Rheuma Koll is a syrup effective for chronic joint pain, body aches, Arthritis Osteoarthritis, Spondylitis, acute articular and periaticular disorders, lumbago gout and painful musculoskeletal conditions.
INDICATIONS - Affections of the ovaries, right side, inflammation of the ovaries (right side), adnexitis, salpingitis, parametritis. Cysts and benign tumours of the ovaries, oedema of the larynx, after-effects of stynx and for a beginning of inflammation of the appendix.
INDICATIONS - Perturbations in calcareous tissues and the growths of bones, pathological characteristics in the osseous system; exostosis, periostitis, fragility of the bones, osteomalacia, rickets, coxitis and arthritis, as well as nucleus pulposus (complementary).
INDICATIONS - For withdrawal of smokers, smokers hangover, headache caused by smoking too much and thus arisen vasoconstriction, nausea, pain in the stomach, constipation, arrhythmic palpitation (beating of the heart), liver complaints, tympanitis. Disturbances of the function of the connective tissues. Disturbances of the endocrinum, vascular disturbances, smoker's leg.
INDICATIONS - Impurities of the blood, unclean skin (e.g. pimples), swelling of Iymph glands, blood purifying remedy. General improvement of the humoral composition i. e. of the blood and other vital fluids needed in all circumstances of illness and more so in protracted illnesses. Scrofulosis.
INDICATIONS - Herpes zoster. Varioform conditions. Rhus toxicodendron: Intensely itching vesicles and bullae on the skin. Skin is red and painful. Numerous vesicles on the skin showing a reddish base, itching, burning and stitching.
INDICATIONS Renal calculi, sharp pains in the kidneys, pains across the small of the back, prickings, reddish and glairy urine with epithelial cells and amor- phous waste matter. Oxalic acid in the urine, gravel.
INDICATIONS - Injuries of all types, fracture, luxation, sprain, concussion of brain, wounds caused by fire-arms or sharp weapons, involving bleeding. May be used as a complementary remedy in feverish infections, sepsis, and in general on account of its stimulating effect on the defensive energy of the organism.