Be Well Repress: Homeopathic Oral Spray Richard Clement Nutrition and Be Well Homeopathics www.web-outpatients.com Company LOGO For Cold sores , Herpes and shingles
BE WELL REPRESS ORAL SPRAY For Cold sores , Herpes and shingles Dosage One spray under the tongue three times daily. Spray on the lesions once if needed, contains Alcohol may trigger a burning sensation avoid spraying in the eyes. Children under 6 use only under Medical supervision Ingredients Euphorbium 8X,16X,24X Antiviral Rhus toxicodendendron 8X,16X, 24X Herpetic eruptions Vincetoxicum 6X,14X Antiviral Natrum Muriaticum 8X,16X.24X Nettle rash. herpes Ranunculus 8X,16X,24X Shingles, vesicular eruptions Mezereum 8X,16X,24X Itching, burning, ulcers of the skin Apis Mellifica 8X,16X,24X Sensitive skin Croton tiglium 8X.16X,24X Itching, vesicles and pustules Petroleum 8X,16X,24X Herpes X = 1/10 homeopathic, Dilution, 2 X = 1/100, 4 X = 1/10000
EUPHORBIUM Forsch Komplementarmed Klass Naturheilkd. 2001 Aug;8(4):207-12. Antiviral action of Euphorbium compositum and its components. Glatthaar-Saalmüller B, Fallier-Becker P. Source Labor Dr. Glatthaar, Reutlingen. LaborDr.Glatthaar@t-online.de Abstract INTRODUCTION: Euphorbium compositum SN (Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH, Baden-Baden, Germany, a homeopathic combination preparation available in form of drops, nasal spray, and injection solution), is prescribed for inflammation of the mucosae of the nose and sinuses. Infections in these areas are primarily of viral origin although bacterial superinfections are also common. OBJECTIVE: The main question was whether or not this homeopathic remedy shows an activity against viruses responsible for infections of the respiratory tract. METHODS: This in vitro study using virus plaque reduction assays examined the effect of Euphorbium compositum SN against pathogens causing various viral infections: influenza A virus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), human rhinovirus (HRV) and herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). RESULTS: Analysis of virus production after treatment of the infected cells with the remedy showed an antiviral activity of Euphorbium compositum SN against RSV and HSV-1. In addition, an antiviral effect against influenza A virus and HRV, though minimal, was, also noted. Analyses of the plant-derived components of Euphorbium compositum SN, e.g. Euphorbium resinifera, Pulsatilla pratensis and Luffa operculata for their antiviral activity revealed a clear activity of Euphorbium resinifera and Pulsatilla pratensis against RSV. In contrast, no effect was detected using the same protocol with Luffa operculata. CONCLUSIONS: Euphorbium resinifera and Pulsatilla pratensis as components of Euphorbium compositum SN are responsible for its antiviral . activity X = 1/10 homeopathic, Dilution, 2 X = 1/100, 4 X = 1/10000
RHUS TOXICODENDRON Homeopathy. 2007 Apr;96(2):95-101. In vivo study of the anti-inflammatory effect of Rhus toxicodendron. dos Santos AL, Perazzo FF, Cardoso LG, Carvalho JC. Source Faculdade de Ciências da Saúde de São Paulo, R. Bartolomeu de Gusmão, São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. Abstract BACKGROUND: Homeopathic Rhus toxicodendron (Rhus tox) is used in various inflammatory conditions. We screened its effect compared to succussed ethanol controls and appropriate active controls. METHOD: We initially experimented with Rhus tox 6, 12, 30 and 200 cH, using carrageenan-induced paw oedema in rats. The 6 cH dilution appeared most effective and was used in subsequent assays. We used pre-treatment and single treatment regimes in Wistar rats, and mice. RESULTS: We found significant reductions compared to control in carrageenan-induced paw oedema, vascular permeability, writhing induced by intraperitoneal acetic acid and stress induced gastric lesions. CONCLUSIONS: Rhus tox in homeopathic dilution appears to interfere with inflammatory processes involving histamine, prostaglandins and other inflammatory mediators.
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