Drops _ Tablets _ Injection solution Composition:

Drops: 100 g cont.: Anamirta cocculus D4 70 g; Conium maculatum D3, Ambra grisea D6, Petroleum rectificatum D8 10 g each. Contains 35 vol.-% alcohol.

Tablets: 1 tablet cont.: Anamirta cocculus D4 210 mg; Conium maculatum D3, Ambra grisea D6, Petroleum rectificatum D8 30 mg each.

Injection solution: 1.1 ml cont.: Anamirta cocculus D3 7.7µl; Conium maculatum D2, Ambra grisea D5, Petroleum rectificatum D7 1.1 µl each.


Dizziness of various origins (particularly arising from arteriosclerosis).


None known.

Side effects:

None known.

Interactions with other medication:

None known.

Special note:

Vertigoheel is not incompatible with alcohol and has no sedative properties (does not influence safety in traffic, etc.).


Drops, Tablets: In general, 15-20 drops or 3 tablets to be dissolved under the tongue 3 times daily; in sporadic dizziness and nausea initially 10 drops or 1 tablet every 15 minutes.

Injection solution: In sporadic dizziness and nausea daily, otherwise 3-1 times weekly 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d., i.v.

Package sizes:

Drops: Drop bottles containing 30 and 100 ml. Tablets: Packs containing 50 and 250 tablets.

Injection solution: Packs containing 5, 10, 50 and 100 ampoules of 1.1 ml.

Pharmacological and clinical notes

Anamirta cocculus (Indian berries)

Kinetosis, a feeling of emptiness and hollowness, great exhaustion and general weakness.

Conium maculatum (spotted hemlock)

Dizziness upon each change of position, tremulous weakness, speech disorders, ascending paralysis, arteriosclerosis.

Ambra grisea (amber)

Hyperexcitability, nervous pertussis, vertigo, lack of concentration and poor memory. Petroleum rectificatum (rock oil)

Nausea and dizziness (kinetosis), tinnitus aurium.

The preparations contained in Vertigoheel of Conium maculatum, Anamirta cocculus, Ambra grisea and Petroleum correspond to a combination of medicaments, which displays a potentiated action in accordance with Bürgi’s principle and which is based on a reversal effect in the sense of the Arndt-Schulz rule.

Apart from oligodynamic trace elements such as sulphates, malates, acetates, chlorides, nitrates and phosphates of calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron and manganese, which are identified in the conium extract, the principal pharmacological

effect is to be attributed to the first synthetically produced alkaloid (Ladenburg, 1888) coniine, a propyl piperidine with the empirical formula C8H17N. The picrotoxin contained in Anamirta cocculus is a stimulant of all efferent centres of the central nervous system. It acts on the cerebrum, the medulla oblongata and the spinal cord. It also influences the adrenalin secretion and activates the conium effect considerably.

The aromatic compounds and the cholesterin-like ambrein contained in the amber, as well as the active hydrocarbons in the petroleum (nausea and dizziness when travelling) intensify the total action in a reciprocally potentiating sense.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Vertigoheel, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of vertigo of various origins, Menière’s syndrome (giddiness, nausea, tinnitus), dizziness through nervous factors or through arteriosclerotic changes with or without arterial hypertension, dizziness originating from the labyrinth, commotio cerebri acuta and post-concussion disorders.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the symptoms and the stage of the illness: for attacks of dizziness, massive initial-dose therapy, 1 tablet or 10 drops every 15 minutes. For the continuous treatment, 3 tablets or 10-20 drops 3 times daily. For attacks of dizziness and nausea, 1 ampoule, otherwise 1-3 times weekly 1 ampoule i.m., s.c., i.d.., i.v. For commotio cerebri: mixed injection with Traumeel S.