Tablets Composition:

tablet cont.: Asa foetida D4, Ignatia D4, Paris quadrifolia D4, Thuja occidentalis D6 30 mg each; Pulsatilla pratensis D4, Lachesis mutus D8, Moschus moschiferus D6, Glonoinum D6 45 mg each.


Vegetative dystonia; globus hystericus.


In general, 1 tablet to be dissolved under the tongue 3 times daily.

Package sizes:

Packs containing 50 and 250 tablets.

Pharmacological and clinical notes

Asa foetida (asafetida)

Globus hystericus, meteorism and flatulent colic, ostealgia. Ignatia (St. Ignatius’ bean)

Vegetative dystonia, globus hystericus; long, deep, sighing respirations, inability to breathe normally, lability of mood, querulousness, migraine.

Paris quadrifolia (herb Paris)

Headache, globus hystericus, laryngitis, painless hoarseness. Thuja occidentalis (Arbor vitae)

Constitutional remedy, especially in diseases with a tendency towards proliferative processes, difficulty in finding words, and other speech disorders, haemicrania, particularly in the left frontal eminence, malodorous perspiration.

Pulsatilla pratensis (wind flower)

Migrating disorders (worse before menses), dysmenorrhoea, remedy for affections of the mucous membranes, venous stasis, conjunctivitis; anxious, depressed female patients.

Lachesis mutus (bushmaster)

Sensation of globus, inattention to worsening condition, disorders worse in warmth from the sun, hot flushes with a sensation that clothing is too tight, garrulity, mistrust, the patient believes that he or she is being poisoned.

Moschus moschiferus (musk, glandular secretion of the male musk deer) Laryngospasms, hysteria, nervous hyperactivity with tremors.

Glonoinum (nitroglycerine)

Palpitations extending to the neck, pulsations through the whole body, angina pectoris.

Based on the individual homoeopathic constituents of Ypsiloheel, therapeutical possibilities result for the treatment of globus hystericus and other impregnation  phases localized at the neck. Ypsiloheel is indicated for all manifestations of vegetative dystonia, particularly in rapidly changing disorders of the most varied nature and for irrational symptoms, e.g. a feeling of foetal movements when there is no pregnancy. Ypsiloheel is also effective for migraine, ostealgia and coronary disorders of the circulation, as well as in duodenal ulcers and parapyloric syndrome with pyrosis (auxiliary remedies are Duodenoheel, Gastricumeel, possibly Anacardium-Homaccord, Nux vomica-Homaccord, Chelidonium-Homaccord, etc.).

Also for chronic laryngitis and hoarseness, for struma parenchymatosa et colloides (Strumeel forte), for osteochondrosis of the cervical vertebrae with reflex symptoms of rachialgia (also globus hystericus is often caused by spondylolisthesis in the cervical region).

In case vicarious headache occurs, in addition Gelsemium-Homaccord  and/or Spigelon as auxiliary remedy; for dizziness: Vertigoheel. For long-term treatment in addition Ignatia-Homaccord is well suited. Also for climacteric neurosis, especially when cardiac symptoms are also present (palpitations extending to the neck) as well  as mental alterations, Ypsiloheel (in addition to Klimakt-Heel, Nervoheel, Neuro-Injeel ampoules, Metro-Adnex-Injeel, Ovarium suis-Injeel, etc.) is indicated.

The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the symptoms and the state of the illness: 1 tablet dissolved on the tongue 3-4 times daily; for acute disorders, massive initial-dose therapy: 1 tablet every 15 minutes, alternating with auxiliary remedies.