular, in this connection, the coenzyme factors (Coenzyme A, Adenosinum triphosphoricum, Nadidum, Acidum alpha-liponicum) are important, as well as the trace elements, without which the functioning of the special enzyme systems of the citric acid cycle is not possible (Manganum, Magnesium).

Also in this connection, the vitamins have an important function to fulfil, less in the form of vitamin substitution than (in comparatively low concentration) as acting as guide rail in the direction of the enzyme system to be induced. This guide rail principle is also

known to have proved satisfactory with the suis-organ preparations. Here one can also speak of certain key functions, in which a suitable key is necessary for specific enzymes, in order for the preparation to achieve its total action and, above all, to gain access to the precursors in enzyme synthesis. This offers theoretical possibilities that the attack by reparatory enzymes takes place, through which much damage (in the form of therapeutical damage) of the gene apparatus (possibly even in the form of carcinogenesis basically with causal mutation) can be eliminated. Frequently in such cases merely the smallest molecular units in the form of co-repressors or inductors are lacking, in order to reveal the effects of the reparatory enzymes as regeneration.

The action of Ubichinon compositum therapy is often shown as a beneficial post injection fatigue, in the same way as with Coenzyme compositum, possibly also with Thyreoidea compositum and Hepar compositum, so that the patient is not denied repose, similar to sleep induced for therapeutical purposes, in order to allow the possibilities of far-reaching restorative processes in the enzyme functions and systems to take effect.

Ubichinon compositum represents a preparation by means of which progressive vicariation in the area of cellular phases, and finally damage leading to neoplasm phases can be cancelled out, and meanwhile occasional alternating injections of suitable preparations such as Coenzyme compositum, Glyoxal compositum (rarely or only once), Galium-Heel, Engystol N, Traumeel S, Hepar compositum, Thyreoidea compositum, etc., due to the various points of attack, facilitate a broad final effect.

Ubichinon compositum increaseses sensitization to X-rays, etc. (2 hrs. in advance  i.m.) and have a favourable action in extreme homotoxin levels, including, for example, for influenza, abscesses, catarrh (aphonia etc.) and similar affections. Ubichinon compositum is administered then, possibly in combination with Echinacea compositum (forte) S, for neoplasia with Viscum compositum (medium, forte).

Still to be mentioned is the fact that the preparations with a Vitamin B1 content (Coenzyme compositum, Ubichinon compositum and Discus compositum) should be injected intravenously only slowly and carefully, as many patients with therapeutical damage (phases 4 to 6) show hypersensitivity towards Vitamin B1, although at the concentrations used here, such incidents, in general, are not to be expected, since the vitamins merely act as guide rails and do not form a massive substitution therapy.

The dosage is adapted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness: 1 ampoule once to three times weekly i.m., s.c., i.d.. Only after any possible reactions or disorders appearing have subsided, should the injection be repeated. At intervals, as required, injections of other suitable preparations (Coenzyme  compositum, Glyoxal compositum, Galium-Heel, Engystol N, Traumeel S, etc.). With this preparation, which contains vitamins, a fleeting, burning pain may occur upon i.d. and s.c. injections.